View the Foundation’s 2019 Summary of Grants – available here!
Funding to support the Early Childhood Education and Family Literacy Program which teaches English language literacy to children and parents.
Funding to support the Vocational Adjustment Training program which serves high school students with intellectual disabilities with life and job skills.
Funding to support programming that empowers and disciples inner-city residents through legal advocacy to seek resolution to crime-ridden and hazardous properties in their neighborhoods.
Funding to support the Special Connexion program which supports individuals with intellectual disabilities with recreational, educational, and social programming.
Funding to support out-of-school-time enrichment and sports programming for DISD middle school students.
Funding for general operations of the museum.
Funding towards the capital campaign to expand and enhance shelter space for children and their families.
Funding to support the Conservation TREKs program which is a week-long outdoor education and leadership program for urban youth.
Funding for the Parent-Child Education Program which provides early childhood education and home visiting programming for parents.
Funding for organization wide Trust-Based Relational Intervention training.
Funding to support the 2018 Celebration of Reading event in Dallas which supports family literacy.
Funding to support the training of assistance dogs which are matched with children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities.
Funding to support specialty surgeries for children in Kenya with life-threatening conditions.
Funding for the Creative Solutions program, an arts-based intervention and job-training program for youth on juvenile probation.
Funding for general support for after-school and summer programming.
Funding for youth programs focusing on physical, mental and spiritual well-being of children.
Funding to support the Early Childhood Education program which provides therapies and academic development programming for children with chronic health problems.
Funding to support the Summer Signature Experiences program which provides in-depth leadership curriculum and experiences for at-risk youth who aspire to attend college.
Funding to support a hospitality/food service internship and mentorship program for youth released from the juvenile justice system.
Funding toward the Community Services Center which will be used by Cafe Momentum interns as a relaxation center and a connection to services that they may need.
Funding for camperships to El Tesoro de la Vida grief camp which provides support to youth who have experienced loss and for camperships to the inclusion camp for youth with special needs at El Tesoro.
Funding for camperships for youth affected by kidney disease.
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 for the Collaborative Family Engagement Program which builds a strong network of support and nurtures meaningful relationships for children in substitute care.
Funding to support the expansion of mental health services in West Dallas.
Funding to support the Healing Children of Torture program which provides mental health counseling for refugee children and families who have been victims of torture or witnessed torture.
Funding to support the Child Development Centers which provide early childhood education for homeless or low-income children, birth to age five.
Funding to support the operations of Fly Day Events, which provide aviation experiences for children with special needs.
Funding to support faith-based student-mentor matches for youth in South Dallas.
Funding for scholarships for children to attend Chase’s Place, a school that serves children with special needs.
Funding to support the acquisition of an electronic health record system which will enhance productivity and allow for more clients to receive mental health services.
Multi-year funding for backbone organizational capacity to address poverty in Dallas County.
Funding to support the Children’s Care Fund which provides subsidized medical care for children who have a full range of complex developmental disabilities.
Funding for counseling programming which provides mental health care to children and families who have suffered abuse, neglect and domestic violence.
Funding toward the expansion of facilities in Denton which will serve more children who have experienced abuse with forensic and therapeutic services.
Funding to support the Clinical Services Program which provides therapeutic programming to children who have experienced abuse.
Funding for residential Campus Care Program and Trauma-Informed Services that serve children who are in substitute care.
Funding toward renovations of the Youth Outreach and Resource Center which serves homeless youth.
Funding to start the TRAC Drop-In Center, which will connect homeless youth with safe housing through services provided by Transition Resource Action Center and After8toEducate.
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 2018.
Funding to support programming which provides at-risk youth in DISD schools with supportive services and to support the Youth Mental Health First Aide training for staff and teachers.
Funding for hospice services provided through the Little Dove Program.
Funding to support the Weekend Snack Packs and Summer Lunch Boxes programs that support families and children facing food insecurity.
Funding to support general operations of school programming which serves at-risk students with a second chance at graduating from high school.
Funding to support the provision of mental health screening and services to all students and their families.
Funding to support Texas Camp Oasis which provides youth impacted by inflammatory bowel disease a summer camp experience.
Funding to support the operations of CURE Ethiopia which serves youth with disabilities with specialty surgeries.
Funding to support the treatment of clubfoot through a country-wide program in Ethiopia.
Funding to support programs which develop and ensure quality after school programming across Dallas.
Funding to support A Brush with Kindness which provides exterior repairs for homes of vulnerable families.
Funding for CASA staff who screen, train or supervise volunteer advocates to attend Praesidum’s child protection training.
Funding to support the Power Programs which provide youth with guidance, mentorship, and servant leadership lessons with a Christian worldview.
Funding to support renovations of a new day care center for children.
