View the Foundation’s 2019 Summary of Grants – available here!
Funding toward the construction of an Emergency Youth Shelter on the Wichita Campus and a Behavioral Care Building on the Wedgewood Campus.
Funding for the Work Training Program which provides vocational training, life skills support, and work experience to adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities.
Funding for programming which serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Funding for the Clinical Services program which provides counseling services for victims of child abuse or neglect and their non-offending family members.
Funding for programming that serves individuals with intellectual disabilities by promoting empowerment and quality of life.
Funding for the Dallas Education Initiative Project which trains teachers to be engaged in healthy relationships with students.
Funding for the WAY residential program which helps increase the independence of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Funding toward the capital campaign to build a service dog training center to be operated by Canine Companions for Independence.
Funding for the Thriving Minds Afterschool Program which will serve at-risk youth in Oak Cliff.
Funding for the Dallas City of Learning project which will increase access to out-of-school programming for Dallas youth.
Funding for STEM laboratory renovation so that it can be used for the Animal Well-Being Program.
Multi-year funding for the Student Assistance Fund which provides financial support to students auditioning for college educational and enrichment opportunities.
Funding for the Emergency Shelter Program which provides a safe haven for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Funding for medically managed child care and family-based services.
Funding for the Be a Family Permanency Initiative which will expand Buckner’s foster care and adoption services in Region 3.
Funding for the Fostering Hope in Guatemala program which is implementing, within the government, foster care and adoption services for children who would otherwise grow up in orphanages.
Funding for leadership development programming for youth.
Funding for a hospitality/food service internship program for youth released from juvenile justice.
Funding for a summer camp for youth impacted by cancer in their family.
Funding for camperships for Dallas area youth with disabilities to attend summer camp.
Funding for camperships for youth with diabetes to attend a therapeutic summer camp.
Funding to increase capacity to offer therapeutic riding sessions to children and adults.
Funding for children’s and youth programs at the Santa Clara Community Center in West Oak Cliff.
Funding for High Performance Brain Training for both active duty and veteran military service members.
Funding for the West Dallas site of the Community Transformation Project which will bring mental health care services to the neighborhood.
Funding for mental health counseling sessions for refugee children.
Funding for scholarships for children to attend Chase’s Place.
Funding to promote the use of evidence-based parenting programming by North Texas service providers and make the programming more accessible to at-risk families.
Funding toward the expansion and renovation of space to serve more youth and families with forensic and therapeutic services.
Funding for the Clinical Services Program which provides quality mental health services for victims of child abuse.
Funding for the S.M.A.R.T. summer programs for boys and girls.
Funding for the Medicine of the Heart program which facilitates the end-of-life wishes of youth.
Funding to support North Texas Giving Day in 2015.
Funding for intensive, case managed services for at-risk students in school campuses in Tarrant County.
Funding for hunger initiatives for kids from low-income families.
Funding for Year Four of the Big Fix project which provides free spay or neuter surgeries for pet owners in underserved Dallas neighborhoods.
Funding toward the build out of the Pediatric Psychiatry Unit which will enhance Cook Children’s capacity to serve children and youth with mental health conditions through inpatient psychiatric care and partial hospitalization.
Funding to provide child victims of abuse and neglect in Collin County with a CASA advocate.
Funding for the operations of a new high school in Pleasant Grove.
Funding for camperships for North Texas youth impacted by inflammatory bowel disease to attend summer camp.
Funding for tuition scholarships for students with learning differences and special needs.
Funding for the Program Quality Initiative and the Out of School Time Initiative which both seek to ensure a high standard of out-of-school time programming across Dallas.
Funding for the Character Cures Curriculum and Girl Scout Troops for academically at-risk students.
Funding for the Beds4Kidz program which provides beds and mattresses to youth of families transitioning out of homelessness.
Funding for the Youth Leadership Movement which empowers organizations to mobilize, equip, and encourage youth to be leaders in their communities.
Funding for the Children’s Counseling Program which provides mental health counseling for child witnesses of domestic violence.
Funding for pet food to be supplied to local food pantries for senior citizens.
Funding for outpatient rehabilitation therapies for children with disabilities.
Funding for the StepUp! capacity campaign which will enhance the capacity of Educational First Steps to work with early childhood centers to achieve excellence.
Funding toward the property acquisition and capital improvements for Encore Park which will provide expanded social and enrichment services for youth and families in transitional circumstances in downtown Dallas.
