- 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
- Bowling for Dollars
- Cinco de Mayo Golf Classic
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Goddi never knew his dad growing up. He and his mom lived in several different states before settling in North Texas. “It was rough; I remember there was always a lot of stress in our house,” Goddi said. “My mom … 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
Helping Spread the Love to our Kids at City House is Easy During the Holidays The holidays are here, and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of the very generous donors who like to make it even … Continue reading
Treonta’ is an aspiring actress. Her passions these days include hair modeling and shooting commercials with a goal of getting into film. It wasn’t always this way. “I had a rough childhood. I wanted to grow up faster than I … Continue reading
We Help Families Find Answers When They do not Know Where to Turn City House was founded in 1988 with the purpose of helping kids who had nowhere else to go. They were homeless. It is still a cornerstone of … Continue reading
City House is an official “Safe Place” organization, working in conjunction with local QuikTrip (QT) locations in Collin and Denton Counties. A Safe Place organization helps provide quick access to help and resources for youth who are runaways, abused, homeless, … Continue reading
KC liked living in Frisco. A student at Centennial High School, he enjoyed his classes and had good friends. Everything was fine with one (big) exception – his home life. Living with his father wasn’t easy, especially when bills started … Continue reading