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CFT funded emergency requests received via the North Texas Cares online grant application portal from our North Texas Community Response Fund, supplemented by CFT's discretionary dollars, including CFT's W.W. Caruth, Jr. Fund.

To date, CFT's response fund has awarded grants totaling more than $19 million to more than 400 local nonprofits. For more information about these organizations and their emergency need descriptions, search the grantee database below or click through the alphabetical listings.

To donate to CFT's North Texas Community Response Fund, click here. To partner with CFT to help fund any of these noprofits and their needs, contact grants@cftexas.org.

 

22Kill


22Kill aims to create a community that raises awareness and combats suicide by empowering veterans, first responders, and their families through traditional and non-traditional therapies.

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$5,000.00

2ndSaturday Community Development Corporation


2ndSaturday is a faith-based, volunteer-led movement that exists to inspire and empower the community to experience their God-given value through relationships, service, and community transformation.

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$10,000.00

Abide Women’s Health Services


Abide Women’s Health Services (Abide) provides health services to women and their families, with the goal of improving birth outcomes in communities with the lowest quality of care.

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$25,000.00

Ability Connection Texas


Ability Connection’s mission is to enrich the lives of people with disabilities by providing world-class services for each individual and their family. Their impact and training centers support individuals with significant disabilities such as cerebral palsy, quadriplegia, and other acute intellectual and physical disabilities.

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$15,000.00

Abounding Prosperity


Abounding Prosperity, Inc.’s mission is to provide services to address health, social and economic disparities among Black Americans with a particular emphasis on gay and bisexual men, cisgender women, and their families.

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$10,000.00

Adult Rehabilitation Ministries


The mission of Adult Rehabilitation Ministry (ARM) is to help transform the lives of individuals who suffer from chemical dependency.

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$10,000.00

Advocate Foundation


The mission of the Advocate Foundation is to foster an informed Dallas citizenry by providing community-level information in neighborhood news deserts and by using deep reporting and analysis to explore solutions to complex civic issues. They have two focus areas: digging into Dallas’ underserved news deserts with community journalism, beginning with the South Dallas and West Dallas neighborhoods; and tackling complex civic issues with a solutions-focused journalism collaborative.

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$5,000.00

AES Literacy Institute


The mission of AES Literacy Institute is to motivate under-educated and underprivileged adult learners to obtain the education and career training necessary to be self-sufficient.

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$5,000.00

After-School All-Stars


After-School All-Stars (ASAS) North Texas provides comprehensive, out-of-school programs that keep children safe and help them succeed in school and life.

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$10,000.00

COVID-19 Grant Funding

To date, the 45+ funders participating in North Texas Cares have granted more than $60 million to nonprofits for COVID-19 related emergency needs.

Learn more at NorthTexasCares.org