On June 17, 2014, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex lost a treasure when sports personality Richard Durrett died suddenly at 38. Richard was survived by a then-pregnant wife and two small children. Richard’s zest for life and desire to help anyone and everyone led to the establishment of the Do It For Durrett Foundation, as a way to honor his memory and assist working-class families in the Metroplex affected by sudden loss.
The Do It For Durrett Foundation is focused on raising funds for working-class families in the DFW area who have been impacted by a sudden loss. The new non-profit was formed to provide financial support to the family’s surviving members so they can focus on the day-to-day job of moving forward without a loved one. While it’s impossible to make up for the loss, the Foundation’s goal is to ease the burdens that often accompany sudden loss.
For more information on the Do It for Durrett Foundation, please visit doitfordurrett.com.