United Way of Metropolitan Dallas Coronavirus Response & Recovery Fund | United Way of Metropolitan Dallas

United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
Coronavirus Response & Recovery Fund

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted education, income and health—the building blocks of opportunity—in ways that will have long-term effects on our North Texas community.

United Way of Metropolitan Dallas is working with community leaders, funders, school districts, and our partner organizations to identify service gaps and curate resources that will drive the most impact both for immediate relief and for longer-term rebuilding.

Together with you, in just two months, we’ve invested $3.3 million in more than 230 local nonprofits, impacting the lives of 1.3 million North Texans.

Even as we confront uncertainty and volatility, together with you, we will LIVE UNITED to support our community. As North Texans, we have a history of coming together to take care of one another. And we always emerge stronger than before.

Thank you to our corporate and philanthropic partners who LEAD UNITED to lift up our community.

United Way of Metropolitan Dallas Coronavirus Response & Recovery Fund Corporate Partners - AT&T, Bank of America, Hoblitzelle Foundation, McKesson, The Perot Foundation, Texas Instruments, Wells Fargo, Toyota, TXU Energy, USAA, AmerisourceBergen, Capa & Troy Aikman, Cathie & Ed Galante, Mary & Rich Templeton, The Reilly Family Foundation, Sara & Gary Ahr, Beth & Greg Delagi, Enterprise

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North Texas Cares Application Open

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North Texas Cares is a funder collaborative made up of local foundations that have come together to collect emergency funding requests and provide support for organizations that work with people and communities who are most affected by COVID-19. We’ve created a single online application to simplify and streamline the process for nonprofits seeking immediate funds.

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