Dallas Doing Good Editorial Team
As a whole, 2020 has been less than kind to our world. But we have made it our mission to follow the sage advice of Mr. Rogers, and look for the helpers in times of crisis. In a year marked by suffering, the bright lights of those who serve and create shone even brighter, and it was our joy to share their stories. Here are our top ten stories of the year, and we they will inspire you to not only look for the helpers, but become one.
Lady Jade on Mental Health and Supporting Teens Through Transition
Brothers Empowering Food Deserts Communities with Above-Ground Gardens
Jason Hernandez: A Mindful Journey From Life Sentence to Community Impact
Jamila Thomas: The Impact of History, Education, and Mentoring
Anjulie Ponce: Mentoring for College, Career, and Community Readiness
Eric Hale and Jordan Dontos: Creating a Legacy of Champion Educators
Angela Enciso: Aprendiendo de las Fortalezas de su Comunidad
Brian Cuban: Raising the Bar on Eating Disorder and Substance Abuse Awareness
Mission Oak Cliff Remains a Pillar of the Community During COVID-19
Nakia Douglas: Changing the Face of Success
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