North Texas Students Lead by Example with Donations to Local Hospice

April 4, 2023

The Lewisville High School Student Council is collecting snacks for families visiting loved ones in hospice care with Community Healthcare of Texas, the state’s largest not-for-profit hospice and palliative care provider. Lewisville High School Student Council President, Faith Johnke, explained that serving the school and the community is part of leadership development. “Our students give… Read More

Local Eatery Finds Creative Way to Support Pediatric Hospice

February 16, 2023

FORT WORTH, TX, February 16, 2023 – Chicken N Pickle, an indoor/outdoor entertainment complex with a restaurant for casual dining, a sports bar, pickleball courts, shuffleboard, and a variety of yard games, has designated February as Mustache Month to raise money for Little Doves Pediatric Hospice, a program of Community Healthcare of Texas. “One of… Read More

What You Need to Know About This Year’s New Retirement Laws

January 10, 2023

A new year has brought more than just resolutions. It’s brought new laws and other changes that may affect your giving decisions. And with any economic change, you may be looking at your finances and wondering how you will be impacted. The new laws include retirement changes, known collectively as “Secure 2.0,” that may affect… Read More

So Long, 2022! Celebrate With These 5 Tax Savings

December 12, 2022

As you get ready to toast the new year, consider these five smart ways to wrap up 2022 on a financial high note. Not only can you save on your taxes, but you can also make a huge impact at Community Healthcare of Texas. 1. Contribute appreciated stock instead of cash If you have owned… Read More

Before You Give: 4 Questions to Ask

August 8, 2022

Planned giving is often thought of as only an option for the wealthy or for older generations. The truth is, planned giving applies to all of us. No matter your stage in life, planned giving is an opportunity to leave a legacy for generations to come. Through planned giving, you have the ability to contribute stocks, bonds,… Read More

Honoring a Husband’s Life

May 13, 2022

Don Dube was diagnosed with ALS in the summer of 2018. By the following February, his health had rapidly declined, and his wife, Denise, needed assistance caring for him. “I felt in a fog of desperation because I knew deep down that I could no longer care for Don myself, and a sense of sheer… Read More

Leaving a Legacy for Compassionate Care

August 17, 2021

Joe and June Freeman were high school sweethearts, married 50 years, proud educators and Texans through and through. “They were honest, hardworking people,” remembers Charles Edmonds, a devoted friend of the Freemans. “Their front door was 100 feet from ours. As Joe got older, he required more help, and Elaine or I could run over…. Read More

North Texas Dentists Donate Masks to Local Hospice Provider

March 19, 2020

FORT WORTH, TX – March 19, 2020 – As medical providers work around the clock to care for the most vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic, two Ft. Worth dentists, Dr. William Cook and Dr. Philip Cordell step up to help with a generous donation of six cases of masks to local not-for-profit hospice and palliative… Read More