Funding toward the physical improvement of the Dallas Cultural Arts and Production Center for individuals with disabilities.
Funding for education and therapy programming for families at risk of child abuse.
Funding for the All Pro Dad’s Days which equips fathers to be engaged in the lives of their children.
Funding for the ‘Mentoring Our Mothers’ program, which provides in-home parenting guidance to teen mothers.
Funding toward the Legacy Campaign to construct a new Central Dallas Counseling Center.
Funding for programming that promotes the character and life skills of youth through lessons in golf.
Funding for programming that promotes the character and life skills of youth through lessons in golf.
Funding for training programming that enhances the ability of professionals to provide quality care to young children.
Funding for the quality afterschool programming for inner-city youth in Fort Worth.
Funding for camperships for Dallas area youth to attend TRU Camp.
Funding for the Beyond the Classroom and Academic Support programs which support the education and welfare of children in foster care.
Funding for the Young Women’s STEM Leadership Initiative which provides exposure to STEM content to students at all-girl leadership schools.
Funding for the Youth Mental Wellness program which provides counseling to children and youth.
Funding for the Girl Scouts Direct program which serves girls who would not have access to a traditional Girl Scout troop.
Funding for youth development programming for at-risk girls.
Funding for four fellows to serve in Uganda healthcare settings.
Funding for prevention and education programming around mental health.
Funding for Girls in Motion, a sports and mentoring ministry for girls in the Bonton neighborhood.
Funding for two pediatric heart surgeries for patients from developing countries that would otherwise not receive life-saving care.
Funding for the Children’s Services Program which provides in-home personal care for children with disabilities.
Funding for the Financial and Social Assistance Program which helps North Texas families dealing with childhood cancer.
Funding for the foster to adopt program which recruits, trains, and supervises families to be licensed adoptive parents.
Funding for savings groups in Burundi which provide underserved families with the opportunity to increase their welfare and build community.
Funding for Captain Hope’s Closet which meets the critical needs of homeless children across North Texas.
Funding for domestic violence shelter operations and programming.
Funding for mental health services for families provided through the Home Again Program.
Funding for the Hope & Horizons program which serves school-aged youth of resident families with afterschool and summer programming.
Funding for Apple Tree Project which provides school supplies to children from low-income families for the 2015-2016 school year.
Multi-year funding for operations in five field offices in India which combat slavery and sex trafficking through casework, collaboration with law enforcement, judicial system training, advocacy, and efforts to mobilize public will against human trafficking.
Multi-year funding for the Transitional Living Program which supports girls aging out of foster care with therapeutic services.
Funding for out-of-school programming for youth in the Fair Park neighborhood as well as capital upgrades to the park facilities.
Funding for general operations.
Funding for school-based character development programming.
Funding for camperships for Dallas area, at-risk youth to attend a Christian summer camp.
Funding for the expansion of Christian mentoring for at-risk youth in North Texas.
Funding for the KIPP DFW expansion campaign which will grow the charter school network in southern Dallas to 10 schools by 2020.
Funding for the Counseling Program which provides counseling to families and youth experiencing life stress.
Funding to hire a licensed professional counselor to focus on children and adolescents.
Funding for the Early Childhood Education Program which prepares children of immigrant or refugee families to be prepared for elementary school.
Multi-year funding to support WASH implementation in Uganda, Zambia, and Nicaragua, which will bring clean water to communities.
Funding to help make available a CASA for every foster child in Rockwall and Kaufman Counties.
Funding to support the Water Safe Communities Program which provides free swim lessons to low-income children and families.
Funding for afterschool programming in four Fort Worth ISD schools in the 2015-16 academic year.
Funding for Disney wishes for children with life-threatening health conditions.
Funding for GaitWay to the Brian programming which combines horse riding and sensory activities with brain-building therapies to improve the lives of people with special needs.
Funding for the Summer Sack Hunger program.
Funding for a preschool for students with a limited-English language background.
Funding for mental health services and training provided across a spectrum of platforms for children and families.
Funding for the Victims Outreach Program which provides education and prevention programming as well as victim services.
Funding for therapeutic services for children at the residential treatment center.
Funding toward the construction of an athletic track and field house.
Funding for school supplies to be distributed to children from low-income families for the 2015-2016 school year.
Funding for the Toolbox Grants project which is currently focused on building capacity around early childhood services in Tarrant County.
Funding for the Food 4 Kids backpack program.
