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**Update – The chapter raised over $400 in cash donations and other supplies for those affected. Thanks to all who could support this effort.**
Our thoughts are with our Houston Tigers affected by Hurricane Harvey. We want to lend a hand to Mittelstadt Elementary in Spring, TX (just north of Houston). The families at this school have been hit particularly hard and could use some cleanup supplies. Our chapter is planning to make a donation, but if you’d like to donate cash or supplies, bring them to the watch parties this weekend. You can also send a cash donation to Scott Phillips at @sepn7d (Venmo) or email@example.com (PayPal). Be sure to let him know it’s a DFW Tigers Harvey Donation.
If you’d like to pick up some supplies, they could use:
Houston MU alum Lindsay Naremore is renting a U-Haul to take it back to start the cleanup effort. Thank you in advance for showing some tiger love to those in need.
Join your DFW Tigers for a golf tournament to fund
student scholarships! Proceeds from this event will
support the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter’s scholarship
endowment and the Chase Daniel Lone Star
State Scholarship Fund.
Did you know 1 in 4 children in North Texas go hungry everyday? The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a top-ranked nonprofit relief organization, and the largest North Texas charity. Each day, the North Texas Food Bank provides access to 170,000 meals for hungry children, seniors and families through a network of more than 1,000 programs and 262 Partner Agencies.
As much as the DFW Mizzou Tigers love our great University, we also love giving back to our community. Our chapter will be donating our time on Saturday, April 25th at the NTFB Distribution Center sorting, boxing and/or bagging food for families across North Texas.
This is a family friendly event and we encourage you to bring along your future Tigers, however due to safety guidelines, all volunteers must be 10 years of age or older. Any volunteer between the ages of 10 and 15 must be accompanied by adult chaperones (1 chaperone for every 7 youth).
If you’re interested in donating your time to the North Texas Food Bank please email DFWMizzouTigers@gmail.com with your contact information and the names and contact information of any additional volunteers who will be joining you by Friday, April 17th.
Need a break from the family or want to celebrate a great Mizzou Football season with them? Bring them to one of our locations to watch the Tigers take down their cross conference rival, the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Don’t forget to bring a new, unwrapped toy or cash donation for our Annual Toy Drive.
Dallas Watch Party
The Social House Uptown – Routh
2708 Routh Street Dallas TX 75201
Fort Worth Watch Party
The Brass Tap – Fort Worth
901 Houston St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
This fall the DFW Mizzou Tigers are raising funds for our Scholarship program by raffling off a football signed by Coach Pinkel and a basketball signed by Coach Anderson. Tickets can be purchased by either cash/check at a watch party or PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ticket prices are as follows:
1 ticket for $5
3 tickets for $10
7 tickets for $20
The DFW Mizzou Tigers are always looking for ways we can give back to the community and this year we’ve partnered with the City of Dallas’ Forester and Tree Planting Team at Kiest Park. Volunteers will assist the Committee, the public and its partner organizations in planting trees. About 200 volunteers are expected from various civic and community groups. Bring the family! Every person can make a difference!
Meet at the park entrance on South Hampton Road. You will see lots of trees, big holes, signs and tents. There will be port-o-lets. Please bring your own water. Afterward, we’ll go out to location TBA to get something to eat and catch some afternoon games.