Healy-Murphy Child Development Center

The Child Development Center is one of the many successful programs administered by Healy-Murphy Center. A longtime Texas Rising Star provider, a designation which recognizes centers that continually exceed basic childcare standards, the Healy-Murphy Child Development Center provides quality daycare and early childhood education to 200 low income children ages 6 weeks to 5 years […]

The Briscoe Western Art Museum

The Briscoe Western Art Museum, named in honor of the late Texas Governor, Dolph Briscoe,Jr. and his wife, Janey Slaughter Briscoe, preserves and interprets the art, history, and culture of the American West through engaging exhibitions, educational programs, and public events reflective of the region’s rich traditions and shared heritage.


Thinkery is a non-profit LEED Silver educational museum for children. ACM offers “Open Door Access” providing free admission to anyone regardless of their ability to pay. The Thinkery includes numerous education programs addressing environmental sustainability, such as water and energy conservation. The facility includes exhibit galleries on green values, recycling, use of repurposed materials and […]

Vogel Alcove

Childcare center for homeless children: Vogel Alcove provides a broad array of therapeutic services for children who are experiencing homelessness in the Dallas | TX area. Vogel Alcove’s previous facility at 1100 South Akard serves 115 homeless children daily with a waitlist of over 40 children, The new facility will increase its capacity to meet […]

Community Partners of Dallas

Community Partners of Dallas (“CPD”) was established in 1989 by a committed group of Dallas County individuals. Today, the organization’s mission is to ensure safety, restore dignity and inspire hope for the abused and neglected children served by Dallas County Protective Services. Community Partners of Dallas’ programs have been replicated across the state, and exist […]

Tarrant Area Food Bank

Financing for an expansion of Tarrant Area Food Bank. Each year, Tarrant Area Food Bank. distributes 26,466,645 meals to people struggling with hunger.

Medical Center of the Americas Tech Park

The Medical Center of the Americas Tech Park project (MCA) consists of a 60,000 square foot life sciences and research facility which includes 39,830 square feet of office area and 8,621 of wet and dry labs. The City of El Paso has identified biotech as a key industry in the City’s redevelopment and growth strategy […]

Cristo Rey Dallas High school

Founded in Chicago in 2001 by Father John P. Foley, S.J., the Cristo Rey network is the largest network of high schools in the US whose enrollment is limited to low-income youth.  Cristo Rey employs an innovative business model, wherein students work five days each month in entry-level jobs at local professional companies, with the […]

Frontier Fuel

Located in Dalhart, population 7,237, this retail store is perfectly situated to capitalize on both local and travelling traffic. Dalhart is known by many Texans as the gateway to the Colorado Rockies. The city’s position in the northwestern corner of the Texas Panhandle makes it a pivotal stopover for travelers going to or returning from […]

CitySquare Opportunity Center

Community Center, including job training, adult literacy, and a food pantry. Includes Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas