12.08.2018| 9:00 AM - 12:30PM
Calling all CFT fund holders, CFT4B members, family and friends! We hope you'll join us for our annual holiday service day at the North Texas Food Bank on December 8th. Following our service, we'll have lunch and take a tour.
12.18.2018 - 12.18.2018| 10am - 12pm
Learn about next year's member training seminars, volunteer opportunities, and what's new on the CFT4B calendar during the annual unveiling webinar.
01.16.2019| 10am - 11:30am
Join us online for this new offering, designed to help your company start the new year on track.
01.21.2019| 10:45am - 1pm
Volunteers will serve lunch on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day at Dallas Life from 10:45am - 1pm.
02.01.2019 - 02.13.2019|
Sign up to host a Valentine’s Day card-writing party or supply drive at your office.
02.12.2019| 4:30pm - 6:30pm
You're invited to the grand opening celebration of our Collin County satellite office location in Frisco! We'll be thanking donors to our Collin County Impact Fund and announcing the first grants from the fund.
Visit the Crow Museum of Asian Art in Dallas's art district. Tour the exhibits, learn to make kites, and have lunch with Amy Hofland, Executive Director and Caroline Kim, Director of Development.
02.23.2019| 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
CFT is offering a special one day session of our popular GiveWisely course on Saturday, February 23rd. Our GiveWisely course is one of CFT’s premier services that will empower you to discover or re-discover your core values and help you think critically about how you give.
02.28.2019| 3:30-5:00 pm
Women Leaders: Join us for a CFT for Business Women's Collective panel discussion on February 28 from 3:30pm - 5pm to learn about socially responsible investing. Panelists: Pete Delaney, Brian Doyle, Alfreda Norman, Nicole Small, Debra Brennan Tagg.
Women Leaders: Join us for a CFT for Business Women's
Collective panel discussion to learn about socially responsible
04.13.2019| 8 am - 12 pm
Help keep Texas Wildlife trails and scenic areas beautiful and clean.
04.19.2019| 2 pm - 4 pm
Assist conservation efforts by cleaning up, removing invasive plants and planting new, native flowering plants in the butterfly garden and restored prairie.