Fund Listing

  • Fund

  • Dallas Foundation Community Impact Fund

    Enables The Dallas Foundation to respond to changing community needs and emergencies, to support innovative solutions to community problems and to enhance the quality of community life. No restrictions are placed on how these funds can be used, leaving their most effective charitable application to the expertise and discretion of the Foundation's Board of Governors

  • The Dallas Foundation Disaster Relief Fund

    To help address needs in the aftermath of a public emergency or other crisis event primarily within North Texas. Examples include but are not limited to weather calamities such as hurricanes, tornadoes or floods; industrial accidents; fire; chemical emergencies; public health crisis; public safety or acts of terrorism. The relief program may grant to first-response organizations if community needs dictate or address lingering community needs once emergency issues are addressed.

  • Good Works Under 40 Fund

    Good Works Under 40 celebrates the volunteer efforts and achievements of Dallas citizens under age 40 - young in age, but wise in their investments of time, energy and creativity, and truly making a difference in the lives of North Texans

  • Companion Animal Funders Coalition Fund

    promotes the welfare of companion animals in the City of Dallas

  • Dallas Foundation Administrative Fund

    this fund can be used for making online payments for certain events at the Foundation

  • Dallas Contributors Network Fund

    to support Dallas Contributors Network

  • Women's Philanthropy Institute Fund

    to support Women's Philanthropy Institute Fund

  • ACTS Foundation

    to help the less fortunate in the United States and impoverished nations around the world

  • Aging Mind Foundation

    to address and support critical issues unique to the aging mind, including research, treatment, education, and advocacy

  • Angela Andrade Foundation

    to assist metastatic breast cancer patients and their families to find and enjoy what Angela Andrade referred to as "silver linings."

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