Announcing Our New Website
December 17, 2019

Over the course of 2019, we have been diligently assessing the Foundation’s grantmaking and defining our priority funding areas, with categories titled: Animal Welfare, Child Welfare, International, Mental Health, Youth Disability, Youth Experiences, Community Benefit, Early Childhood, Education, and Healthy Families and Communities. To better depict these categories and explain where the Foundation’s interests lie, we thought it best to redesign the website for a fresh user experience.
Today is the launch of the new (and improved!) website. We hope you find it intuitive and easy to navigate. Below are some of the updates you will notice:

  • Eye-catching infographics that explain more about the Foundation’s key areas of giving.
  • Step-by-step instruction on submitting a Letter of Inquiry, grant application, or final report.
  • Regularly occurring news updates.
  • Easily accessible answers to your commonly asked questions.
  • Data points and a catalog of the Foundation’s historical grantmaking.

Please take a look around to learn more about some of the issues happening in North Texas and beyond. If you think your nonprofit’s mission aligns with the Foundation’s core areas of giving, please feel free to submit a Letter of Inquiry or apply online. You may contact us with any questions.
In addition to grant requests, we hope this site can serve as a resource to learn more about real-life issues taking place in our community and the broader world at large. There are so many ways to get involved and help out. Whether it be through volunteerism, physical donations, or financial support, we encourage you to also use this site as a tool to stay educated, get involved, and perhaps even use your God-given talents to help improve the lives of others in and around North Texas.
We wish you the very best this holiday season. Merry Christmas!

Share this post:

Category: Foundation News
other posts you may like

Why Home Mentoring is Key to Child Abuse Prevention

Why Home Mentoring is Key to Child Abuse Prevention By Ona Foster, CEO of Family Compass [In…


April is Child Abuse Prevention Month: We Need to Go Upstream By Shellie Velasco, Program Officer [In…

Measuring Impact: Where Data Meets Storytelling

Measuring Impact: Where Data Meets Storytelling By Adrian Cook, Director of Research & Evaluation “Know well the…