The Boys Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County Curbside Meal Distribution

As a small family-owned business in Tarrant County, Medford Design-Build takes great pride in our local community. Particularly in uncertain times such as this, it is encouraging to be able to lean on one another and find strength among our neighbors and friends. One of the biggest struggles for many families during this shelter-in-place order is the inability to work, resulting in a lack of funds for essential items, such as food. Luckily, there are a lot of organizations that are currently working within different communities to assist those in need. Read more

Hearts on the Trinity: Bites, Beverages & Good Causes

One of our goals at Medford Remodeling is to support our local community. Each month, one of our blog posts features a community event benefiting a good cause in DFW.
 
If you’re looking for a fun way to get involved in the community, there’s a great event coming up in November to help support volunteerism!

The VolunteerNow Young Leaders Council invites you to support volunteerism in our community over bites, beverages, the sounds of jazz and good causes. Hearts on the Trinity celebrates a fun night of giving back – where foodies meet philanthropy and our participating chefs, breweries and wineries sample their signature dishes! All proceeds benefit VolunteerNow and help expand volunteerism in North Texas. Read more

TRWD’s Annual Fall Trash Bash is Celebrating 25 Years!

Can you believe it’s already time for the TRWD’s Fall Trash Bash again?! This year is extra special, as the Tarrant Regional Water District is celebrating its 25th year hosting this event. Imagine the thousands of pounds of trash that has been removed from our beloved Trinity River over the last 25 years thanks to this great organization!
 
This year’s Bash is taking place on Saturday, September 17, from 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM. Pick a location and bring a group, a friend, or just yourself, to help clean up trash and debris along the Trinity River in Fort Worth. Read more