69 Frisco-based nonprofits need support on North Texas Giving Day

There are a variety of family-friendly activities available for North Texas Giving Day.

There are a variety of family-friendly activities available for North Texas Giving Day.

Sept. 19 is the 11th annual North Texas Giving Day.

The 18-hour online event organized by Communities Foundation of Texas allows community members to support local nonprofits and causes. Last year, over $48 million was raised, according to the Communities Foundation of Texas website.

Several North Texas communities will host North Texas Giving Day events. In Frisco, Hall Park will host Food Trucks at Hall Park on Sept. 17 from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Attendees can learn about more than 20 Collin County nonprofits while trying a variety of food truck treats.

Interested donors can schedule their donation between now and Sept. 18. Sixty-nine Frisco-based nonprofits are participating in this year’s fundraising drive, according to the website. This list may not be comprehensive. 

  • Friends of the Frisco Public Library 

  • Frisco Family Services 

  • Frisco Moms Care

  • Heritage Association of Frisco 

  • Refresh Frisco 

  • Clothe a Child Frisco 

  • Frisco Community Board 

  • Frisco Education Foundation 

  • Frisco Fastpacs 

  • Frisco Humane Society 

  • Frisco SAGE

  • Frisco Women’s League 

  • North Texas Performing Arts 

  • Camp Craig Allen 

  • The Frisco Ballet 

  • Frisco Community Theatre dba Theatre Frisco

  • Leadership Prep School

  • Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8273 

  • Becky’s Hope Horse Rescue 

  • Preston Ridge Church

  • Agape Center for Spiritual Living 

  • Alliance for a Brighter Community Foundation

  • American Legion-Peter J. Courcy Post 178 

  • Astraios Chamber Music 

  • Blake’s House 

  • Blue Candlelight Music Series

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County 

  • Brave Penny 

  • Building Legacies Inc. 

  • Clubfoot Research Foundation 

  • Community Connections Texas 

  • Destiny’s Leaders 

  • Developing Working Hands

  • Downwinders at Risk Education Fund 

  • Explorium-Denton Children’s Museum 

  • eleven:28 ministries 

  • Families of World War II Veterans 

  • FC Dallas Foundation 

  • Fellowship Church University Students 

  • Fellowship Power Lunch North 

  • Frontline Crisis Response Solutions 

  • Global Tendo La Upendo Inc 

  • Grace Bridge Food Bank

  • Habitat 4 Paws: A Human Society Inc.

  • Hanuman Homies Yoga Outreach 

  • Hug A Heart Foundation 

  • John Bunker Sands Wetland Center

  • Journey of Hope Grief Support Center

  • Legacy Christian Academy 

  • LifeTalk Resource Center

  • Lovepacs

  • Meat Fight Inc. 

  • Mission Chepito 

  • Museum of the American Railroad 

  • Must Care 

  • National Breast Cancer Foundation Inc. 

  • New Life Community Church 

  • North Texas Angels Pageant 

  • North Texas Missions Inc.

  • Passport for Paws 

  • Pet Partners of North Texas

  • Project RELO 

  • Sci-Tech Discovery Center

  • Spay It Forward Texas

  • St. Jude Catholic Church

  • That Girl is SMART 

  • Treasured Vessels Foundation

  • United Through Hope 

  • Westie Rescue of North Texas

For more information, visit www.northtexasgivingday.org.


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