Funding for the Financial Aid Program which helps families with a significant need send their youth with intellectual disabilities to Notre Dame School.
Funding for a comprehensive community development program to propel families out of extreme poverty in Ethiopia.
Funding for tuition assistance for children with financial need who have learning differences.
Funding for the Clinical Counseling Program which provides counseling therapy for children and adults.
Funding toward the capital campaign to enlarge and enhance the campus for training service dogs.
Funding for camperships for youth from West Dallas to attend a Christian camp in 2015.
Funding for the Group Home program in Itasca and Waxahachie that serves youth displaced from their homes due to abuse or neglect.
Funding for the Child & Family Bereavement Program which helps families cope with the loss of a loved one through care and grief support.
Funding toward the capital campaign to build a new facility that will serve homeless women and children with enhanced and more extended programming.
Funding for summer programming for youth and facility renovations.
Funding for the residential programs that serve homeless, runaway, foster, and at-risk youth.
Funding for the Family Connection program which provides children from distressed backgrounds with support groups and mentoring to help build life skills and resilience.
Funding for equine therapy and trauma-informed counseling for children.
Funding for the literacy programs that serve youth from West Dallas who are struggling to read.
Funding for the Enduring Families/Enduring Women and Project Toward No Drug Abuse programs which provide behavioral health and substance abuse services.
Funding for the purchase of adaptive recreational equipment to serve individuals with disabilities.
Funding for tuition assistance for children with developmental disabilities to attend the school which provides both education and therapy services.
Funding for the Share-A-Night program which assists families with the cost of staying at the Ronald McDonald House.
Funding for the SafePlay program which provides child development programs, counseling and therapy, and case management to children residing in the shelter.
Funding for the Children and Youth Outreach Programs which serve the Pleasant Grove neighborhood.
Funding to support at-risk college students with education and financial support to ensure they graduate with a degree.
Funding for Project SOAR to provide continuing coordinated support services at three West Dallas schools.
Funding for the Early Learner Excellence Initiative, a collaborative to provide social and emotional development services to children in West Dallas.
Funding for the Conquer Project at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
Funding for sponsorships for child athletes to participate in the Special Olympics of Greater Fort Worth in 2015.
Funding for the Explore Summer enrichment program.
Funding for the Crisis Line Paid Staff Initiative which supports the staff members who make the crisis line available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Funding to cover the adoption costs of rescued dogs and cats.
Funding for the Aspiring Ed Leaders, Executive Ed for Teams, and Ed Fellows educator programs.
Funding for the Medical Readiness and Transfer Program that readies rescued dogs to be adoptable.
Funding for the Online Center which provides Texas judges and attorneys with access to online resources to protect abused and neglected children from further harm.
Funding for partnerships and advocacy to improve quality out-of-school time programs in Texas.
Funding for legal assistance for current and aged-out foster youth.
Funding toward an increase in capacity of the Community Counseling Center which provides mental health services in Fort Worth.
Funding for a research associate who will provide research around child welfare.
Funding for afterschool programming for West Dallas youth.
Funding for tuition assistance for students from low-income families to attend a college preparatory school founded on Christian values.
Funding for Avance parent-child programming in Fort Worth neighborhood.
Funding for transportation for students attending Urban Christian Academy.
Funding for the Defending Childhood Initiative pilot program which provides services for children who have been exposed to trauma.
Funding for the Pet Care Program which serves Meals on Wheels clients with supplemental pet food, access to veterinary care, and education on responsible pet ownership.
Funding for the SOAR Program which provides trauma-informed preschool programming to children of homeless families.
Funding for the Grief Support Program which provides emotional support for children who have experienced the death of a loved one.
Funding for the B3X summer camp.
Funding for operating support for a quality education option in West Dallas.
Funding for the Nurse Family Partnership Program which provides training in effective parenting to families at risk of abuse.
Funding for the Rape Crisis & Victim Services programming which provides counseling for child victims of sexual abuse and other violence.
Funding for child and youth focused programming facilitated through churches in Malawi and Burundi.
Funding toward the construction of a new YMCA facility in southeast Fort Worth.
Funding for outpatient substance abuse treatment for at-risk youth who are struggling with substance abuse and mental health conditions.
Funding for afterschool and summer programs for youth from the Vickery Meadow neighborhood.
Funding for mentoring and training for youth in the juvenile justice system.
Funding for the operations of the Bachman Lake Together Family Center which will provide a place for dual-generation programs that will expand access to early education for children.