The Dallas Morning News Charities

A nonprofit organization

$34,547 raised by 71 donors

Poverty is a detriment to society that can hold back entire communities. Fortunately, we have the option to help others facing hardships. The Dallas Morning News Charities funds 23 local organizations that help people who are homeless and hungry.

A gift of $25 can provide food and hope to someone in need. A gift of $100 can help a family move into transitional housing. The News pays all administrative costs of the campaign, which means 100% of all gifts go directly to the agencies for basic needs like food, shelter, emergency assistance, and job training.

Our Needs

Donations help provide food, clothing, transitional housing, financial assistance, and other forms of short-term relief to the homeless and those on the verge of homelessness. Making a difference only takes a moment. Giving a gift can change a life. Help push for progress, visit Thank you!


The Dallas Morning News Charities fund 18 North Texas nonprofits that help our neighbors who are hungry and homeless by providing food, clothing, and shelter to individuals, children, the elderly, and families in need. We offer assistance to help people get back on the road to independence.

Equity Statement

Organization Data


Organization name

The Dallas Morning News Charities


Economic/Financial Security/Poverty, Housing, Shelter & Homelessness, Hunger, Food Access & Nutrition

Operating Budget

Less than $100,000

Counties Served

Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Tarrant

BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx


5500 Caruth Haven
Dallas, TX 75225



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