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Funding for the Early Childhood Education Program and the Family Literacy Class which teach English language literacy to children and parents.
Multi-year funding for programming that empowers and disciples inner-city residents through legal advocacy to seek resolution to crime-ridden and hazardous properties in their neighborhoods.
Funding for out-of-school-time programming focused on middle school students at Irma Rangel Leadership Academy and EH Cary Middle School.
Funding for the capital campaign to provide expanded and renovated space for community healthcare services, including mental health services.
Funding for general operations of the museum.
Funding for services for children needing end-of-life care and their families, including hospice and bereavement care.
Funding for the Dallas Education Initiative Project which trains teachers and parents to be engage in healthy relationships with students.
Funding for the Adaptive Swimming Lesson Program which serves children and youth with autism.
Funding for the Parent-Child Education Program at Gabe P. Allen Elementary School which engages Hispanic families in their children’s development and education process.
Funding for Kinship Therapeutic Foster Care which will provide services to facilitate the transition of youth from therapeutic residential care to kinship care.
Funding for the Celebration of Reading event which supports literacy among children.
Funding for the Big Hope mentoring program which provides youth with faith based mentoring.
Funding for Dallas City of Learning which connects youth with summer, out-of-school learning opportunities and provides recognition for participation.
Funding for the Character & Leadership Program which provides instruction and guidance on character and leadership values for youth from low-income families.
Funding for the SMART Moves program which seeks to instill character and leadership qualities in youth.
Funding for out-of-school time programming that supports academic success, healthy lifestyles, character, and citizenship among participating youth.
Funding for out-of-school time programming that supports academic success, healthy lifestyles, character, and citizenship among participating students.
Funding to provide medically-managed childcare, education services, and family-based services for children with special health needs.
Funding for a pilot program to enrich therapeutic foster care placements, and funding to expand quality kinship foster care in North Texas.
Funding for the C5 Leadership Program which builds leadership qualities and character through mentorship and enrichment experiences.
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 in 2016.
Funding for the Child Development Program at 3 Early Childhood Development centers which serve children ages 0-5 of homeless and working poor mothers in Tarrant County.
Funding to support the operations of Fly Day Events, which provide aviation experiences for children with special needs.
Funding to provide faith-based mentorship opportunities to youth in South Dallas.
Funding for the Children’s Care Fund which subsidizes the cost of diagnosis and treatment services for children with developmental disabilities.
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 for the Clinical Service Program which provides therapeutic services for victims of child abuse and neglect.
Funding to facilitate Christian ministry and spiritual leadership formation among students at Dartmouth.
Multi-year funding for academic, cultural enrichment, and healthy lifestyle out-of-school time programming for inner-city youth.
Funding for the Transition Resource Action Center which provides services for youth aging out of foster care in North Texas.
Funding for the Medicine of the Heart program which facilitates the end-of-life wishes of youth.
Funding for measurement and outcome evaluation workshops available to Dallas-Fort Worth area non-profits.
Funding to promote the awareness of and access to early childhood education opportunities for families.
Funding to support North Texas Giving Day in 2016.
Funding for programming which provides struggling youth in DISD schools with supportive services during the school year and summer months.
Funding for programming which provides struggling youth in Tarrant County schools with supportive services during the school year and summer months.
Funding for programming which provides struggling youth in Denton County and Wise County schools with supportive services during the school year and summer months.
Funding toward the renovation of a facility to better serve foster youth and CPS case workers in North Texas.
Funding for the Weekend Snack Packs and Summer Lunch Boxes programs that support families and children facing food insecurity.
Funding for the development of a strategic plan for Dallas Animal Services to effectively manage loose dogs and make Dallas a no-kill city.
Funding for the Project Reading Warriors and Math Warriors programs which serve students who are behind in these subjects with individualized programming.
Funding for 2016 Texas Camp Oasis which will provide North Texas youth impacted by inflammatory bowel disease a summer camp experience.
Funding to support the Leadership, Inspiration, Family, and Education activities which serve low-income youth from difficult neighborhoods.
