Fort Worth Zoo‘s annual “BOO at the Zoo” Halloween event is a family favorite event for all ages. The zoo provides a safe environment for children to dress up as their favorite character and trick-or-treat while enjoying their favorite animals. This year Cirro Energy provided power for the “Pumpkin Patch” which was one of many activities for guests to participate.
KERA is a member-supported, not-for-profit organization that provides Public Media for North Texas. KERA's mission is to serve North Texans through public television, radio and multimedia resources that educate, engage, inspire, inform and entertain. Cirro Energy is proud to provide financial support for KERA's commitment to providing educational programming to their 2 million viewers and listeners across North Dallas.
Minnie’s Food Pantry, 100% people and community funded, provides food assistance to children and families in need on a daily basis. This year, Cirro Energy is proud to support two Minnie’s Food Pantry programs in November and December.
From Our Table to Yours Thanksgiving Giveaway
Cirro Energy volunteers rolled up their sleeves last November to help the pantry prepare for its signature event of the year, the Thanksgiving Giveaway.
Minnie’s Food Pantry believes every kid should “C-A-Meal.” In that tradition, each child who walks through the doors of the pantry receives something unique and special: a C-A-Mille’s Kids bag. Minnie's Food Pantry proudly makes every child a bag filled with delicious and nutritious snacks, prepared with love to add a smile to a child's face.
The Trains at NorthPark has become a North Texas tradition with more than 60,000 visits each season. The more than 4,000 square feet of holiday train themed environments has raised money for the children and families served by the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas (RMHD) since 1987.
RMHD provides temporary housing in a caring and homelike atmosphere. It is our hope that Cirro Energy’s contribution will help defer expenses incurred by families who stay at RMHD as their temporary home-away-from-home while their children are receiving treatment at a Dallas area hospital.