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Dallas 24 Hour Club

Starting in 1969, Dallas 24 Hour Club provides safe, sober transitional living for homeless men and women who seek a brand new life away from alcohol and drugs.

1969

Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital

Since 1952, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital treats all children regardless of their parent’s ability to pay. The Child Life Program addresses the social and emotional needs of children and their families while in the hospital.

1952

Housing Crisis Center

Housing Crisis Center’s mission is to prevent homelessness and to stabilize those at risk in decent, affordable, and permanent housing, and to empower them to solve their own housing problems in the future.

1978

Youth With Faces

Youth With Faces gives young men and women in Dallas County’s juvenile justice system a second chance at being more than a statistic. By learning and practicing the skills to live positively in society, they can break the cycle of incarceration and create more promising futures – for themselves and our entire community.

2001

29 Acres

29 Acres elevates the quality of life for adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by creating a dynamic housing community enriched with customized programming where every person will be empowered to live with purpose and joy.

2015

The Little Lighthouse

Founded in 1972, the Little Light House is to glorify God by improving the quality of life for children with special needs, their families, and their communities by providing tuition-free educational and therapeutic services to children with special needs ages birth to six.

1972

Pathways Adult Learning Center

Pathways Adult Learning Center provides a unique Christian program dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for adults with intellectual disabilities.

2009

The Samaritan Inn

The Samaritan Inn is a comprehensive homeless program that helps willing people gain dignity and independence.

Suicide & Crisis Center of North Texas

Suicide & Crisis Center helps those in crisis, especially suicidal crisis, find hope for the future.

1966

Grant Halliburton Foundation

The Grant Halliburton Foundation works to strengthen the network of mental health resources for children, teens, and young adults; promote better mental health; and prevent suicide.

2006

McCombs School of Business The University of Texas at Austin

The McCombs School of Business is dedicated to educating the business leaders of tomorrow while creating knowledge for industry and society.

Hope Supply Co.

Hope Supply Co. meets the critical needs of homeless and at-risk children across North Texas by providing necessities including diapers, clothing, school supplies and toys to enhance their lives.

1989

Chamberlain Ballet

Chamberlain Ballet is committed to presenting excellent ballet to enrich the North Texas community, enlighten with arts education, and encourage through outreach programs.

1984

Communities in Schools of Greater Tarrant County

Communities in Schools of Greater Tarrant County is part of a national network of CIS programs serving over one million students annually. CIS surrounds students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Since 1992, CIS of Greater Tarrant County have served the most at-risk and vulnerable youth.

1992

Trinity River Mission

Beginning in the early 1960s, Trinity River Mission is a volunteer-based community learning center that promotes literacy, encourages academic success, and develops effective life skills among disadvantaged youth in West Dallas, in the belief that education connects us to life’s possibilities.

1960s

Center For Survivors of Torture

Center for Survivors of Torture facilitates healing, eases the transition to new beginnings and fosters hope in survivors.

1997

Operation Hope Prison Ministry

Operation Hope Prison Ministry provides services to the men, women and children impacted by incarceration. They offer support to this population to lower recidivism rates and the incidence of first-time offenders among their children, ultimately reducing the crime and violence that threaten neighborhoods and families.

1994

Uncharted Ministries

Uncharted Ministries Informs, Inspires and Challenges, the Body of Christ to join the movement of God among both Jews and Muslims in the Middle East and in uncharted territories around the world.

1995

Men of Nehemiah

Men of Nehemiah is a Christian organization designed to rebuild the lives of men and families that have been torn apart by the vicious onslaught of poverty, homelessness, substance abuse, crime and violence.

2010

e3 Partners/Not Forgotten

e3 Partners equips God’s people to evangelize his word and establish his church. Not Forgotten seeks to elevate women to the Biblical place of honor reserved for them in Christ.

2019

Tulsa Boys’ Home

Tulsa Boys’ Home provides the highest quality residential care for young boys needing placement outside their home, for the purpose of developing well-adjusted, responsible adults and strengthening the family.

1918

Thrive Women’s Clinic

Thrive Women’s Clinic extends Christ-like love in a compassionate and responsive manner that values the family and empowers women and their partners to choose life.

GFM Ministries

GFM Ministries is a Christian organization that brings holistic, self-sustaining solutions to poverty with the love and hope of Christ; serving over 250,000 people in hundreds of rural villages with community-transforming projects like economic development, education, medical aid, and more.

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The Well Community

The Well Community brings hope and healing to adults living with mental illness through healthy relationship, essential services, and meaningful work.

2002

Recovery Resource Council

Since its inception in 1957, Recovery Resource Council promotes wellness and recovery from alcohol, addiction and mental health issues.

1957

PediPlace

PediPlace Makes Healthcare A Reality For Every Kid.

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Community Partners of Dallas

Community Partners of Dallas ensures safety, restores dignity and inspires hope for the abused and neglected children served by Dallas County Child Protective Services.

1989

Mental Health America of Greater Dallas

Founded in 1947, Mental Health American of Greater Dallas has been consistently serving the people of Dallas County and its surrounding communities for over 60 years. Their mission is to lead the community in improving mental health through advocacy and education.

1947

The Magdalen House

Since 1987, The Magdalen House is helping women achieve sobriety and sustain recovery at no cost and based on 12-Step spiritual principles

1987

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