Funding for CURE Clubfoot Ethiopia which will provide treatment for infants and toddlers with clubfoot throughout Ethiopia.
Funding for the Program Quality Initiative and the After The Bell Alliance which both seek to ensure a high standard of out-of-school time programming across Dallas.
Funding for the Beds4Kidz Program which provides beds, sheets, and pillows to youth of families transitioning out of homelessness.
Funding for the Power Programs which provide youth with guidance, mentorship, and servant leadership lessons with a Christian worldview.
Funding for the Kids LIFE Program which provides a sense of normality and therapeutic support to children living with their families in the recovery shelter.
Funding to support the growth of Christian ministry programming in inner-city public schools in Dallas.
Funding for work with early childhood centers to achieve excellence.
Funding for child abuse prevention programs such as parenting education and therapy for families at risk of child abuse.
Funding for the ‘Mentoring Our Mothers’ program, which provides in-home parenting guidance to teen mothers.
Funding for the Safe Babies Tarrant County pilot program which seeks to improve the safety, permanency, and well-being of infants and toddlers in the child welfare and legal systems.
Funding for Breakthrough Fort Worth Summer Program which equips underserved youth with academic and leadership skills so that they are ready for college by high school graduation.
Funding for quality afterschool programming for inner-city youth in Fort Worth.
Funding for the Pediatric Hearing Aid Project which serves hearing-impaired, low-income children and youth with hearing aids and follow-up audiology services.
Funding toward the renovation of the Sky Ranch camp property in Van, Texas.
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 otherwise have access to a traditional Girl Scout troop.
Funding for afterschool and summer programming for girls from low-income families.
Funding for after-school programming at Eastern Hills High School in Fort Worth.
Funding for the Same as Me Place Group which provides grief support to elementary-age children.
Funding for the Five Star Kids Program which serves children living in families impacted by addiction with supportive programming.
Funding for the Head, Heart, and Hand Afterschool Program which promotes character development and academic success among youth in the Vickery Meadow neighborhood.
Funding toward the completion of a new facility to deliver adoption services and training.
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 the Child Immigrant Project which provides legal representation to unaccompanied children entering the United States who are confirmed victims of extreme violence in their home countries.
Funding to support organizational operations to provide scholarship and leadership programming for Kenyan youth in high school.
Funding for the Hope & Horizons program which serves school-aged youth of resident families with afterschool and summer programming.
Funding for mental health and psychiatric services for children and adults across a network of locations including a new location at Jubilee Park Community Center.
Funding for school-based character development programming that is facilitated through martial arts classes.
Funding for the Hugworks Children’s Network which will provide music therapy through an online platform.
Funding for camperships for Dallas area, at-risk youth to attend a Christian summer camp in 2016.
Funding for the expansion of Christian mentoring for at-risk youth in North Texas.
Funding for counseling for families and youth experiencing life stress.
Funding to support conservation of wildlife in Africa through active protection of elephants and rhinoceros and community development programming.
Funding to help make available a CASA for every foster child in Rockwall and Kaufman Counties.
Funding for the Integrated Behavioral Healthcare Program, which will screen children and adults from low-income families for developmental delays or behavioral health concerns and provide treatment for those families.
Funding for the B4Six Program which provides quality early childhood education and parent education classes for families with young children.
Funding for Disney wishes for children with life-threatening health conditions.
Funding toward the construction costs of building the Atlantic Mercy hospital ship which will provide critical healthcare in African countries.
Funding toward the construction of sports fields in West Dallas that will provide facilities for competitive youth sports in the community.
Funding toward the capital campaign to replace two residential group homes on the Waco campus.
Funding for operating expenses to provide homeless children and families with permanent supportive housing and other supportive services.
Funding for the Sack Summer Hunger program.
Funding for therapeutic services for children and families.
Funding for programming and engaging activities to help adults with special needs further develop their independence.
Funding for youth programming to raise awareness and understanding of mental illness.