Funding towards a new play therapy room in the Child and Adolescent Hope and Healing Center.
Funding toward the construction of an inclusive playground in Fort Worth where children of all abilities can interact and play together.
Funding to support the DISD Early Childhood Infrastructure project which promotes enrollment in pre-kindergarten instruction.
Funding to support evidence-based family visitation programming provided to families at risk of abuse or neglect.
Funding for additional staff to develop and enhance the after-school programming and provide other wraparound services.
Funding to support programming that promotes character development and life skills for youth through lessons in golf.
Funding to support programming that promotes character development and life skills for youth through lessons in golf.
Funding to support the Safe Babies Court Model which seeks to improve the safety, permanency, and well-being of infants and toddlers in the child welfare system.
Funding towards the Legacy Project capital campaign to construct a school that will serve the refugee community.
Funding to support youth programming which provides academic, language, and character development and the gospel message to refugee children.
Funding to support the Breakthrough Fort Worth Summer Program which equips at-risk youth with academic and leadership skills so they are college-ready at school graduation.
Funding to support the Frazier Kids Program which is an after-school and summer program serving youth in the Frazier neighborhood.
Funding for camperships for Dallas area at-risk youth to attend TRU Camp.
Funding to support Phase II of construction of the Big Cat Habitat.
Funding to support the Girl Scouts outreach 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 to support the Bold Futures Mentoring program which mentors at risk girls and teaches them about life skills.
Funding to support scholarships for girls to participate in after school programming which enhances social and psychological skills and behaviors to successfully navigate life.
Funding to support suicide prevention through education programming and community resources around mental health.
Funding to support the capital campaign for Green Oaks Life Prep campus which will serve youth with intellectual disabilities.
Funding to support the expansion of education and life skills services to individuals with disabilities.
Funding to support programming which facilitates in-home personal care for children with disabilities.
Funding for scholarships to help families with a financial need send their youth with learning differences to Hill School.
Funding to support the Forster to Adopt and Community Education programs which offer life-affirming options to families facing choices regarding the welfare of their children.
Funding to support savings groups in Burundi which provide underserved families with the opportunity to increase their welfare and build community.
Funding to support the critical needs of homeless children across North Texas, including infant resources such as diapers and educational resources for older children.
Funding to support the Survivor Services for Children program which meets the therapeutic needs of children who have witnessed domestic violence.
Multi-year funding to support mental health and psychiatric services for children and adults across a network of locations, including specific continued support for Jubilee Park Community Center.
Funding to increase capacity of foster care homes suited for youth with high-level, therapeutic needs.
Funding for camperships for North Texas families affected by disability to attend family retreat camps.
Funding for school-based character development programming that is facilitated through martial arts classes.
Funding for camperships for Dallas area youth to attend summer camp.
Funding towards The Grow With Us Capital Campaign to renovate and upgrade parts of the camp.
Funding to support the mentoring program which matches at-risk youth with Christian mentors.
Funding to support programming for children with disabilities to access medical care, education, and experience loving inclusion in their homes and communities.
Funding to support pastor training activities in Ethiopia and the Amharic translation of the African Bible Commentary.
Funding to support low-cost mental health counseling services for youth and families.
Funding to support conservation of wildlife in Africa through active protection of elephants and rhinoceros and community development programming.
Funding to support a sustainable model and to start and sustain early childhood education centers.
Multi-year funding to support WASH implementation in Uganda, Zambia, and Nicaragua, which will bring clean water to communities.
Multi-year funding to support an organization-wide investment in human capital.
Multi-year funding to support an organization-wide investment in equipment alignment and upgrades.
Funding to help make a CASA available for every foster child in Rockwall and Kaufman Counties.
Funding to support behavioral health care for children and youth.
Funding to support the Legacy of Hope capital campaign which will increase capacity to serve women dealing with alcohol addiction.
Funding to support therapeutic riding for children and adults with disabilities.
Funding for a complete system assessment of child and youth mental health resources in North Texas.
Multi-year funding to support a Tarrant County-wide equipping of child service agencies to be trauma informed through Trust-Based Relational Intervention.
Funding to support Christ-centered mentoring and youth development programing for youth in West Dallas.
Funding for operating expenses to provide homeless children and families with permanent supportive housing and other supportive services.
Funding to support the Sack Summer Hunger program which serves children dealing with food insecurity.
Funding to support the ASPIRE program which serves preschool students with a limited-English language background.
Funding to support the provision of therapeutic services to children and families impacted by toxic and traumatic stress.
Funding for camperships for Dallas area youth with neuromuscular diseases to attend summer camp.
Funding towards the Campus for Higher learning capital campaign which will serve individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Funding for the Youth Resource Center which provides aftercare for high-risk young women.
