More than 100,000 children are waiting in Foster Care
for their loving forever families!
The grant committee reviews all applications and selects applications that fit within our mission. The committee votes on each application and collaborates to select recipients and allocate grant dollars. Grant recipients will be notified before the annual fundraiser, as we like to display the current year’s recipients at each event. Grant checks are sent out to the recipients early the following year.
2022 Grant Recipients
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 2019 Capital for Kids Grant Recipients below. We would like to direct you to the Capital for Kids Website www.capitalforkids.org where you will find a link to their webpage under the beneficiaries tab.
Breaking The Cycle
Over the past 18 years, we have raised over $18 million for distribution to local children’s charities. Please see our past beneficiaries listed below:
|6Stones||After School Allstars||Alley’s House||Alliance for Children||America Scores|
|Andy Roddick Foundation||Bea’s Kids||Behind Every Door||Big Brothers, Big Sisters of North Texas||Boys & Girls Clubs of Forth Worth|
|Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas||Boys and Girls Club of Collin County||Buckner Foundation||C5 Foundation||Café Momentum|
|Camp Mati||Captain Hope’s Kids||Casa Del Lago||Casa of Denton County||CASA of Tarrant County|
|Center for Transforming Lives||Child Study Center||ChildCareGroup||Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County||Children’s Medical Center ARCH|
|Children’s Medical Center Funnyatrics||Children’s Medical Virtual Reality and Healing Program||City House||City Year||Community Partners of Dallas|
|Cook Children’s Medical Center||Cristo Rey Dallas||Dallas CASA||Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center||Dallas Children’s Theater|
|Dallas Life||Education Open’s Doors||Educational First Steps||Emily’s Place||Exodus Ministry|
|Family Compass||Family Gateway||The Family Place||SMU – The Budd Center The Budd Center: Involving Communities in Education | Simmons School of Education & Human Development | SMU||FW Save Our Children Learning Center|
|Friends of Wednesday’s Child||Genesis Women’s Shelter||H.O.P.E. Farm||Hope Supply Company||Housing Crisis Center|
|Heart House Dallas||Hunger Busters||Interfaith Family Services||Jonathan’s Place||Jubilee Park and Community Center|
|Just Say Yes||Lemonade Day||Lena Pope Home||Los Barrios||Lumen|
|Mercy Street||Mi Escuilita||New Friends New Life||Nexus Recovery||Notre Dame School|
|NTARUPT||Perot Museum of Nature & Science||Pine Cove||Promise House||Rainbow Days, Inc.|
|Rise School of Dallas||Rivertree Academy||Salvation Army – After School Programs||Salvation Army – CASA Youth||Services of Hope|
|SM Wright Foundation||St Anthony||St. Philip’s School and Community Center||St. Simons After School||STAR|
|Stewpot||Suicide Crisis Center and Prevention Center||Texas Health Resources||The ARC of Dallas||The Family Place|
|TR Hoover||Trinity River Mission||Turner Twelve||UNT Health Center||UT Brain Health|
|UPLIFT||Voice of Hope||Vogel Alcove Childcare Center for the Homeless||West Dallas Community School||Wilkinson Center|
|Young Women’s Preparatory Network||Youth with Faces||First Tee and Incarnation House||Aspire||Catch Up and Read|
|Friends of Solar Prep||Mommies In Need||Reading Partners||Traffick911||Union 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