Diamond Hill North Side Youth Association would like to invite your organization to join us for Family Health & Fitness Day on September 29th at Diamond Hill Jarvis High School from 11AM – 3PM. DHNS Family Health & Fitness Day is an outdoor health and wellness fair targeted at children ages 4-12 years old and their family members. We expect more than 100 families to be in attendance.
Is your organization interested in participating as a vendor? Participation is free. Register now!
What you will need to bring:
- Pop-up tent
- Chairs for your staff
- Materials for 100+ families
Sponsors will receive the following benefits:
- Premium spot
- Table & chairs provided
- Logo recognition on the event flyer
- Logo recognition on the event webpage
- Logo recognition on the event banner and signage
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, September 29th!
Diamond Hill North Side (DHNS) Youth Association was selected as a recipient of the ToolBox Grant Program from the North Texas Community Foundation. The grant will be used to conduct a community needs assessment to develop a community action plan and train local wellness champions. Continue reading “ToolBox Grant: Champions for Change”
Diamond Hill North Side Youth Association has partnered with Fort Worth Police Athletic League to offer flag football and 7-on-7 this Spring. Continue reading “DHNS Partners with FWPAL”
DHNS Youth Association will be hosting conditioning drills at the Diamond Hill Community Block Party on Saturday, March 31st at Diamond Hill Community Center.
Join us for this community event and come register for fall football/cheer. We will be taking payments for fall fees during this event.
Continue reading “Diamond Hill Community Block Party”
Diamond Hill North Side Youth Association was recently recognized as a Blue Zones Project Fort Worth Participating Organization. We were presented with a Blue Zones Project banner and certificate by BZPFW’s Ricky Cotto and Fort Worth City Councilmember Carlos Flores. Read more about the organization’s efforts on the BZPFW blog.
Diamond Hill North Side Youth Association has proved that a small organization can make a big impact on healthy behaviors, thanks to overwhelming support from the community and more than 150 children and their parents. Read the full article