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Capital for Kids proudly supports organizations that educate, protect and encourage at-risk children through our annual Grant Program. Organizations interested in applying should follow these steps:

Step 1: Review CFK Guidelines

  1. Applying organization must be 501(c)3 in overall good health with proven track record
  2. Proposed program must serve children (ages 0-17) that are victims of poverty, abuse or neglect with supporting demographic data
  3. Proposed program must either provide a safety net (providing resources to children impacted by poverty, abuse or neglect) or help break the cycle of poverty, abuse and neglect through education, programs or filling critical needs
  4. Organization must be located and services delivered in Dallas, Tarrant and Collin counties

Step 2: Submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) to by May 1. Note previous beneficiaries may skip this step and are automatically invited to apply.

Step 3: If invited to apply, submit as directed a Request for Proposal (RFP) by June 1.  Previous beneficiaries may receive a copy by sending a request to 

2022 Beneficiaries

Capital for Kids is a network of volunteer professionals from within the investment management business dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children in need. Capital for Kids supports organizations that educate, protect and encourage the development of children in the North Texas area, and we also raise awareness of children in need of support. Our diligent grant committee evaluates each proposal submitted for funding. Those selected as grant recipients fall in to 2 categories in terms of the scope of their mission and specific project. Our recipients are either Breaking the Cycle of child abuse, poverty and neglect through education, programs or filling critical needs or providing a Safety Net by providing resources to those children impacted by poverty, neglect and abuse. Please find the analysis of the 2022 Capital for Kids Grant Recipients below.

Safety Net

Brighter Tomorrows Every Door
CASA of Tarrant County’s Advocacy of Collin County
City House
Community Partners of Dallas Rey
Dallas CASA Children’s Advocacy Center
Dallas Life Women’s Shelter
Hope Supply Company Family Services
Jonathan’s Place Park and Community Center
Metrocrest Services in Need
Perot Museum House
Rainbow Days, Inc. Academy
The Family Place Believing in Change
Emily’s Place’s Advocacy Center of Collin County
Incarnation Place Anthony Academy
St. Philip’s School Believing in Change

Breaking The Cycle

Alliance for Children
C5 for Transforming Lives
Café Momentum up and Read
Dallas Children’s Theater Center Ministries
Family Compass of Flight Museum
Healthy Futures of Texas Farm
Interfaith Family Services Pope
Mercy Street Escuelita
SM Wright Foundation Academy 4
Vogel Alcove Dallas Community Schools
Young Women’s Preparatory Network

Since inception, we have raised over $20 million for distribution to local children’s charities. Please see our past beneficiaries listed below:

6StonesAfter School AllstarsAlley’s HouseAlliance for ChildrenAmerica Scores
Andy Roddick FoundationBea’s KidsBehind Every DoorBig Brothers, Big Sisters of North TexasBoys & Girls Clubs of Forth Worth
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater DallasBoys and Girls Club of Collin CountyBuckner FoundationC5 FoundationCafé Momentum
Camp MatiCaptain Hope’s KidsCasa Del LagoCasa of Denton CountyCASA of Tarrant County
Center for Transforming LivesChild Study CenterChildCareGroupChildren’s Advocacy Center of Collin CountyChildren’s Medical Center ARCH
Children’s Medical Center FunnyatricsChildren’s Medical Virtual Reality and Healing ProgramCity HouseCity YearCommunity Partners of Dallas
Cook Children’s Medical CenterCristo Rey DallasDallas CASADallas Children’s Advocacy CenterDallas Children’s Theater
Dallas LifeEducation Open’s DoorsEducational First StepsEmily’s PlaceExodus Ministry
Family CompassFamily GatewayThe Family PlaceSMU – The Budd Center The Budd Center: Involving Communities in Education | Simmons School of Education & Human Development | SMUFW Save Our Children Learning Center
Friends of Wednesday’s ChildGenesis Women’s ShelterH.O.P.E. FarmHope Supply CompanyHousing Crisis Center
Heart House DallasHunger BustersInterfaith Family ServicesJonathan’s PlaceJubilee Park and Community Center
Just Say YesLemonade DayLena Pope HomeLos BarriosLumen
Mercy StreetMi EscuilitaNew Friends New LifeNexus RecoveryNotre Dame School
NTARUPTPerot Museum of Nature & SciencePine CovePromise HouseRainbow Days, Inc.
Rise School of DallasRivertree AcademySalvation Army – After School ProgramsSalvation Army – CASA YouthServices of Hope
SM Wright FoundationSt AnthonySt. Philip’s School and Community CenterSt. Simons After SchoolSTAR
StewpotSuicide Crisis Center and Prevention CenterTexas Health ResourcesThe ARC of DallasThe Family Place
TR HooverTrinity River MissionTurner TwelveUNT Health CenterUT Brain Health
UPLIFTVoice of HopeVogel Alcove Childcare Center for the HomelessWest Dallas Community SchoolWilkinson Center
Young Women’s Preparatory NetworkYouth with FacesFirst Tee and Incarnation HouseAspireCatch Up and Read
Friends of Solar PrepMommies In NeedReading PartnersTraffick911Union Gospel Mission

With your help we will be able to continue helping underprivileged children in your area.

.Thanks to you support we will be able to continue providing each girl who comes through our doors with the type of care that will give her the greatest chance for a bright future..

– Doug Hood
Development & Communications Director, Johnathan’s Place