2023 Giving Guide
Help Behind Every Door continue to run their community centers and change the way people see and feel poverty in Dallas. Behind Every Door’s mission is to transform lives in under-served neighborhoods by being present daily, believing the best about those who live there, and working with other organizations to help inspire and build up the community.
The mission of The Birthday Party Project is to bring joy to children experiencing homelessness through the magic of a birthday celebration. They partner with local shelters and transitional living centers and show up monthly to make sure no birthday falls through the cracks!
Klyde Warren Park is free for all, and it’s up to us to keep it that way. Klyde Warren Park does not receive funding from the City of Dallas and depends on the support of the community. Help us reach our annual fundraising goal and donate today.
LEAP Global Missions provides specialized surgical services to underserved populations around the world. Since 1991, they’ve been called to serve others by sending surgical teams to treat children without access to appropriate medical care, bringing hope and healing in an effort to make the world a better place!
The mission of The Magdalen House is to help individuals with alcoholism achieve sobriety and sustain recovery, and remains the only agency in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to offer comprehensive recovery services – without insurance or state funding – 100% free of charge.
$20 can cover the cost of one visit to a recovery meeting or workshop for an alcoholic individual seeking education and fellowship.
Rivertree Academy is a Christian independent school located in the Lake Como Community of Fort Worth, Texas. They believe that children of Rivertree will go on to be agents for change in their communities, and the best way to achieve that goal is to teach them to Learn, Love, Work, and Lead Well. Their students attend on scholarships, because of our many generous partners and donors who make this education possible!
Union Gospel Mission began as a street ministry in 1949 when a group of Christian businessmen took to the streets of Dallas, telling the poor about God’s love for them. With the help of volunteers they offered food and clothings to those in need. Although times have changed, their mission and focus has remained the same; to provide a safe and healthy environment for homeless men, women, children, and veterans.
United to Learn strives to close resource and opportunity gaps across our Dallas ISD partner elementary schools. Donate to help provide all students with the resources they deserve to learn, grow and lead.
West Dallas Community School was founded in 1995 to serve the families of West Dallas, one of the most underserved areas in our city. WDCS offers a private, Christian education for children in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.
Woodrow Community Peace Pantry is an East Dallas area nonprofit corporation organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes. The Woodrow Community Peace Pantry helps supplement meals and provides healthy snacks, uniforms/shoes for our DISD students in need.