LifeLine for Families, Inc.

A nonprofit organization

$1,075 raised by 8 donors

11% complete

$10,000 Goal

Our program impacts the children of Grand Prairie Independent School District that are in crisis with their living situation. Our program provides funds to keep them in apartments so that they can continue their education without interruption.

Our Needs

Funds are needed to shelter families with children in Grand Prairie. Additional funds will allow LifeLine to broaden the number of children served that are homeless or are about to become homeless by intervening with emergency funds. The city of Grand Prairie does not have a shelter, instead, the LifeLine program houses families in apartments.


Our mission is to reduce homelessness among families of school children in crisis, who are enrolled in the Grand Prairie Independent School District, by providing emergency assistance, temporary shelter, and life skills training for their parents.


In addition to traditional funding, our families are always in need of toiletries, grocery gift cards, and fuel gift cards.

As we are heading into the winter months, coats for children are always needed in any size. We accept new and clean, gently used coats.

Drop-off Location:

LifeLine for Families (located in the GPISD Family Service Center)

2341 S. Belt Line Rd.

Grand Prairie, TX 75052

8 a.m. until 4:15 p.m. Monday through Friday

Equity Statement

LifeLine for Families is committed to racial equity both internally through our work environment, and externally through our services.

We are committed to ensuring that every policy enacted reflects democratic principles of equity and justice.

We understand that enacting policy in a just and equitable manner considers critical issues of implicit bias and discrimination that requires concerted and purposeful action.

We believe that bringing together LifeLine Board of Directors, staff and other partners with diverse backgrounds and life experiences will enhance our ability to increase opportunities for social service organizations to succeed.

Policies, programs, and activities will be administered to identify and avoid discrimination and barriers to access, and to avoid disproportionately high and adverse effects on communities of color.

Accountability to our funders and donors is of central importance to us. We understand the significance of evaluating the impact of our policymaking on clients over time and utilizing this evaluation in the development of new policy initiatives. We are committed to the just and equitable disbursement of funds and other resources.

We will obtain the following information when relevant and appropriate in order to utilize data to evaluate the impact of our equity goals: population served and/or affected by race, color, national origin, and income level, which will include diverse communities across Grand Prairie such as: communities of color, racially and ethnically diverse individuals, tribal communities, immigrant and refugee communities, and communities that have principal languages other than English.

Organization Data


Organization name

LifeLine for Families, Inc.

Tax id (EIN)




Housing, Shelter & Homelessness, Social Services

Operating Budget

$250,000 - $499,999

Counties Served

Dallas, Tarrant

BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx

Equity Statement

Equity Statement


123 West Main Street, Suite 300
Grand Prairie, TX 75050



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