- Meet American Idol – Ron Bultongez, Former City House resident, reaches for the stars!
- ‘A blessing from God’: Streetside Showers brings a splash of hope to Collin County’s homeless
- Teen Homeless Increases in Collin County
- Child Trafficking. Right Here. Right Now!
- Teen Suicide. Tough Subject Matter.
- City House Annual Gala
- Bright Lights, Shining Stars Gala – Coming this Sept. 10!
- Collin Classic Bike Rally – June 11
- City House Success Story: Goddi
- Frisco Middle Schools Raise More Than $32k For City House
Author Archives: Chey Reynolds
Tori is a senior at Plano East High School. Active in many outside causes and efforts, she has always wanted to put together an event to help City House. It’s a passion and desire shared by several of her friends. … Continue reading
Please join us on May 5 for the Cinco de Mayo Golf Classic, presented by Preferred Imaging. This fantastic event will take place at the Golf Club at Twin Creeks in Allen, Tex. Our celebrity host is former Dallas Stars … Continue reading
Gift Cards Help Us in So Many Ways City House literally can not receive too many gift cards. We use them for so many things, year-round. And no amount is too small or too big. It all adds up and we put them … Continue reading
Every Tuesday morning, the pre-school-aged kids at My Friend’s House get a welcome visitor who always beings a smile with her, creating more on the faces of these young children who are sponges in this world, ready to learn. Gail … Continue reading
City House is proud and excited to once again be a beneficiary of Lifepoint Church’s Outrun Homelessness 5K & Fun Run, held on Saturday, April 16 in Plano! Related posts: LifePoint Church 5K & Fun Run Ending Youth Homelessness – … Continue reading
Shelly is a 17-year-old student at Plano East Senior High (PESH), and a member of the school’s HOSA chapter – a powerful curricular program of student-led activities designed to develop future leaders for the health care system. Right before the … Continue reading
Tia was a city girl, born and raised in New York City. She didn’t get along with mom and her situation basically was going to end up with either Tia running away or getting kicked out. So she took her … Continue reading
Every time the calendar turns to the last few months of the year, all of us here at City House are blown away at the generosity of our corporate partners and friends in the community, volunteering of their time and resources … Continue reading
Growing up in Murphy, Lexii didn’t have a good relationship going with her mom. Her parents were in a custody battle and constantly going at it. Lexii already had a falling out with her dad. So she decided to leave … Continue reading