Track and Field Gets Involved in Community

TCU's Men's Track and Field team visited H.O.P.E. Farm in Fort Worth.

TCU's Men's Track and Field team visited H.O.P.E. Farm in Fort Worth.

Dec. 21, 2012

FORT WORTH – During the season of giving, TCU’s track and field teams have been giving back to the Fort Worth community. During the month of December, the Horned Frogs got involved in the community with the men's student-athletes visiting H.O.P.E. Farm and the women’s squad visiting Cancer Care Services.

The TCU men’s track and field team made a visit to H.O.P.E. Farm in Fort Worth. The Horned Frogs spoke to H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Excel) Farm’s audience about life as student-athlete’s and about balancing life as an athlete with academic endeavors. H.O.PE. Farm’s mission is to help develop the life skills of at-risk boys in the Fort Worth area.

The Horned Frogs women’s student-athletes delivered and distributed Christmas gifts at Cancer Care Services in Fort Worth. They also did activities with children in attendance. Cancer Care Services provides financial, emotional, social and spiritual support to people who have cancer, and families of those whose life has been impacted by cancer.


 

 


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