“A Place for Us All”, a feature story, highlighted Heart House’s services and holistic programming for refugee children as a model for communities like Frisco which in recent years has experienced a tremendous boom in cultural diversity. Read the full article here.
Heart House Dallas is a big winner already this year with oodles of awards and a new board president. Download the press release to read more.
In December, FC Dallas’ Jesus Ferreira and Brandon Servania represented the FC Dallas Foundation and partnered with Southern New Hampshire University to unveil the renovated Parent Resource Center and children’s libraries at Heart House. Watch the video here.
Heart House congratulates Austin Bridge & Road for being a finalist of the 2018 Night of Light Awards in the Partner of the Year Category. The award recognizes exemplary strategic partnerships that have demonstrated significant change or created positive outcomes through such collaborative efforts […]
Heart House is a proud recipient of a $50,000 grant from The Meadows Foundation’s recent funding cycle. This new funding adds The Meadows Foundation to the list of pre-imminent funders and philanthropic supporters for Heart House. Since 2000, Heart House has collaborated with area […]
This article was originally written by Saad Yousuf and published at TheAthletic.com who has graciously given us permission to republish for you. For FC Dallas, Victor Ulloa is a reliable presence and the pioneer of homegrown success. For the kids in Vickery Meadow, he’s […]
“Refugee children are the most vulnerable in the world, often living in environments where they dodge bombs and land mines, and are susceptible to rape, hunger and death. As politicians in Washington haggle over the future of our immigration policies, there is one group of immigrants that […]
The proceeds from the event benefit Heart House Dallas, which is a nonprofit in Vickery Meadows. They work with the refugee kids on transition and intervention. They have afterschool programs where they work on homework. They will intervene on behalf of the students with […]
The million questions in my mind of where we could go, what I would pack, how I would keep my child feeling safe are the same ones mothers of Heart House children had as they were unexpectedly forced to leave the lives they had […]
Lenita explains that refugee kids have unique needs. “They have dealt with the trauma of leaving their home countries. We do a disservice to the kids if we put them into school and situations and just expect them to assimilate. We need to create programs […]