ABOUT US

The 501(c)3 Tough Stars Gives Back supports charitable and educational purposes with the goal of engaging the community and helping those in need.

ADDRESS

Tough Stars Give Back

P.O. Box 17780 

Fort Worth TX 76102

Toughstarsgiveback@gmail.com

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EVENTS

Events are held throughout the year and can be found below and on our official Facebook page!

Contact us today to see how you can support our upcoming events and get involved in the Fort Worth community! 

Annual Basketball Tournament 

Annual Basketball Tournament with Fort Worth Police Department vs. Fort Worth Fire Department raising funds for Tough Stars Give Back's initiatives.

Tough Athletes Scholarship 

The FWHCC Scholarship Fund has provided hundreds of local students with financial support and encouragement, ensuring cost is not a barrier to their higher education. We would greatly appreciate your partnership in our scholarship program and would gladly accept a donation to assist in the development of our future generation. Make a donation today at:

 

 https://business.fwhcc.org/store/donate

Tough Ladies 

Tough Ladies of Fort Worth campaign to raise money for a play therapy room at Cancer Care Services

Tough Kids That Give Back

Fort Worth's Toughest Kids 

Read Fort Worth

Tough Stars Gives Back and our Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce created a local campaign for grade-level reading. Read Fort Worth is an unprecedented coalition working to ensure that 100 percent of Fort Worth ISD third-graders are reading on grade level by 2025. The ability to comprehend reading material by third grade is valuable to lifelong learning. National studies show that students who do not read proficiently by third grade are four times more likely to not graduate high school than proficient readers. 

Keynote speaker includes Anel Mercado, Executive Director of Read Fort Worth, with special remarks from Mayor Betsy Price and Dr. Scribner.

So far this year, Gabriel has raised $11,000 dollars for Read Fort Worth!