Turner House and Cozy Cottage: Small ways to make a big difference for nonprofits

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… and contribute to upkeep at Turner House. The final installment of the Turner House Fall Salon Series starts at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12. Dallas Opera general director and CEO Keith Cerny reviews “By Love Transformed,” the opera’s current season. Cerny’s presentation includes performances by Dallas Opera vocalists. Tickets cost $15 for Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts members and $20 otherwise. The money goes toward maintenance on the 100-year-old Turner House, 401 N. Rosemont, turnerhouse.org.

Let kids choose a gift at the Cozy Cottage

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… and provide four meals through the North Texas Food Bank. Children often ask the boutique’s owner, Cynthia Herndon, what’s upstairs. So a few years ago, she decided to let them see. Every year, she clears out the stuff she stores up there and decorates it like a winter wonderland, where children can buy a trinket for $1 to give to a loved one. All of the dollars go to the food bank. The Cozy Cottage, 336 W. Eighth, 214.941.1110.

Know of ways that neighbors can spend time, attend an event, or purchase or donate something to benefit a neighborhood nonprofit? Email your suggestion to launch@advocatemag.com.

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