Funding to support the Early Childhood Education and Family Literacy Program which teaches English language literacy to children and parents.
Funding to support out-of-school-time enrichment programming for DISD middle school students.
Funding to support mental health and trauma awareness training for youth pastors.
Funding for The Greater Dallas Mission program which trains teachers and parents to be engage in healthy relationships with students.
Funding for the WAY Program which helps increase the independence of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Funding to support quality early childhood development programming in Bachman Lake.
Funding for the Jobs Program which helps individuals with intellectual disabilities to live independently.
Funding for faith-based mentoring for at-risk youth.
Funding to support animal conservation in the Greater Amboseli area of Kenya.
Funding to support the Passport to Manhood summer camp which promotes responsibility and character development in young boys.
Funding for Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County’s ongoing effort towards Continuous Quality Improvement to improve outcomes in out-of-school and summer programs.
Funding for character formation and youth development taught through lacrosse.
Funding to provide healthy food and nutrition education to low-income families.
Funding for camperships for youth with disabilities.
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 Tosoro.
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 to support Carrell Clinic Foundation’s Charity Care Program, which donates musculoskeletal-related supplies and medical treatment.
Funding for Casa del Lago’s early childhood development program for families in Bachman Lake.
Funding to serve child victims of abuse and neglect in Tarrant County with a CASA advocate.
Funding to support the expansion of mental health services in West Dallas.
Funding to support 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 special needs children.
Funding for scholarships for children to attend Chase’s Place, a school that serves children with special needs.
Funding to support the Clinical Services Program which provides therapeutic programming to children who have experienced abuse.
Multi-year funding for the Rees-Jones Center for Foster Care Excellence for continued growth, operational funding, and evaluation.
Funding for the CMNpact capacity building program for North Texas organizations serving people with disabilities.
Funding for Commit’s early childhood education work in Dallas County.
Funding to support North Texas Giving Day in 2019.
Funding for the Integrated Student Support model which addresses at-risk students’ academic and non-academic needs.
Funding for the Integrated Student Support model which addresses at-risk students’ academic and non-academic needs.
Funding to support general operations of school programming which serves at-risk students with a second chance at graduating from high school.
Funding to recruit, train, and support community volunteers who serve as Guardian ad litem for abused or neglected children in Collin County.
Funding for the GRIT (Grace, Responsibility, Integrity and Tenacity), a social emotional support program for high school students.
Funding to support Texas Camp Oasis which provides youth impacted by inflammatory bowel disease a summer camp experience.
Funding to support capital improvements to hospital infrastructure across the CURE hospital network.
Funding for the CURE Ethiopia Children’s Hospital which serves youth with orthopedic cases.
Funding for scholarships for students with learning differences and special needs.
Funding to support programs which develop and ensure quality after school programming across Dallas.
Funding to increase organizational capacity to serve animal welfare needs and to hire a canine specialist.
Funding to support the Youth Transition Program which will help deaf youth seeking to enter the workforce as they transition into adulthood.
Funding to support the FourSteps 2.0 program which accredits childcare centers in low-income areas.
Funding to support capital improvements at Evergreen Life Services’ Dallas day program facility.
Funding to support evidence-based family visitation programming provided to families at risk of abuse or neglect.
Funding for the Children’s Counseling Program, which addresses the mental health needs of child family violence victims.
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 to support youth programming which provides academic, language, and character development and Christian witness to refugee children.
Funding for Christian youth development through out-of-school time programming and mentoring.
Funding for quality after-school programming for inner-city youth in Fort Worth.
Funding for camperships for Dallas area at-risk youth to attend TRU Camp.
Funding to support afterschool and summer programming for children living with their mothers in the housing and employment programming.
Funding to support the Girl Scouts outreach programs which serves girls who would not otherwise have access to a traditional Girl Scout troop.
Funding to support the Adoptions from Foster Care Program and the new Gladney Home Program which helps connect youth with permeant homes.
Funding for the Head, Heart, and Hand Afterschool Program which promotes character and social-emotional development and academic success among youth in the Vickery Meadow neighborhood.
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.
Multi-year funding for organizational support and Ethiopia specific support to provide clubfoot treatment to children in developing countries.
Funding to support a therapeutic assistance program for children with disabilities.
