Denton CAReS is a fantastic resource for those who are struggling or may need assistance. Click Read More for details.
In partnership with FWOP Denton, UNT FWOP will be hosting a potluck fundraiser on May 2nd! See the attached flyer image for details.
Our Community Garden project starts this Sunday! We need lots of help, and your efforts will make a difference in the lives of kids here in Denton. Click Read More for more information.
Imagine you’re without electricity, water or even education. For some people, those are daily realities that affect their survival. Original article: http://ntdaily.com/anti-poverty-organization-has-roots-at-unt/
Click “Read More” to learn about the 2015 plans for the Tepehua Center, including a new clinic, the re-opening of the Tepehua Habitat Program, and more.
Our second meeting of the Spring Semester is TONIGHT from 5-6pm, inside the Eagle Commons Library- Room 110a. We’ll be talking about our local project (an urban garden!) and other things we can get involved in.
The PayPal donation button on the right sidebar is now working. Donations of any denomination are allowed, and any donations are put towards our focus on sustainable solutions to poverty.
On December 10, 2014, UNT Future Without Poverty received thirty used computers from Safran Labinal Power Systems that will be donated to Sanger ISD. UNTs partnership with the Sustainability Department has also trained 30 some teachers to introduce sustainability education into the curriculum of schools in Mexico. Click below for more information.
On April 21, 2014, UNT FWOP won the Earth Week Outstanding Student Organization of the Year award. Click Read More for details.
UNT FWOP is partnering with Habitat for Humanity this Saturday, 11/1, to help out on a couple of great projects. Click Read More below for details. Signup by noon on 10/29!