MySweetWishList: Gateway To Opportunity Luncheon

According to Gateway To Opportunity Luncheon Co-Chairs Gina Betts and Lisa Cooley, “Sadly, in our community, more than 3,600 families with children seek our help annually because of a housing crisis. Unfortunately the number of children and families that are homeless or on the edge of homelessness is growing at a record pace.  With only 110 emergency … [Read more...]

MySweetWishList: After-School All-Stars

According to After-School All-Stars Advocate Gina Betts, “After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is the largest national organization, with a strong local presence, that specifically focuses on serving middle school age students. Studies show that 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. is the prime time when unsupervised students are most likely to become involved with gangs, crime, drugs and … [Read more...]

MySweetCharity Opportunity: After-School All-Stars

According to After-School All-Stars North Texas Emeritus Member Gina Betts, As our name recognition grows in North Texas, we are eager to demonstrate the need for the programming that After-School All-Stars provides. Our students do not have to pay to be members of ASAS nor are they charged annually dues to fees to receive programming and services. Our programs only take … [Read more...]

Dallas Cowboys Dak Prescott And Joanna Hernandez Demonstrated The Importance Of After-School All-Stars For Middle Schoolers

Settle back: This post is a long one, but it's worth it. If Dante Alighieri was updating his "Purgatorio," he surely would have added Middle School to his Divine Comedy. Even the most blemish-free runway model recoils when recalling those days between elementary and high school. Teachers serving time in classrooms during this tenure should receive combat pay. Kids on their … [Read more...]

MySweetCharity Photo Gallery Alert: After-School All-Stars North Texas’ Rising Stars Luncheon

It was only After-School All-Stars North Texas’ second Rising Stars Luncheon. And like some newbies on the fundraising scene, it can be tough to draw a crowd or get the organization’s message across. But ASAS Advisory Board Chair Ben Lange drafted Gina Betts, whose reputation in local nonprofit circles is daunting. And she proved that her rep is well deserved on Wednesday, May … [Read more...]