TMS Media Relations | Jul 02, 2014
FORT WORTH, Texas (July 2, 2014) - Texas Motor Speedway's "Speeding To Help" will take on four volunteer projects during the month of July that range from building a home in Fort Worth to spending an afternoon visiting with refugee children as the community outreach program enters its seventh year.
Various numbers of the Texas Motor Speedway staff will serve as volunteers on the special project they will undertake each week beginning Wednesday, July 9, and concluding Tuesday, July 29. The staff will be volunteering their services with The Salvation Army, Trinity Habitat for Humanity, Catholic Charities Fort Worth and Denton County Friends of the Family.
Here is a glimpse at the upcoming "Speeding To Help" events (media alerts with full details will be sent as each event nears):
In the past six years, Texas Motor Speedway's "Speeding To Help" program has provided assistance to two dozen organizations or programs throughout the various counties in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
Those organizations are the United Service Organization (USO) of Dallas/Fort Worth; Children's Medical Center in Dallas; Habitat for Humanity; Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth; Homes For Our Troops; United Community Centers, Inc. of Fort Worth; North Texas Food Bank; Dallas Arboretum; Christian Community Action; Fort Worth Parks and Recreation; Rosemont 6th Grade School of Fort Worth; 6 Stones Mission Network; Community Powered Revitalization; Dallas Life Homeless Shelter; Clara Love Elementary School; Tarrant Area Food Bank; Feed The Children; Dallas Zoo; Butler Branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Fort Worth; Northwest Independent School District; Mission Arlington; Humane Society of North Texas; West (Texas) Long-Term Recovery Project; and the United Methodist Committee on Relief rebuilding project for Granbury, Texas.