Find a neighborhood charity for North Texas Giving Day

Momentous Institute pre-k student Victoria Menendez wears a brain hat made of packing peanuts. Every student in the school learns the three main parts of his or her brain before kindergarten. Photo by Danny Fulgencio
Momentous Institute pre-k student Victoria Menendez wears a brain hat made of packing peanuts. Every student in the school learns the three main parts of his or her brain before kindergarten. Photo by Danny Fulgencio

North Texas Giving Day is Sept. 17. It’s the day when the generous are asked to give to a local nonprofits. This year, as much as $2 million in bonuses and prizes also is available.

The day of giving resulted in 75,000 donations totaling $26.3 million last year.

Almost 30 (by our count) Oak Cliff-related nonprofits are included in the list of 2,100 approved nonprofits. Whether choosing a neighborhood nonprofit or something else that strikes you, please consider giving as little as $25 online.

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Here are some of the Oak Cliff nonprofits:

29 Pieces, whose Jefferson Boulevard-based Piece 24 project we profiled recently.

AIDS Arms Inc.

AIDS Services of Dallas

Art Conspiracy

Big Fix for Big D

Big Thought, which provides educational programming to neighborhood libraries.

Bishop Dunne Catholic School

Building Community Workshop, which has staged urban renewal projects in Oak Cliff.

Greater Dallas Habitat for Humanity

The Dallas Zoo

Education is Freedom, which serves neighborhood high schools, helping students apply for college admission and scholarships.

Methodist Health System

Momentous Institute

The North Texas Food Bank

The Oak Cliff Foundation, which owns the Texas Theatre building.

Promise House

Santa Clara of Assisi Catholic Academy

Saint Elizabeth Catholic School

TeCo Theatrical Productions

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The Kessler School

The Well Community

Trinity River Audubon Center

Twelve Hills Nature Center

Tyler Street Tower

Tyler Street Christian Academy

 

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