Funding to support their 29 Rides program, which teaches individuals with Autism how to safely use and schedule transportation.
Funding to offset expenses incurred in response to COVID-19 including the purchase of personal protective equipment, medical supplies, food, and additional staff.
Funding for the clinical services program, which provides counseling services for victims of child abuse or neglect and their non-offending family members.
Funding to support the graduation of three teams of service dogs that will be provided free of charge to children with physical and developmental disabilities.
Funding to support their life-saving, pediatric surgeries for children in Africa with congenital defects, hydrocephalus, and other conditions.
Funding will support their summer distance learning program for low-income students within DISD.
Funding to provide hot meals and distribute meal boxes to families in the Bonton neighborhood in Southern Dallas.
Funding to support their grab-n-go lunch initiative during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support their initiative to provide food to families throughout Tarrant County during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support their timely work in providing childcare for essential workers, first responders, grocery store workers, and restaurant employees during the coronavirus crisis.
Funding to support their ability to provide fresh food to families while school is out due to COVID-19.
Funding to support an increased demand on their food pantry services as a result of COVID-19.
Funding for after-school programming aimed at improving the physical, mental and spiritual well-being of children.
Funding to support their financial assistance program that provides financial coaching and assistance to families experiencing difficulties associated with COVID-19.
Funding to respond to the needs of children and their families by providing medically managed child care, respite care and community-based, family centered support systems.
Funding to provide financial assistance to Buckner’s kinship foster care families that are struggling due to COVID-related job loss or hour reduction.
Funding to provide food to students and families in need.
Funding for camperships to Camp Fire First Texas, a special camp to help children work through the natural process of grieving the death of a loved one.
Funding for camperships for youth with diabetes to attend a therapeutic summer camp.
Funding to support the Partnerships for Accessible Counseling and Training (PACT) Program, which provides those in underserved communities with mental health counseling services.
Funding to expand telehealth and counseling services by providing families that do not have access to technology with tablets and wifi.
Funding to support childcare for parents deemed essential workers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to provide virtual supportive instruction and in-home physical therapy to students and their parents through the fall.
Funding to provide toddler care items such as formula, wipes and diapers, and child development activities to families.
Funding to sustain staff and their ability to respond to an increased report of child abuse during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support childcare expenses for hospital staff working extended shifts due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support the increased demand from their clientele in Desoto for both food and financial services due to COVID-related circumstances.
Funding for dam repairs and construction of a female bath-shower house at the Trevor Rees-Jones Scout Camp.
Funding for street outreach programs as well as the Youth Resource Center where homeless teens learn life skills.
Funding to support the TRAC program, which serves foster youth and homeless youth by providing food, personal and hygiene items, counseling and shelter including shower and laundry services.
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 the North Texas Response Fund, which provides emergency funds for COVID-19 relief to North Texas nonprofits serving vulnerable populations.
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 provide hospice care during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to provide family assistance and medical equipment for children in care.
Funding to provide essential services to additional homeless community members during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to provide food, cleaning supplies, and toiletries to their students at-risk during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support the provision of mental health screening and services to all students and their families.
Funding to provide spiritual and emotional support to the boys and young men that reside in far east Dallas during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to feed low-income children and families in Dallas County.
Funding will support CURE’s robust COVID-related prevention across their hospital network in Africa.
Funding to purchase laptops for their students and teachers as they continue e-learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Funding to provide training and guidance to the out of school time agency partners in order to safety re-open in compliance with the CDC.
Funding to support their expanded food pantry serving those impacted by COVID-19.
Funding to support advocacy, forensic, and therapeutic services provided to youth who are victims of abuse.
Multi-year funding to support the provision of free spay and neuter services in southern Dallas through a collaboration of providers, with the goal of eliminating the problem of loose dogs in the community.
Funding to provide small grants to grassroots childcare providers to help them stay open during the COVID outbreak.
Funding to supplement the continued care of their 30 therapy horses, and support the clinical staff providing continued mental health counseling to their clients.
