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December 2, 2020

Seeking financial assistance? Here are some organizations that can help.

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While we don’t provide financial assistance directly to individuals, we know of many nonprofit organizations who are able to provide financial assistance with rent, utility bills or other needs. Here is a list of some of those groups, including a link to the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas’ Rental Assistance Collaborative, with 17 nonprofits committed to providing rent and bill assistance.  Please feel free to reach out if you need additional information. 

The United Way of Metropolitan Dallas Rental Assistance Collaborative - Each of the following 17 partner nonprofits have requirements and applications. www.unitedwaydallas.org/rental-assistance/  

Brother Bill’s Helping Hand

Catholic Charities of Greater Dallas 

The Chocolate MINT Foundation

CitySquare 

Gateway of Grace 

Harmony CDC 

Housing Crisis Center 

Metrocrest Services 

The Salvation Army 

Services of Hope 

Sharing Life 

Stop TX Eviction 

TurnAround Agenda 

Wilkinson Center 

There are also organizations who are helping qualified area residents, including immigrants, with financial assistance: 

The Concilio  

Rosa es Rojo 

Children’s Food Ministry 

Workers Defense Project 

Please feel free to connect with us if you have any more questions!  
 

En Español

Aunque solo podemos dar dinero a organizaciones sin fines de lucro, conocemos organizaciones quien pueden ayudarte. Aquí hay una lista de algunas organizaciones quien están dando asistencia financiera:  

The United Way of Metropolitan Dallas Rental Assistance Collaborative - Cada una de las siguientes 17 organizaciones sin fines de lucro tiene requisitos y aplicaciones. https://unitedwaydallas.org/asistencia-alquiler/ 

Brother Bill’s Helping Hand

Catholic Charities of Greater Dallas 

The Chocolate MINT Foundation

CitySquare 

Gateway of Grace 

Harmony CDC 

Housing Crisis Center 

Metrocrest Services 

The Salvation Army 

Services of Hope 

Sharing Life 

Stop TX Eviction 

TurnAround Agenda 

Wilkinson Center 

También hay organizaciones que brindan asistencia financiera específicamente para inmigrantes y refugiados: 

The Concilio  

Rosa es Rojo 

Children’s Food Ministry 

Workers Defense Project 

¡No dude en comunicarse con nosotros si tiene más preguntas! 

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