Making a Difference

Frisco STYLE Magazine is committed to making our community better. Read stories about Frisco volunteers who make this mission happen every day.

The Gift of Giving… Your Chance to Give Back

We have officially entered into the season of giving! For something that spreads so much joy and happiness, if we are honest with ourselves,...

Giving Hands and Grateful Hearts

Most anyone will tell you that November and December are two of the most magical months of the year – months that bring out...

Newfound Independence

The transition into adulthood can be a difficult one, even for those who are seemingly well-prepared and capable both mentally and emotionally of tackling...

Real Men Wear Pink

Just about everyone is aware that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month … and with good reason. The statistics with cancer, as we...

People Helping People

A woman sits at her usual spot on the fourth floor of the Frisco Library. She looks around the room and spots a young man...

Heart to Heart

When you have the opportunity to hold your own heart in your hands, life becomes amazingly poignant and a bit surreal. Two Frisco residents...

Leading a Transformation

Have you ever worked for or applied for a position with a company known for hiring veterans? When soldiers return to the...

Frisco Friends for Jason

Thirty short years ago, Frisco was a one-stoplight town with a single high school and 6,500 residents. It was the kind of...

Girl Power!

Access to feminine care and hygiene may be a given for the average young girl in America, but it is a far cry from...

Buried in Time

If you could have just five more minutes with someone, who would you spend them with? Do you have a family member you miss...

Where Passion Meets Purpose

To hear Toni Munoz-Hunt describe the land from which she hails is something straight out of a storybook. It is very much enchanting, like...

All Aboard the Snowball Express

Since September 11, 2001, American military children have grown up drastically differently due to unprecedented levels of deployment and increased reliance on Reserve and...

Roots of Optimism

The oldest tree in Frisco, firmly rooted in history, still reaches its vast branches out toward the surrounding community – emblematic of the shelter,...

The Fight to End Youth Steroid Abuse

Steroid abuse is a real problem. In fact, you could call it a national epidemic. While most people associate steroid abuse with professional athletes,...

Talking Trash

There is good news and bad news. First, the bad news … Each day, the average Texan throws away nearly six pounds of trash....

Get in the Game

On the evening of Jan. 12, you could smell the aroma of hot, buttered popcorn as you approached the Field House at Prestonwood Christian...

Messengers of Faith

Food, shelter and clothing are considered the basic necessities of life, but let us not neglect communication and education, especially in a time where...

Endless Possibilities

Many of the world’s greatest ideas were first captured on a napkin: Southwest Airlines, the Harry Potter book series, Seattle’s iconic Space Needle, etc....

Devotion to Local Veterans

If you are like most people, you have grown up hearing about the American Legion. Also, like most, you probably do not have a...

A Ministry of Love and Comfort

Donna Smith emerges from her car with an armful of pillows, batting and a cell phone. Pausing as she dials the phone to announce...

A New Kind of Hero

Juicer Heroes, a juicing store originally founded in 2012 in San Antonio, Texas, is now open right here in Frisco. Josh and Jason Taylor,...

Community Connections

Chelsea and Darrel Neal

Chelsea and Darrel Neal, a local dynamic dad and daughter duo, share an undeniable bond and love for competition. A tragic accident in Australia...

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