Funding to support pro-life services in the DFW Metroplex.
Funding to serve at-risk high school students with resources to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.
Funding for the Hope & Horizons program which serves school-aged youth of resident families with after-school and summer programming.
Funding for camperships for North Texas families affected by disability to attend family retreat camps.
Funding to support after-school and summer programming for children in Southeast Dallas.
Funding for basic needs and life skills services for young women who are exiting the foster care system.
Funding for the Campus Impact Plan which provides peer-to-peer mentoring for youth.
Funding to support anti-human trafficking work in northern India.
Funding for camperships for Dallas area youth to attend summer camp.
Funding to support the mentoring program which matches at-risk youth with Christian mentors.
Funding to purchase land for a resource center which will serve children with disabilities in Kenya.
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 for the Early Childhood Education Program which prepares children of immigrant or refugee families to be prepared for elementary school.
Funding to support the B4Six Program which provides quality, early childhood education and parent education classes for families with young children.
Funding for wishes for children in the Dallas-Fort Worth area with life-threatening health conditions.
Funding to support therapeutic riding for children and adults with disabilities.
Funding to support Christ-centered mentoring and youth development programing for youth in West Dallas.
Funding to support the 2019 Sack Summer Hunger program which serves children dealing with food insecurity.
Funding to support the provision of therapeutic services to children and families impacted by toxic and traumatic stress.
Funding to improve the wellbeing of disabled children in Uganda.
Funding for camperships for Dallas area youth with neuromuscular diseases to attend summer camp.
Funding for year round out-of-school programming focusing on student’s social-emotional health and faith development.
Funding for scholarships for students with learning differences.
Funding to support the Fatherhood FOCUS, a program which helps build family skills that allow foster children to return home.
Funding to support a data integration project between Nurse-Family Partnership and Parkland Health and Hospital System.
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 for the medical care for rescued dogs and cats.
Funding for the Service Dog Training Program, which provides service dogs for disabled veterans.
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 the Women and Children’s program which serves homeless families to help them achieve independence and permanent housing.
Funding to support animal-assisted therapy for children and adults, and to support animal well-being.
Funding for the Team Read program which serves youth from West Dallas who are struggling to read.
Funding for facility renovations for after-school and summer programming for children and youth in East Dallas.
Funding to support general operations of Rivertree Academy, which provides quality education to under-resourced children.
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 to support the Snip, Snip Hooray campaign, which will provide spay-neuter surgeries in Tarrant County.
Funding to support programming to prevent babies from being victims of abusive shaking and to support families that have been impacted by a shaken baby.
Funding to support increased capacity for residential homes serving youth in substitute care.
Funding to support and expand the Pediatric Mood Disorders Network which connects youth with mental health screening and measurement-based care.
Funding for animal welfare programming through animal behavior support, staff training, volunteer support, and animal cruelty investigations and supports.
Funding to support counseling and social-emotional learning programs.
Funding for tuition assistance for the 2019-2020 school year and to support the We Believe capital campaign.
Funding for the Home Visiting Project in Dallas ISD which supports teachers who want to visit students in their homes.
Funding to support long-term strategic planning to sustain the welfare of Texas.
Funding to support assess community readiness for community-based foster care in regions 3A and 3C.
Funding to support ongoing research for development and communication of best practices in child welfare.
Funding for the Pursuing Excellence Campaign which will involve remodeling the Pre-K Center, Middle School and Chapel.
Funding for UNT’s Animal Assisted Therapy internship program for graduate students at Paws for Reflection Ranch.
Funding for the Grow With Me program for early developmental screenings.
Funding for the Therapeutic Early Child Development Program which supports the overall development of homeless children in an early childhood learning setting.
Funding for Christian before-school, after-school, and summer programming for at-risk youth in West Dallas.
Funding to support the Grief Support Program which provides emotional support for children who have experienced the death of a loved one.
Funding to support the Early Childhood Intervention Program and Clinic Therapy Services for developmentally delated and disabled children in North Texas.
Funding to support summer youth development programming through the B3X summer camp.
Funding to support the Child Development and Families for Life programs in Burundi and Malawi.
Funding for Christian youth ministry programming in inner-city schools in Dallas.