November and December are typically charitable, generous, and thankful months where communities and families come together to reflect on their good fortunes and blessings.
It is no secret to Texans that gas and oil royalties are highly coveted assets. So how did the Foundation come across the ownership interest of 742 wells in 43 different counties spread across four states in the South?
Can you believe that we are more than halfway through the year? As we wrote in our January 2017 blog, we are continuing to look forward!
Throughout the halls this week at First United Methodist Church, the sound of children laughing is in abundance for various summer children’s programs.
There are many enjoyable aspects of life that come along with spring. However, one such chore associated with spring is just that . . . a chore — the dreaded spring cleaning!
Last year in February of 2016, the Foundation established the Methodist Justice Ministry Endowment through a generous donation from an anonymous patron.
It may not seem very original to discuss ‘giving’ or ‘thanks’ during the month of November when we celebrate Thanksgiving. But this blog about both involves a slightly different thought process. Not only do we thank donors who contribute to the Foundation.
Recently the Foundation celebrated the life and legacy of Helen W. Watt and her namesake Society. What an honor to acknowledge those who give to the Foundation that Mrs. Watt so loved throughout her life in Fort Worth.