Together we are making a difference in the lives of our North Texas neighbors in need.
For nearly 40 years, The Dallas Morning News Charities has made an impact in the North Texas community through the generous support and commitment of our Dallas Morning News readers and donors. Through the years, we have collaborated with over 75 different nonprofits that have been on the frontlines in the fight against homelessness and hunger issues. Each organization strives to help put food on the table and a roof over the heads of our neighbors in need.
The gifts of over 80,000 donors have provided $38.5 Million to support the efforts of our charity partners. This translates into more services, more programs and more changed lives. To ensure every dollar is stretched the farthest to serve our neighbors; The Dallas Morning News covers the administrative costs so that 100% of tax-deductible donations go directly to these recipient agencies.
Are you interested in contributing? That’s awesome! Please click on our Donate Here button. If you’d like to learn more about our amazing charity partners, click here. Checks are gratefully accepted too. Please send to The Dallas Morning News Charities, 5500 Caruth Haven Lane, Dallas, TX 75225.
Thank you! You are helping change lives.
From left to right: First row: Saher Merchant, Social Media Chair & Director of Audience Development; Kim Alvarez, Chair & Direct Marketing Specialist; Camille Grimes, Executive Director & Senior Community Relations Manager; Laura McGraw, Vice Chair & Account Executive; Jacqulyn Underwood Smith, Board Member & Account Executive; Melissa Bemenderfer, Secretary & Senior Director Operations; Gillian Breidenbach, Board Member & Partner & Chief Community Officer
Back Row: Natalie Yancy, Board Member & Senior Director; Jeremy Kutscherousky, Board Member & Account Executive: Rita Olivarez, Board Member & Senior Manager Human Resources
Not Pictured: Heather Parker, Marketing Chair & Senior Marketing Solutions Architect; Joe Rutens, Board Member & Senior Financial Analyst