Funding to provide the families in transitional housing and program graduates with basic needs, food, and personal items during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to expand the YES program, which provides wrap-around services to youth and their families that address serious emotional disturbances.
Funding to support programming that promotes character development and life skills for youth through lessons in golf.
Funding will provide short-term rental assistance to refugee families experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-related circumstances.
Funding to support the Breakthrough Program hosted by FWCDS each summer that provides high-promise youth with college and life readiness programs.
Funding to provide food provisions and educational activities to families with school-age children in several Fort Worth neighborhoods.
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, which teaches Christian discipleship, character and leadership.
Funding to continue providing emergency shelter and transitional housing services during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to for Genesis’s capital campaign, which will include a non-residential facility providing more space and enabling the expansion of their clinical team.
Funding to provide community members with counseling, basic food needs as well as assistance with transportation, childcare, and payday loan recovery due to COVID-related struggles.
Funding to support programming which facilitates in-home personal care for children with disabilities.
Funding to support Heroes for Families’ Family Financial Assistance Program, which provides emergency financial assistance to families with children battling cancer.
Funding to provide food provisions and other supplies to communities in need across Dallas during the COVID outbreak.
Funding to support prevention programming surrounding teen pregnancies and services that reduce at-risk families’ involvement with CPS.
Funding to provide food, supplies and DIY educational projects to their students during the COVID outbreak.
Funding to provide critically needed resources to infants and toddlers of homeless and low-income families during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support training and technical assistance for anti-trafficking units and justice officials inside the Ugandan justice system.
Funding to provide food boxes with personal items to teens who are homeless and vulnerable.
Funding to provide job search services and emergency financial assistance to families experiencing job loss as a result of COVID-19.
Funding to support innovations aimed at ending modern-day slavery in India.
Funding to continue operating their emergency shelter, girls’ residential therapeutic program, and transitional living program during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Funding to purchase laptops for the youth housed at Kyle’s Place Youth Shelter for access to virtual learning platforms for summer school.
Funding to assist staff members stationed at the Joint Emergency Center as they screen individuals entering the homeless shelter during the COVID-19 outbreak, and provide required medical supplies necessary for screenings.
Funding to support the JPS Adolescent Inpatient Unit for youth facing severe mental health illnesses.
Funding to aid Jubilee’s efforts to support the community during the COVID outbreak, which includes food provision for families and seniors, financial assistance and enrichment curriculum.
Funding to provide assistance with increased meal demand due to COVID-19 restrictions imposed on senior and youth facilities.
Funding to support the Just Say Yes Campus Impact Plan, which is a student-led, peer-to-peer mentoring program focused on upper classmen mentoring freshmen.
Funding to support anti-human trafficking work in northern India.
Funding for school-based character development programming that is facilitated through martial arts classes.
Funding for music therapy programming for children dealing with chronic conditions, hospitalization or trauma.
Funding to provide KIPP students and their families at the poverty-level with financial assistance through the newly established COVID-19 and Beyond Fund.
Funding to support children with disabilities in Kenya by providing school fees, medical expense relief, and items like wheelchairs and other assistive devices.
Funding to support services across Living Water’s Africa network that prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Funding for the North Texas Evidence-Based Practice Learning Collaborative and to support the successful implementation of the Child Psychiatry Access Network (CPAN) and Texas Child Health Access Through Telemedicine (TCHATT) deliverables.
Funding to continue operating their shelter for homeless and formerly incarcerated men during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to meet the increased demand for their food pantry and rental assistance program due to COVID-related circumstances.
Funding to support the emergency shelter’s ability to continue operating at full capacity during the COVID-19 outbreak through the purchase of supplies, food, and supplemental child-related learning materials.
Funding to support their shift to online programming, which will enable My Possibilities to continue supporting skill development and learning for their clients with developmental disabilities during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support the shift to virtual support groups for persons with mental illness and their caregivers due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Funding to support their expanded food distribution in the Richardson area brought on by COVID-related job loss and financial difficulties.
