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CFT is funding emergency requests received via the North Texas Cares online grant application portal through our North Texas Community Response Fund. To see a list of CFT's most recent response fund grantee organizations and their award amounts, click here.

To date, CFT's response fund has awarded grants totaling over $1 million to 140 local nonprofits. For more information about these organizations and their emergency need descriptions, search the grantee database below or click through the alphabetical listings. To partner with CFT to help fund any of these noprofits and their needs, contact grants@cftexas.org.

 

Community Learning Center


Through partnerships with industry, government, schools and community organizations, Community Learning Center provides educational, training, and employment services designed to lead to better careers.

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$5,000.00

Covenant Purpose and Restoration Family Center


Covenant Purpose and Restoration Family Center eliminates hunger, shows compassion to, and provides basic necessities for the homeless and economically disadvantaged populations.

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$5,000.00

Dallas Afterschool


Dallas Afterschool levels the playing field for children of all races and economic backgrounds by building a sustainable ecosystem of high-quality out-of-school-time programs.

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$5,000.00

Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity


Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity (Dallas Habitat) transforms neighborhoods, engaging families, and community partners to create affordable, quality housing and education for financial stability. Dallas Habitat is the largest nonprofit home builder in Dallas. Currently, over 110 families share that they will face significant financial hardship due to their mortgage payments. To alleviate this financial hardship, Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity must provide mortgage forgiveness to many of their families.

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$5,000.00

Dallas Art Therapy


Dallas Art Therapy consists of master’s level art therapists and art therapy interns trained to provide mental health services.  Since the beginning of shelter in place mandates in Dallas, Dallas Art Therapy saw a rise in people experiencing high levels of anxiety and panic attacks. Many clients have lost their ability to get mental health services because of job and health insurance loss. Additionally, there is an increased need for telehealth services in the immediate future.

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$5,000.00

Dallas Bethlehem Center


Dallas Bethlehem Center empowers and resources their community to improve lives through education and connected solutions.

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$5,000.00

Dallas Hope Charities


Dallas Hope Charities' mission is to provide food, shelter, and services that instill dignity, stability and hope for all.

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$5,000.00

Dallas Leadership Foundation


The mission of the Dallas Leadership Foundation (DLF) is to identify, affirm, and develop leaders to transform communities, increasing the vitality of low-income communities and improving the lives of disenfranchised people living in Dallas.

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$5,000.00

Delighted to Doula Birth Services


Delighted to Doula Birth Services aims to eliminate maternal mortality in marginalized communities through education and postpartum support.

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$9,000.00

Apply for COVID-19 Grant Funding

To date, the 30+ funders participating in North Texas Cares have granted more than $35 million to nonprofits for COVID-19 related emergency needs.

Learn more and apply at NorthTexasCares.org