Funding for TBRI training and therapeutic mental health services for foster youth.
Funding to support the Client Care Fund which subsidizes the care for women and children receiving mental health services.
Funding to support training and job placement programs for women and girls who are survivors of or are at risk of human trafficking in India.
Funding to support the Mental Health Counseling Program which provides quality mental health services in a community setting.
Funding towards The Stop Hunger Build Hope capital campaign which will provide an improved food distribution facility, a new administration complex, and provide for enhanced operational efficiencies.
Funding to support the Food 4 Kids backpack program which provides weekend meals to youth dealing with food insecurity.
Funding to support programming in Ethiopia which is working across domains of health, agriculture, education, and financial empowerment to alleviate poverty and instill economic resilience in at-risk families.
Funding to support a new home visiting program which combines tele-therapy with clinical counseling.
Funding for camperships for youth from West Dallas to attend summer camp.
Funding to support the Itasca Group Homes Program which serves youth in need of an out-of-home placement due to abuse or neglect.
Funding for afterschool and summer Christian enrichment programming.
Funding to support the Family Connection program which provides children from distressed backgrounds with support groups and mentoring to help build life skills and resilience.
Funding to support animal-assisted therapy for children and adults and to support animal well-being.
Funding for literacy programs that serve youth from West Dallas who are struggling to read.
Funding to support Christian after-school and summer programming for children and youth in East Dallas.
Funding toward the Enduring Families capital project which will expand therapeutic space and toward the immediate replacement of the heating and air conditioning system.
Funding for the Enduring Families counseling program which serves veterans and their families.
Funding to support testing and eye care for infants and children with vision disabilities.
Funding toward the construction of an inclusive playground at Cottonwood Park in Richardson, Texas.
Funding to support adaptive sports programming that serves children and adults with physical disabilities.
Funding to support the SafePlay program which provides child development programs, counseling and therapy, and case management to children residing in the shelter.
Funding for renovation of the Pleasant Grove Community Center as well as support for youth programming at the center.
Funding for the Step Forward Program which provides support and credentialing programming for high school students pursuing careers.
Funding to support programs that prevent babies from becoming victims of abusive shaking and help families impacted by shaken baby syndrome.
Funding to support the Low Vision Program which provides low-income, low-vision children with vision aids.
Funding for renovations to Fannie C. Harris Elementary School which is being re-purposed as a drop in center for homeless youth.
Funding to support the Child Advocacy Clinic which will provide legal aid to youth who are transitioning out of foster care.
Funding to support the Explore Summer 2018 program which provides children from South Dallas summer academic learning and field trips.
Funding for tuition assistance for the 2018-2019 school year and support for the Early Childhood summer camp which serves toddlers.
Funding to support school and community outreach programming to prevent suicide.
Funding to support the Leadership Training and Support Program which is designed to train teachers in whole child development.
Funding to support research related to child welfare in Texas.
Funding to support the development of a rate payment system that rewards quality foster care in Texas.
Funding for follow-up care for high-risk babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit after the babies leave the NICU.
Funding to support ongoing research for development and communication of best practices in child welfare.
Funding to support the Kids Get Arthritis Too Program which serves children with juvenile arthritis and their families in North Texas.
Funding to support the Mental Health Wellness Project which focuses on providing therapy and providing youth with coping skills and emotional intelligence.
Funding to support the Early Childhood Intervention Program and Therapy Services for Children Program which provide therapeutic services to children with developmental differences and disabilities.
Funding to support out-of-school programs which serve West Dallas youth with educational services, social-emotional learning, and character development.
Funding for scholarships for students from low-income families to attend a college preparatory school founded on Christian values.
Funding to support programming to increase students’ social and emotional health and literacy skills through teacher trainings, tutoring, and mentorship.
Funding to support the Dallas Therapeutic Foster Care Program which supports foster care families with trainings and enriched opportunities.
Funding to support a partnership with UT Southwestern to provide counseling services in Uplift schools.
Funding to support construction of the Medical and Treatment Center which will serve rescued animals.
Funding to support summer youth development programming through the B3X summer camp.
Funding to support the general operations of West Dallas Community School.
Funding to support the Nurse Family Partnership Program and Finance and Career programs which provide training in effective parenting and economic resilience to families at risk of abuse or neglect.
Funding for Rape Crisis & Victim Services which provide counseling and promote healing among victims of child sexual assault.
Funding to support child and youth focused programming facilitated through churches in Malawi and Burundi.
Funding to support Year Up programming which connects at-risk young adults with professional development, internship opportunities, and coaching so that they are equipped to participate in careers that provide life opportunity and a living wage.
Funding for after-school and summer programs which serve students with Christian, character-based programming.