The latest issue of Texas Monthly features more than the usual number of Texans committing creative acts of altruism.
Adeeb Barqawi founded the nonprofit ProUnitas, which helps connect social, health, and education services with the students who need them most.
With governments increasingly incapable of addressing everything from homelessness to veterans’ needs, ordinary Texans are stepping into the breach.
The Other Ones Foundation, led by Chris Baker, transformed a state-run encampment site for Austinites experiencing homelessness into a welcoming refuge.
San Antonio’s Leon and Leticia McNeil have introduced generations of Black and Latino youth to the outdoors through their nonprofit, City Kids Adventures.
Lone Star State residents found ways big and small to lend each other a helping hand.
Whether helping prevent military suicides or reversing a childcare desert, these Texans are finding creative solutions to big problems.
Teaching kids how to play soccer made me a better person. So why don’t more Texans volunteer?
Growing Urban Farmers teaches veterans how to use their skills to make a living from working the soil, improving their mental health along the way.