Today is the big day! North Texas Giving Day is an online giving event for people in North Texas to come together and raise as much money as possible for local charities in less than 24 hours. The Dallas Morning News Charities funds 24 local organizations that help those who are homeless, hungry and able to rehabilitate. You can find the full list of organizations by clicking here.
Donations can be made up until midnight tonight, so there’s still time to give and make a difference in our community! Head HERE to make a donation, then share with your family and friends so they can participate, too.
Here’s a little bit more about us:
The Dallas Morning News Charities raises money to support programs and services for the hungry and homeless in North Texas. The Charities fulfill this mission through a close alignment with the Communities Foundation of Texas and selected nonprofit agencies that serve those in need by providing food, clothing, transitional housing, financial assistance and other forms of short-term relief to the homeless and those on the verge of homelessness. This is a fund at Communities Foundation of Texas.
Together we can make a difference. Poverty robs people of dignity, hope and the power to determine their own future, but together we can make a difference. The problem of both chronic and transitional homelessness needs donors from across our North Texas community. Donations help provide food, clothing, transitional housing, financial assistance and other forms of short-term relief to the homeless and those on the verge of homelessness. The Dallas Morning News Charities funds 25 local organizations that help those who are homeless, hungry and able to rehabilitate. The News pays all administrative costs of the campaign, which means 100% of all gifts go directly to the agencies for basic needs like food, shelter, emergency assistance and job training. Making a difference only takes a moment. Thank you!