Working with both donors and nonprofits and awarding more than 5,000 grants per year, we have deep knowledge of the issues and communities you care about here in North Texas, around the state and far beyond.
05.11.2021 | 8:00 am - 10:45 am
Join us for our 2021 CFT/SMU Professional Seminar!
The topic, "Roots and Wings - Structuring Trusts to Give Beneficiaries a Chance at Success, Despite Inheriting Money," will be presented by Amy K. Kanyuk, Esq. of McDonald & Kanyuk, PLLC
CE Credits: CFP/CPE/MCLE 2.0 hour credit
05.19.2021 | 4:30 pm
CFT4B Engagement Network and Be In Good Company member, Shields Legal Group invites you to a casual networking happy hour from 4:30-6:30 pm on Wednesday, May 19!
Join us at Sixty Vines in Plano for an in-person happy hour where you can network with other businesses and potential partners – come Be In Good Company with us.
05.26.2021 | 11:30 AM
CFT for Business is pleased to introduce you to our incredibly popular GiveWisely resource at a virtual Lunch & Learn on Wednesday, May 26 from 11:30am-1:00pm!
CFT4B members and Be In Good Company members are invited to join us to explore how aligning your own unique values and passions can make an impact on your personal philanthropy. We’ll share a couple of our GiveWisely exercises for your own personal takeaway, and then let you know how the same concepts can be offered to your teams, departments, and companies for more meaningful employee engagement!
We hope you'll join us on May 26!
A calendar invitation and Zoom link will be sent following event registration.
Our 20th annual Freedom Day will be filled with virtual, remote, and limited onsite volunteer opportunities with nonprofit partners. The virtual environment will allow us to stream an inspiring opening ceremony and include elements of education, innovation, and fun along with projects. Click the learn more button to learn about how to get involved.
Now, more than ever, our community needs you.
In late October, we released the 2020 Collin County Economic Opportunity Assessment. CFT was proud to partner with JPMorgan Chase in the presentation of this assessment, conducted by Every Texan, for Collin County.
Read about how we are supporting organizations that work with people and communities most affected by COVID-19.
Educate Texas stands in solidarity with the Black community and with our partners who are working to solve the systemic issues that have not equally valued Black people.
Learn more about how 100,000 people like you came together to raise $50 million for 3,000 local nonprofits in 2019. Plus, save the date for 9.17.20!
Read about how place matters and see the maps of inequality across Dallas County.