Recent Grant Recipients

In the spring of 2022, CWC allocated a total of $75,000 to be distributed among these worthy causes.

OrganizationGrant Request
Alliance for ChildrenSupports free programs and services for Tarrant County victims of child abuse.
Camp SummitSupports the Campership & Financial Assistance Project for Individuals with Disabilities.
Cancer Care ServicesSupports the Journey of Hope program providing financial and emotional support to cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors.
CASA of Tarrant CountyFunds training and supervision of Court Appointed Special Advocates to advocate for foster children.
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Fort WorthAssists low-income students enrolled in the “Stay the Course Plus Program” as they pursue college degrees at TCC.
Colleyville Public LibraryPurchases 75 new VOX™ Books, increasing the collection from 60 to 135 titles.
Community Enrichment CenterSupports women in crisis working in CEC programs through the Family Services Fund.
Community Storehouse
Provides Snack Packs for children in low-income families facing food insecurity.
GRACE (Grapevine Relief And Community Exchange)Supports operations of the GRACE Community Clinic, allowing access to proper medical care for underinsured and uninsured patients.
I Can Still Shine ProgramProvides funding toward the Two-Year Emergency Care Program for women victimized by domestic violence.
Metroport Meals on WheelsDefrays unreimbursed costs of home-delivered and senior center meals in Colleyville, Grapevine, and Southlake.
Mid-Cities Care CorpsSupports Transportation, Helping Hands, and Social Outreach for local senior citizens.
North Texas SNAP, Inc. (Special Needs Assistance Partners)Supports SNAP’s Workforce Training and Internship Program.
SafeHaven of Tarrant CountySupports emergency shelter and supportive services for domestic violence victims through the SafeShelter program.
Summer Santa, Inc.Provides life-changing experiences for children (ages 7-14) in Northwest ISD, Keller ISD, Birdville ISD, HEB ISD, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD and Carroll ISD.
The Jordan Elizabeth Harris FoundationFunds suicide prevention curricula for Hope Squads in seven Grapevine-Colleyville ISD secondary schools.
The Ladder AllianceSupports operations for 2022 programs including instructor salaries, materials, bus passes and gas cards.
The WARM Place (What About Remembering Me Center)Helps to underwrite the Grief Support Program for children following the death of a loved one.
The Women’s Center of Tarrant CountySupports approximately 100,000 children with the Play It Safe!® Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program in Tarrant County.


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