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CFT in Collin County

At Communities Foundation of Texas what matters most to us is thriving communities for allIt drives our actions, influences our decision-making, informs our programming, inspires our grants, and more!

 

Serving the Collin County area

CFT has been supporting donors and nonprofits in the Collin County Area for decades. Over the past 15 years, Collin County, along with all of North Texas, has always been extremely generous. Communities Foundation of Texas has made more than 9,321 grants to 900+ organizations in Collin County, totaling more than $100 million.

NTX Giving Day Impact

In 2021, CFT’s NTX Giving Day was another record-breaker with $66 million raised, benefitting over 3,300 local nonprofits. In Collin County, $8.5 million was donated to 421 Collin County nonprofits, which was a 20% increase in 2021. Additionally, a total of 14,393 Collin County donors gave on NTX Giving Day. 

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Collin County Assessment

In an effort to support nonprofits and community leaders with actionable data, CFT released the 2020 Collin County Economic Opportunity Assessment in October 2020. We are proud to have partnered with JPMorgan Chase in the presentation of this assessment, conducted by Every Texan, for Collin County. While it’s too early to see the full impact of the pandemic on Collin County, the report provides some early economic indicators of how residents are faring in terms of employment, affected job sectors, and health insurance coverage. We believe it can be used to outline both the strengths and challenges for Collin County communities as they move forward in this new environment.

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Collin County residents, business executives, and nonprofit leaders gathered in 2019 to celebrate the Grand Opening of CFT's office at Hall Park and the Collin County Impact Fund reaching the $1 million mark!

2022 Nonprofit Success Institute

As Collin County grows, so do its challenges with issues such as homelessness, hunger and affordable housing. To help nonprofits address pressing needs for Collin County residents, CFT and the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas joined forces to create the Collin County Nonprofit Success Institute, an educational cohort supporting nonprofits that primarily serve low-income families and individuals. The goal of this opportunity is to expand the network of local leaders and support the development of strategies to advance equity for families in Collin County that face disparities in education, income, and health.

This educational program offers concepts for CEOs, program staff, fundraising staff, marketing/branding staff, and HR staff. Classes will be taught by experts who understand the challenges and barriers faced by nonprofits in Collin County, and how to transform and elevate the organization.

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Collin County Impact Fund

Communities Foundation of Texas established the Collin County Impact Fund with an initial gift of $500,000 to build dedicated support for nonprofits serving this growing community. Grants from this fund will provide support for nonprofit organizations addressing the most pressing needs and promising opportunities for the communities of Collin County.
 

To maintain the vitality of Collin County’s growing communities, CFT is looking for committed, community-minded, forward-thinking individuals and businesses to join us in growing the Collin County Impact Fund! Building this fund will help ensure there will always be dedicated charitable resources to provide support and funding for our most vulnerable citizens for generations to come.

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Thank You to Our Supporters!

We gratefully acknowledge the leadership and support of these generous contributors who have joined us in this important investment in Collin County:

Craig and Kathryn Hall

Alison and Jeff Balcombe
Deborah and Scott Boxer
Jill and Michael Dardick
Independent Financial
Beth and Tom Montgomery
Prosperity Bank
Tracy and Brian Rinehart
Carolyn and Mark Speese

 

Hong and Jim Bass
Diane and Dick Evans

ATMOS Energy
Capital One
Carol and Ed Maier
Florence and Howard Shapiro
Susan and Dave Scullin

Michael J. Adamczyk
Adil Adi
Andrea-Mennen Family Foundation
Asava Family Foundation
Missy and Doug Bender
Lauren and Greg Benson
Fonsa and George Brody
Kelly and Russ Buettner
Jean and Glenn Callison
Frances Campbell
Rebecca and Chris Caso
Jeri and Rick Chambers
Laura and Chris Curran
Jonathan Cocks
Desai Family Fund
Chris and David Downs
Mary Floyd
Elizabeth Goldman
Carole and Howard Greisdorf
Higdon Family Fund
Sarah and John Humphrey
Jennifer Jafari
Buzz Kolbe
Steve Matthews
Louise and Jeff Master
Maus Family Charitable Fund
Deepa and Raj Menon
Janice Mitchell
Betty Montgomery
Joa and John Muns
Sandy Nachman
Carolyn and Denton Newham
Kara and Andrew Olson
Kimberly O’Neil
Craig Perry
Pamela and Tony Petty
Judy and Sam Roach
Jan Rugg
Erik M. Schafer
Suzie and Randy Shackelford
Angie and Joe Sifferman
Jo Clary Smithen
Mary Stanton
Swan Smith Family Fund
Cathy and Scott Sweet
Texas Health Presbyterian Plano
Andrea and Kent Thompson
Camille Ussery
Thara and Aditya Varanasi
Kelly and William Vaughan
Marny and Cody Weaver
Beth and Duncan Webb

North Texas Cares

North Texas Cares was launched in March 2020 to assist nonprofits with immediate needs so that they could support individuals and families in the focus areas of health, economic security, safety and wellbeing, education, and social justice. With 30+ local collaborative funders – nearly $600,000 was distributed to Collin County nonprofits.

CFT has granted 41 grants to organizations in Collin County totaling $591,500. Each organization falls into one of CFT's four pillars of thriving. 

Hope Clinic of McKinney $260,000
Rosa es Rojo, Inc. $25,000
Texas Muslim Women's Foundation Inc. $25,000
Baby Booties of North Texas $20,000
Meals on Wheels Collin County $20,000
Minnie's Food Pantry, Inc. $20,000
Agape Resource & Assistance Center, Inc. $15,000
City House, Inc. $15,000
Maripoza Foundation $15,000
Streetside Showers, Inc. $10,000
Delighted to Doula Birth Services Nonprofit Corporation $9,000
Storehouse of Collin County $9,000
Children's Advocacy Center of Collin County, Inc. $5,000
Frisco Family Services Center $5,000
Shiloh Place $5,000

Assistance Center of Collin County, Inc. $5,000
Cornerstone Assistance Network of North Central Texas $5,000

Veterans Center of North Texas, Inc. $20,000
Light of Hope Immigration Law Center, Inc $15,000
Frisco Student Fastpacs $11,000
Assistance League of Greater Collin County $10,000
Beyond Able $10,000
Cardboard Project $10,000
Embrace Waiting Children Inc. $10,000
Root Cause, Inc. $10,000
This Side Up Family Center $5,000
Hugs Cafe $2,500

Plano ISD Education Foundation $10,000
House Heart Dallas $5,000

Recent Grant Recipients from the Collin County Impact Fund:

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Will You Join Us?

Your gift to the Collin County Impact Fund will provide a dedicated resource to support the growing needs of the Collin County communities now and into the future!

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