The Dallas Foundation announced it has awarded almost $1.5 million in grants to 51 local organizations which will impact thousands of individuals across Greater Dallas.
The grants were awarded from the Field of Interest Funds, which are endowed funds customized to align with a donor’s interest in a specific cause. Historically, the funds cover a range of issues, including the arts, critical needs, children and families, and animal welfare.
“Field of Interest Fund grants allow The Dallas Foundation to make a significant impact across a significant number of Dallas-area nonprofits,” said Matthew Randazzo, President & CEO of The Dallas Foundation. “Last year we granted to over three dozen organizations, and seeing that ripple effect this past year just reinforces our commitment to a brighter, more equitable city.”
Recipients of The Dallas Foundation’s 2022 Field of Interest Grants include, among others:
Abide Women’s Health Center Inc.
AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATION ARCHIVES AND HISTORY PROGRAM
ALLIANCE IN RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
Austin Street Center
Behind Every Door
Bridge Breast Network
Brother Bill’s Helping Hand
Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County
Clayton Dabney for Kids with Cancer
Community Partners of Dallas
Connections Homes, Inc.
Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation
Dallas Bethlehem Ctr
Dallas Black Dance Theatre
Dallas Children’s Theater
Dallas Theater Center
Elevate North Texas
Frazier Revitalization, Inc.
Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas
Hope’s Door New Beginning Center
It’s a Sensory World
Juliette Fowler Communities
Methodist Health System Foundation
Miles of Freedom
Mommies In Need
National Kidney Foundation
Neuro Assistance Foundation
Nexus Recovery Center
Oak Hill Academy of Dallas, TX
On the Road Lending
The Senior Source
Texas Advocacy Project, Inc.
The Icla da Silva Foundation, Inc.
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS FOUNDATION, INC, UT Southwestern Medical Center