The Dallas Foundation awards grants for a broad array of charitable purposes in the areas of the arts, education, early childhood development, environment, health, aging, human and social services, and public/civic benefit that improve the well–being of the residents of the City and County of Dallas, Texas.
Dallas Mavericks Foundation
It is the intention of the Dallas Mavericks Foundation to do what it can as a grant–making organization to help the Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex be a nurturing environment within which human beings thrive. Because of the high–profile nature of the sport of basketball and its athletes, we have the opportunity to assist local youth projects and programs in increasing the opportunities for our youth to live healthy, fulfilling lives. With a s...
Dallas Women's Foundation
Dallas Women's Foundation seeks out and invests in organizations striving to create long–term, positive change. Research has shown that when you help a woman move up in society, you help her entire family. When you help a family break the cycle of poverty, you improve the health of the entire community. We seek to create systemic change by funding programs that meet the needs of our community.
DeBusk Foundation - Education
The DeBusk Foundation provides grants of financial assistance to gifted students 12 years of age and under. Grants will be limited to the state of Texas and priority will be given to established organizations engaged in education. Grants will be made to educational organizations only for the purpose of direct enrichment of gifted students. The foundation will not normally consider such items as funding of land and improvements, buses for transportation or...
The Foundation supports a wide range of programs that benefit children newborn to 18 years of age in Dell's principle US locations, and welcomes proposals from non–profit organizations that address the health and human services, the education, and the technology access for youth.
Dr. & Mrs. Paul Pierce Memorial Foundation
The Dr. & Mrs. Paul Pierce Memorial Foundation was established in 1963 to support and promote quality education, human services, and health care programming for underserved populations. Special consideration is given to charitable organizations that serve the people of Grayson County, Texas. The Foundation has four deadlines annually: March 1, June 1, September 1, and December 1.
Earl C. Sams Foundation
The Earl C. Sams Foundation funds are used for many projects in various educational, medical, social, religious and environmental areas. The Foundation awards grants to a wide array of charities, primarily in the South Texas area, for many projects in various educational, medical, social, religious and environmental fields.
East Texas Communities Foundation
The East Texas Communities Foundation was founded in 1989 by visionary leaders who saw the need for a community foundation to serve the people and communities of East Texas – Tyler/Smith County.
Ed Rachal Foundation
The Foundation provides funds to nonprofit organizations in the State of Texas. Grants must be used for charitable, scientific, literary or educational purposes and strictly in accordance with the proposal and budget submitted.
El Paso Community Foundation
El Paso Community Foundation seeks to create a grant making process that is both flexible and user friendly. Areas of funding interest include Arts & Humanities, Education, Environment/Animals, Health & Disabilities, Human Services, Public Benefit. Application deadlines are February 1 and August 1 annually.