Thank You Darlin Foundation

A nonprofit organization

$2,650 raised by 36 donors

53% complete

$5,000 Goal

We’re raising funds to support our mission of promoting youth literacy through the arts; in other words, Your donation can help us teach  kids to fish so they can feed themselves for a lifetime.” 


Your donation today in any size is needed and will help to provide: 

  • After-school programs that help to keep kids and communities safe
  • Academic, social, and emotional support critical for kids’ success
  • A chance for youth to build good character, teamwork skills, literacy, and creative thinking skills
  • Books, writing supplies, and performance opportunities for hundreds of at-risk youth

Please donate today

OUR RECENT ACHIEVEMENTS through Giving Heroes like you and our partnerships with local schools in low-income communities: 

  • We delivered 124 hours of supplemental instruction directly to K-12 students.
  • We engaged 235 kids in academic enrichment activities and artistic expression.
  • 95% of our participants increased their reading comprehension and writing skills.
  • We opened a door for our participants to visit a university campus for the first time. 


We appreciate your support of the Thank You Darlin’ Foundation's NTX Giving Day movement!



Our mission is to fortify essential literacy skills for marginalized youth through the arts, specifically poetry, to help them better navigate academic and social challenges.


Approximately ninety-five percent of our expenditures provide direct services to underserved youth. Your donation will help us offer safe places for vulnerable kids during out-of-school times, 100-plus hours of supplemental instruction, teaching artists, books, writing supplies, and a venue for our next annual region-wide poetry writing and performance competition.

Equity Statement

Our vision is a world where all children have access to artistic expression and nurturing for academic success.

Organization Data


Organization name

Thank You Darlin Foundation

Tax id (EIN)




Arts, Culture & Humanities, Youth & Children, Education - K-12

Operating Budget

Less than $100,000

Counties Served


BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latinx

BIPOC Leadership

Both the Executive Director/CEO and Board Chair


1300 Gendy Street, Suite 268
Fort Worth, TX 76107



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