Funding for support services for children impacted by domestic violence and abuse.
Funding for the Aftercare Program which provides support and trauma-focused counseling for teen girls who have been sexually abused.
Funding for the operations of a residential treatment center that provides therapeutic care for children who have suffered abuse and/or neglect.
Funding for the FOCUS Mentoring for Responsible Parenting program which helps fathers who want to be involved in their children’s lives navigate the child welfare system.
Funding for Christian youth ministry programming for youth with developmental disabilities.
Funding for a comprehensive community development program to propel families out of extreme poverty in Ethiopia.
Funding for the medical care for rescued dogs and cats.
Funding toward the capital campaign to increase therapeutic capacity and for the Clinical Counseling Program which provides subsidized counseling therapy for children and adults.
Funding for camperships for youth from West Dallas to attend a Christian camp in 2016.
Funding for the Itasca and Waxahachie Group Homes Programs which serve youth displaced from their homes due to abuse or neglect.
Funding for the Family Bereavement Program which supports children and their families with support after the loss of a loved one.
Funding for The Women and Children’s program which provides care and support services to homeless mothers with children to help them achieve stability in life and home.
Funding for students to participate in the Summer Program for Underserved Children and Youth and the Summer Leaders In Training Experience Program in 2016.
Funding for the residential programs that serve homeless, runaway, foster, and at-risk youth.
Funding for the literacy programs that serve youth from West Dallas who are struggling to read.
Funding for adaptive recreational sports for individuals with disabilities.
Funding for the Share-A-Night program which assists families with the cost of staying at the Ronald McDonald House.
Funding for the Beds for Kids Program which provides beds for youth from low-income families.
Funding for scholarships to serve deaf students in the 2015-2016 academic year.
Funding for technology upgrades that will enhance the library and tutoring programming for children in substitute care.
Multi-year funding to expand the Mood Disorders Network to include pediatric providers who will be better enabled to screen for and treat depression in children.
Funding for the Explore Summer 2016 enrichment program which helps students retain academic gains over the summer.
Funding to implement a comprehensive counseling program serving the social-emotional needs of students through counseling, curriculum, teacher training, and parent resources.
Funding for tuition assistance for to support families seeking a quality education for their children.
Funding for the DFW Leadership Program which trains Teach for America teachers in whole-child development.
Funding for a retreat for the staff of the Institute of Child Development.
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 to support ongoing research for development and communication of best practices in child welfare.
Funding for the Kids Get Arthritis Too Program which provides support services for children suffering from Juvenile Arthritis and their families.
Funding for the Early Childhood Intervention Program which provides therapeutic services to children with developmental differences and disabilities.
Funding for Conservation Treks which takes urban high school youth on camping trips to Texas State and National Parks.
Funding for afterschool programming for West Dallas youth.
Funding for tuition assistance through the Neighboring Schools Program for students from low-income families to attend a college preparatory school founded on Christian values.
Funding for the Women & Children’s Ministry, which provides both short-term and two-year programming for women and children in need of shelter and services.
Funding for the Pediatric Mobile Clinic which provides healthcare services to at-risk children in Tarrant County.
Funding for the Therapeutic Early Child Development Program which supports the overall development of homeless children in an early childhood learning setting.
Funding for general operations to serve at-risk youth in West Dallas with afterschool and summer programming.
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 which focuses on science, math, and the arts.
Funding to support the education offerings and student services at West Dallas Community School.
Funding for the Nurse Family Partnership Program which provides training in effective parenting to families at risk of abuse.
Funding to support child and youth focused enrichment programming facilitated through churches in Malawi and Burundi.
Multi-year funding for the Park South YMCA’s out-of-school time programs for neighborhood youth.
Funding for Christian youth ministry programming in inner-city schools in Dallas.
Funding for the Emergency Assistance Fund which assists students with funds for basic needs, school support, and enrichment opportunities.
Funding for out-of-school time programs which serve students with Christian, character-based programming.
Funding for mentoring and training for youth in the juvenile justice system.