Funding to offset expenses related to continued programming for children and adolescent girls in the shelter during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support the Client Care Fund, which subsidizes the care for women and children receiving mental health services.
Funding for integrated health and counseling services for children and youth.
Funding to provide for the purchase, package, transport and delivery of food to community partner agencies and people adversely affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
Funding to supplement the care and medical treatment of the animals on-site during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to sustain their parking lot ministry that provides emergency services to individuals that are homeless during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding for the Transitional Living Center Program that provides a stable environment, case management services, critical life skills, and a network of resources for young women to become self-reliant.
Funding for the purchase of two rapid disease testing machines.
Funding to support the training of service dogs for individuals with disabilities.
Funding to supplement the care of their farm and companion animals as well as the clinicians so that they can continue uninterrupted mental health counseling during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to provide vulnerable families with shelter and food during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding for the Women and Children’s program which serves homeless families to help them achieve independence and permanent housing.
Funding to support their food distribution program that provides families with household items and nonperishable food.
Funding to support their efforts to feed vulnerable families living in motels due to overflow of homeless and domestic violence shelters as a result of COVID-19 protocols.
Funding to provide ongoing care for their 45 therapy animals, and to support their mental health counseling program.
Funding to support the Summer 2020 Road to Readiness program where teachers visit neighborhood homes to distribute the fall academic calendar and grade-level appropriate instructional materials and activity sheets.
Funding to support virtual teletherapy and case management for their Enduring Families program that serves veterans.
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 for the SafePlay program, which provides child development programs, counseling and therapy, and case management to children residing in the shelter.
Funding to support their distribution hubs, shelters, and spiritual care services during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support programs that prevent babies from becoming victims of abusive shaking and help families impacted by shaken baby syndrome.
Funding to support their basic needs assistance programs, which provide food and emergency bill pay assistance to vulnerable families in southeastern Dallas County.
Funding to sustain their veterinary staff during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to assist with capacity-building efforts and operations.
Funding to make technology acquisitions for distance learning and provide expanded tuition subsidy for families with lesser means.
Funding for the 24-hour Crisis Line that takes calls from individuals in crisis.
Funding to support the food distribution program, which serves families that have lost their jobs or are in general need of assistance due to COVID-19.
Funding for the Rees-Jones Fund at The Dallas Foundation.
Funding for the COVID-19 Relief Fund, which provides emergency funds to North Texas nonprofits serving vulnerable populations.
Funding to support the domestic violence shelter and extended hours for programming during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to provide essential services to clients experiencing furloughs, job loss and reduction in work hours due to COVID-19.
Funding for strategic child abuse prevention through trauma-informed and ACEs aware therapeutic services.
Funding to support their efforts to assist Meals on Wheels with deliveries to seniors during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to provide virtual therapy services, case management, and essential items to the families of children with special needs during the COVID outbreak.
Funding to support their trauma counseling for first-responders, healthcare workers, spouses of front-line workers, isolated patients and their families as well as those experiencing new or exacerbated mental health conditions due to COVID-19.
Funding to support full shelter operations during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support the Children’s Enrichment Program, which develops individualized educational plans for children residing in the shelter.
Funding to support United Way’s initiative to feed 470 families living in 12 apartment complexes in low-income zip codes across Tarrant County.
Funding to provide food and hygiene products to the families they serve experiencing hardship.
Funding to support the ASPIRE After School Program, which aims to help youth become committed, passionate believers, career and college ready, and contributors to their local communities and beyond.
Funding to provide supplemental food acquisition and funds for financial assistance and additional staff during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support the Nurse-Family Partnership Program that offers support and essential items (diapers, formula, etc.) to first-time, at-risk mothers.
Funding to support the Enable the Children Program, which provides rehabilitation care for children with disabilities.
Funding to provide child care for essential workers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Funding to support the inner city and Capernaum ministries, which serve the region’s most vulnerable and at-risk youth.
Funding for after-school and summer programs that serve students with Christian, character-based programming.