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That Girl is SMART
That Girl is SMART Mentoring Program core mission is to help transform the lives of young girls from the inside out. We accomplish this by creating an environment which motivates and empowers our girls to be S.M.A.R.T (Successful. Magnificent. Authentic. Resourceful. Talented)! We assist young girls ages 6-18 to become self-reliant, self-confident, and self-aware and graduate from high school for success to achieve personal, academic, and professional proficiencies.
Girls Inc. of Tarrant County
The mission of Girls Inc. is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Girls Inc. of Tarrant County equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers and grow up healthy, educated, and independent. Girls build confidence and embrace positive decision-making to take charge of their health and wellbeing, and achieve academic, personal, and career goals. The Girls Inc. Experience consists of people, and environment, and programming that, together, empower girls to succeed.
Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas
The mission of Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Girls Inc. Dallas has chosen to focus its efforts on girls ages 6-18 who can most benefit from our comprehensive programming - girls growing up in low-income and under-resourced communities. We focus on positively impacting three community issues: improving economic mobility, teen pregnancy prevention, and girls' increased involvement in STEM education and careers. Our vision is a world in which every girl values her whole self, discovers her inherent strengths, achieves her goals, and enjoys lasting success. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas has worked tirelessly to transform our in-person programming to an innovative and interactive virtual model. Within a week of school closures, we were delivering programming virtually and offering educational resources to families in need. In this time of isolation and fear for many of our girls, we seek to provide community as well as emotional and academic support for the girls we serve.
Girlstart's mission is to increase girls' interest and engagement in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through innovative, nationally-recognized informal STEM education programs. Girlstart aspires to be the national leader in designing and implementing high quality informal STEM education programs that inspire girls to transform our world.
1 $ Wiser Consumer Education, Inc.
1 $ Wiser Consumer Education, Inc. (1 $ Wiser) is a Texas 501 (c)3 non-profit organization empowering individuals to take positive control of their personal finances and become fiscally responsible through consumer budgeting and credit education and counseling. Our education and counseling focuses on the basics of cash flow, spending, and savings so that the consumer can say they are becoming one dollar wiser a dime at a time.
All Nations Soccer Ministries
All Nations Soccer Ministries is a non-profit evangelistic organization that uses soccer as a tool to proclaim the saving gospel of Jesus Christ. What is our Mission? Our mission is to bring the HOPE of Jesus Christ to a lost world.
Arise Africa is committed to helping individuals live a life that God desires for all mankind by assisting with spiritual, economic, and physical poverty. We strive to empower others through the truth and love of Jesus Christ to become responsible, independent, and self-sustaining individuals.
Artisan Productions, Inc.
Artisan Center Theater's mission is to enrich the community with high-quality, family-friendly entertainment that warms the heart, uplifts the spirit, and tells worthy stories; to provide volunteer opportunities; to offer ongoing education and experience in the performing arts.
The Artist Outreach, Inc.
The Artist Outreach changes the educational and emotional futures of those we serve through creative arts. We provide 3 program formats: The STREAMliners provides schools a supplemental education through the arts, combining STEM, creative arts and literature. Inspired Living is an art therapy program designed to help at-risk youth. Healing in Motion is dedicated to the adults (and Veterans) that we serve. We show them how creativity can be a part of their everyday tasks, such as culinary and nutrition.
ArtsVision Performing and Visual Arts
The mission of ArtsVision Performing and Visual arts is to provide innovative, creative enrichment programs that focuses on the arts for youth. Our goal is to provide Dallas area youth an intensive, well-rounded performing arts experience - while providing youth an avenue to use their voice through creativity. ArtsVision instructors are professional teaching artists, community artists, presenters, and volunteers who have a passion for youth and the arts.
Baptist Standard Publishing Co.
Baptist Standard Publishing provides faith-based news and communication resources to the North Texas community through partnerships with numerous Baptist churches, ministries, educational organizations, and individuals across the region. We produce content in North Texas that educates our readers on the work Baptists are doing in our community to change lives.
Beautiful Feet Ministries
Beautiful Feet Ministries seeks to minister to the spiritual, physical, medical, emotional, dental, and hygienic needs of the poor and homeless through daily worship services and Bible studies, clothing distribution, weekly medical and dental clinics, a soup kitchen that serves two-three meals daily, no cost laundry and showers, and men's and women's discipleship programs.
Brown Girls Do Inc
The mission of Brown Girls Do Ballet® is to help increase participation of underrepresented populations in ballet programs through organizing and arranging ballet performances, photo exhibitions, and providing resources and scholarships to assist young girls in their ballet development and training.
Buddy Up Tennis Dallas
We exist to serve individuals with Down syndrome by providing a fun, active and supportive environment for our Athletes to grow both physically and personally by engaging in activities that impact athletic, social and emotional development.
Since 1947 Camp Crucis has had a policy of no child will be turned away for summer camp due to financial reasons. In doing this, we rely heavily on donations so that we are able to keep our registration fees far below the average and are also able to offer scholarships to those in need, especially at risk youth, disadvantaged or abused youth and Angel Tree kids.