Park Cities People – Lorelai Day – Sept. 5, 2017 In Dallas, fashion and philanthropy often go hand in hand. Every autumn, 10 of the city’s most stylish and charitable women are spotlighted at the Crystal Charity Ball’s Ten Best Dressed
The Dallas Morning News – Holly Haber – Aug. 22, 2017 Former first lady Laura Bush will give the keynote address at the annual Gateway to Opportunity luncheon Sept. 7 at the Omni Dallas Hotel. Paula Miltenberger and Betty Schultz are chairs of the benefit for
Aug. 17, 2017 – WFAA’s Demond Fernandez did a story on our partnership with AT&T and their efforts to send our kids back to school with brand new backpacks and supplies. Click here to view the story.
MySweetCharity – AUG 8, 2017 2:30 PM BY JEANNE PREJEAN Talk about variety! That’s exactly what the Gateway to Opportunity raffle line up offers to benefit Family Gateway. There are just five items, but run the gamut from sports to self-indulgence. Here is the lineup: Start off
MySweetCharity Opportunity: Gateway To Opportunity Luncheon AUG 2, 2017 9:30 AM BY JEANNE PREJEAN LEAVE A COMMENT According to Gateway To Opportunity Luncheon Co-Chairs Paula Miltenberger and Betty Schultz, Here is your opportunity to help Family Gateway provide stability and life-changing supportive services to children and families affected by homelessness.
Fox 4 – Clarice Tinsley – June 19, 2017 When Michelle Chase had small children, she took them to lots of activities to help with their development. One day she thought, “instead of all of these activities, I need to show
Thanks to the Dallas Morning News Charities, the following quarter-page ad will be run in the Arts & Life section of the Dallas Morning News throughout the summer.
MAR 9, 2017 1:30 pm by Jeanne Prejean This year’s Family Gateway’s Gateway To Opportunity Luncheon on Thursday, September 7, at the Omni Dallas is simply brimming with all types of mother-daughter relationships. To begin with, the organization was founded by
Nanette Light – Feb. 3 – This year’s Dallas Morning News Charities campaign raised more than $1.2 million from nearly 1,600 donors to aid North Texans who are hungry, homeless and unemployed. The annual drive, which began in November at
Feb. 2, 2017 – Stephanie Kuo – In January, the Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance led its annual homeless count. The final numbers aren’t in, but advocates say they expect the numbers should be similar to last year’s – including the fact that