NTXGF provides grants to local North Texas charities that align with its mission to improve the health, education, and welfare of our community. Please check back in May for the grant application.
We would like to thank all 36 of the organizations that applied for the 2016 NTXGF grants. Grants were issued to the following organizations that aligned with NTXGF’s mission.
We are a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of abused, neglected and abandoned horses and farm animals. We also work to educate the public and potential equine adopters regarding humane, responsible horse care, animal welfare, and good horsemanship.
The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
Clothe a Child partners with area churches, organizations, individuals and businesses in the community to serve the new clothing needs of economically disadvantaged Kindergarten through 8th grade school children in Frisco, Little Elm, Prosper & Celina ISDs.
Cornerstone Ranch is refreshingly different from most other group homes for adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. Built on Christian values, our family-centered environment creates a safe place where independence thrives, character grows, and confidence is nurtured. We are a home where adults with special needs can indeed experience abundant life. Residents do not spend their day in front of the television. Instead, they serve, exercise, worship, and work as productive and useful members of the community.
Emily’s Place is unique in that residents live in a highly structured environment under direct supervision and community involvement. Emily’s Place is not a shelter, which typically allows women to stay for 30 – 90 days. Rather, it is a “transformational” housing ministry based on a 24-month stay commitment which promotes stability and wise choices.
Our vision is to make it easy for people to get away from domestic violence situations. By helping people break free from domestic violence, we can reduce the cycle for future generations.
Frisco Family Services exists to help members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency.
Powered to Move (P2M) was formed to build communities where people with and without disabilities are able to pursue the benefits of physical activity together, creating an environment where physical, emotional and spiritual well-being can thrive and all abilities are valued.