Charitable organizations may submit applications for grant funds to be distributed in May. CWC members voice their philanthropic priorities, then a committee evaluates the applications and makes funding recommendations. Members have the final vote on grant recipients and amounts.

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Area youth are recognized for their achievements in volunteerism and academics. Members and others nominate youth ages 5-19 for awards, grants and scholarships.

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CWC members are encouraged to serve on Club committees, as well as participate in community service projects. Additionally, the Club collects skillet dinner helper boxes and toiletries for local charities.

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Grant Priority Survey

Members' preferences as to types & location of charities  [2019]

Grant Application

An extensive PDF form required to be submitted by mail  [2019]

Use of Grant Funds Report

Funded charities report how grant funds were used  [2019]

Scholarship Application

For graduating seniors from five area high schools  [Download]

Youth Volunteer Nomination

Anyone may nominate a child 5-19 years old who volunteers [Download]

Youth Grant Request

For graduating seniors who show excellence in volunteer efforts [Download]


Bridges Accelerated Learning Center is an academic alternative school that provides an opportunity for "at-risk" students to complete the required course work necessary for high school graduation. Because the school does not have a PTA, CWC steps in to help in many ways. It collects items for the Bridges students like
pencils and pens. CWC does something special for the teachers each month . . . providing a special treat, lunch or gift cards.

CWC sponsors the annual awards ceremony and reception and graduation for
graduating students and their families. CWC provides tassels for all graduating seniors at the awards ceremony.

Graduating seniors at Bridges are eligible to apply for the Dick Dennison Memorial Scholarship.

2019 grants
Alliance For Children Funds trauma-informed group counseling for child abuse victims in Northeast Tarrant County
Arts Council Northeast Summer Arts College, Arts On Wheels Program & Operational Support
Camp Summit Supports Campership/Financial Assistance Project for qualifying individuals with disabilities
Cancer Care Services Financial, Emotional & Wellness Support programs for Northeast Tarrant County residents
CASA of Tarrant County Training and supervision of court-appointed Special Advocates
Catholic Charities Diocese of Fort Worth Supports the Stay the Course Plus program at the TCC Northeast Campus
The Clubhouse For Special Needs Operational electrical expenses for The Clubhouse Facility
Colleyville Public Library STEAM Kit Purchase (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts & Mathematics) for circulation & library in-house programming for preschool & school-age children
Colleyville Senior Center Purchase a high-resolution camera & accessories
Community Enrichment Center Supports the Empowerment Fund for adults actively working toward improving their economic mobility
Foundation for the Callier Center & Communicative Disorders Audiology & Speech-Language Services to deaf or hard-of-hearing children aged 0-18 from North Texas low-income families
The Gatehouse Provides Mental Health Counseling for women & children
GRACE (Grapevine Relief And Community Exchange) Funds support General Operating Support
I Can Still Shine Funding for the Two-Year Emergency Care Program to assist women & child victims of domestic violence
Kids Matter International Funds the “Around The Block Program,” new clothing & shoe purchases for school-age children
The Ladder Alliance Scholarships to students in the Basic Computer Skills Training and Professional Office Skills Training Programs
Metroport Meals On Wheels Home-delivered meals & Senior Center meals in Colleyville, Grapevine & Southlake
Mid-Cities Care Corps Funds support Transportation, Helping Hands and Social Outreach for Seniors
Mommies Enduring Neonatal Death (MEND) Support of the Annual Walk To Remember
North Texas SNAP (Special Needs Assistance Partners) Supports SNAP’s Greater Independent Living Program for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities
SafeHaven of Tarrant County Comprehensive Shelter Services for Northeast Tarrant County victims of domestic violence & their children
Summer Santa Camp Scholarships for qualifying children within Northeast Tarrant County
The WARM Place Grief Support Services for children
The Women's Center of Tarrant County “Play it Safe!” Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program in Tarrant County