About DMN Charities

Poverty robs people of dignity, hope and the power to determine their own future, but together we can make a difference.

The Dallas Morning News Charities funds select North Texas organization that help those who are homeless, hungry and able to rehabilitate. Donations provide food, clothing, transitional housing, financial assistance and other forms of short-term relief to locals throughout North Texas.

100% of your donation goes to those in need.  Even $25 makes a difference.

The Dallas Morning News Charities covers all administrative costs so that 100% of your tax-deductible donation goes directly to recipient agencies for those in need.

Donations are accepted year-round and at any level.  A gift of $25 can give food and hope to someone in need of both.  A gift of $100 can get a local family through the month or set up in an apartment for a family moving into transitional housing.

If you have it in your heart to help, please Donate Now or send a check to The Dallas Morning News Charities, 5500 Caruth Haven Lane, Dallas, TX 75225-8146 or call 214.346.5546.

 

The Dallas Morning News Charities Board Front Row L-R: Michael O’Hara (Communications Chair), Alfredo Carbajal, Nicole Young (Volunteer Chair), Leona Allen (Vice Chair), Jessica Cates (Secretary), Camille Grimes (Executive Director) Back Row L-R: Richard Jones (Chairman), Keith Campbell, Katy Murray (Treasurer), Thomas Huang, Jim Moroney (President)

The Dallas Morning News Charities Board

Back Row L-R: Richard Jones (Chairman), Keith Campbell, Katy Murray (Treasurer), Thomas Huang, Jim Moroney (President)

Front Row L-R: Michael O’Hara (Communications Chair), Alfredo Carbajal, Nicole Young (Volunteer Chair), Leona Allen (Vice Chair), Jessica Cates (Secretary), Camille Grimes (Executive Director)