View the Foundation’s 2019 Summary of Grants – available here!
Funding for its in-school reading programs targeting children at 14 low-performing elementary schools in southern Dallas.
Funding for the Early Childhood Education Program, which offers high-quality, subsidized childcare and developmental programming to children of impoverished families.
Funding to support early childhood development, maternal and child nutrition, and eviction prevention for low-income families.
Funding to support The Rees-Jones Center for Foster Care Excellence, which addresses the unique needs of children in foster care in North Texas, including physical, mental, and behavioral conditions.
Funding for the Medicine of the Heart Program, which provides financial assistance to families that are facing dire financial circumstances while caring for a child with terminal cancer.
Funding to expand its Power Youth programming, which includes mentoring and character building for youth in low opportunity areas.
Funding to provide last resort financial assistance to children with disabilities in Tarrant County with unmet needs.
Funding to support programming that facilitates in-home personal care for children with disabilities.
Funding to support construction of the Jubilee Park Community Health Clinic, which will provide medical and mental health services to the community.
Funding for the Sack Summer Hunger Program, which serves children that are facing food insecurity during the summer months.
Funding to support its Counseling and Family Advocacy Program, which provides counseling services to child victims of abuse and their non-offending family members.
Funding for youth development programs, which provide students with social-emotional learning, spiritual development and academic skill-building.
Funding to support SafePlay, its wrap-around program that provides children with transitional housing, counseling, legal services, and case management.
Funding for general operations as it works to ensure Texans’ well-being and economic prosperity.
Funding to protect Texas children from the trauma of abuse and neglect and empower families to thrive through education, research, and advocacy.
Funding for its Urban Young Life, Capernaum, and Young Lives programs, which all seek to create access to Christian discipleship for teens and children.