.

The Welman Project connects schools and nonprofits with the community in ways that ignite creativity, environmental activism, and social responsibility.

We serve as a free resource, distributing surplus materials from local companies for creative reuse in the classroom and beyond.

CONSERVE

Enable companies to create less waste in an innovative and impactful way

CONTRIBUTE

Encourage community responsibility for the welfare of our schools and neighborhoods

CREATE

Facilitate the exchange of creative reuse ideas and materials

OUR TEAM

Vanessa Barker

Founder and Executive Director | vanessa@thewelmanproject.org

(By Taylor)

Vanessa is one of those all-around perfect people that just drives you crazy - clever, charming, creative and hilarious. She can pull off outfits that anyone else would look ridiculous in. Her home is like a real-life Pinterest board. She is both the idea person, and the person who makes things happen. Fortunately she’s also impossible to hate, because she’s incredibly humble, thoughtful, and genuine.

Vanessa is the kind of person who can move across the country with nothing but what fits in her car. She went to Emerson College in Boston, where she was in the famed comedy group Jimmy’s Traveling All-Stars, and saw The Fonz speak at her graduation. She lived in a castle in the Netherlands. She taught at a Montessori preschool in the hills of Topanga, California, and in the other hills of San Francisco. She’s been a project manager for events around the country, including building a giant ice wall on the Hudson River for New York Fashion Week. It was the combination of her teaching and event experience that led Vanessa to the idea for The Welman Project in 2008. It’s been her passion ever since.

After a brief 10 year hiatus, she married her high school sweetheart, Travis. Together

they enjoy eating queso, and turning even the most mundane task into a hilarious

adventure. Their daughter, Joey June, is already proving to be as much of an

unstoppable force as her mom. This is both good and bad news for Vanessa.

 

 

Taylor Willis

Founder and Executive Director | taylor@thewelmanproject.org

(By Vanessa)

Taylor is not one to brag, but she might be the most talented human I know. She says that her resume looks like a mess of indecision, but I say it's a testament to her brilliant brain function. I call her my Jill of all Trades. Taylor has been behind a camera since we were kids, always filming and taking pictures, so its no surprise that she's made one helluva career as a videographer, photographer and editor for high profile projects and companies throughout Texas. She's also a whiz at web and graphic design.

Need a costume or anything manufactured with a sewing machine? Call Taylor.

Need a haircut? Good thing Taylor is a licensed cosmetologist.

Have a large event with A-list celebrities? Taylor has personally sourced a birthday cake for Bill Paxton.

Oh, you want the latest home entertainment technology installed in your house? Call Taylor. I'm not kidding.

Literally the only thing Taylor is not good at is eating meat, because she's a vegetarian. And even then, that's a choice. If she wanted to eat meat I bet she could down a steak better than any 300lb cowboy.

Emily Galpin

NatureReach Outreach Director | emily@thewelmanproject.org

Experience: Former Executive Director – Camp Fire, Inc. - Amarillo; Education Director – Amarillo Botanical Garden; Executive Director – Bob Jones Nature Center; Masters in History and Archives; Board experience: City of Southlake Parks and Recreation Board, Southlake Historical Society, Keep Southlake Beautiful, Southlake Sister Cities, Women in the Environment; Training with Master Gardener and Master Naturalist programs; Experienced informal educator including Camp Fire, Inc. and Bob Jones Nature Center; Awards include Shining Star Award / Northeast Tarrant County Arts Council – 2000; City of Southlake Director’s Award – 2001; Texas Forest Service Public Relations Award – with Cross Timbers Urban Forestry Council – 2005; Dallas Fort Worth Directors Association Volunteer Award – 2007; Texas Recreation and Park Society - Regions 2 and 3 Conference Advocate of the Year Award – 2007; Texas Recreation and Park Society Individual Award – 2008; President’s Volunteer Service Award by the President’s Council on Civic Participation – 2008

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Steven Alford

Program Manager | steven@thewelmanproject.org

Rebecca Jung - President

Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co.

Lane Hackemack - Secretary

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital

Kate Lovelady - Treasurer

Freelance Theatre Artist

Katie Summerfield

Dallas Regional Chamber

OUR HISTORY

Why 'Welman'?

"The Welman Project is named after my birth mother, Shelley Welman. Two l’s in Shelley, one in Welman. She gave me up for adoption so that I could have a better life. I was repurposed, in a way, and selflessly given to two folks who needed a little girl. Her spirit and gift live on through this project, this idea of finding the right for your left."  - Vanessa

Who We Serve

We work with educators primarily in the Fort Worth ISD, as well as in public, private and charter schools across DFW.  We also give to 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations. These are some of the places that have received donated materials.

Schools

A.M. Pate Elementary

Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center

Applied Learning Academy

Arlington Heights High

Belt Line Elementary

Benbrook Elementary

Benbrook Middle

Benbrook Middle-High

Birdville Elementary

O. H. Stowe Elementary

Bonnie Brae Elementary

Briscoe Elementary

Bruce Shulkey Elementary

Burton Hill Elementary

Carroll Peak Elementary

Carter Park Elementary

Chapel Hill Academy

Charles Nash Elementary

Chisholm Ridge Elementary

Clifford Davis Elementary

Crowley Learning Center

E.M. Daggett Elementary

Daggett Middle

Daggett Montessori

Dallas Park Elementary

David K. Sellars Elementary

De Zavala Elementary

Dubiski Career High

Dunbar High School

East Handley Elementary

Eastern Hills High

Ed Wilkie Middle

Euless Junior High

Forest Oak Middle

Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts

Fossil Hill Middle

Garner Fine Arts Academy

Glencrest 6th Grade

H. F. Stevens Middle

Harlean Beal Elementary

Harmony Peace Elementary

Hazel Harvey Peace Elementary

Hoover Elementary

Hubbard Heights Elementary

International Leadership of Texas

J. P. Elder Middle

Jack C. Binion Elementary

Jacque Martin Middle

Jean McClung Middle

Joshua High

J. T. Stevens Elementary

Kennedale High

Kinderplatz of Fine Arts

Kirkpatrick Elementary

Leonard Middle

Lake Worth High

Lily B. Clayton Elementary

Lowery Road Elementary

Lucyle Collins Middle

Mary Louise Phillips Elementary

Manuel Jara Elementary

Marine Creek Elementary

Mary Harris Intermediate 5/6

Maude Logan Elementary

Maudrie M. Walton Elementary

Meacham Middle

Meadowbrook Elementary

Meadowbrook Middle

Midway Park Elementary

Mitchell Boulevard Elementary

M.H. Moore Elementary

Morningside Elementary

Newman International Academy

North Hi Mount Elementary

O. D. Wyatt High

Paschal High

Remynse Elementary

Ridglea Hills Elementary

Rivertree Academy

Rosemont Middle

Rufino Mendoza Elementary

S. H. Crowley Intermediate

S. S. Dillow Elementary

Salado Montessori

Sagamore Hill School

South Hills Elementary

South Hills High

Southwest High School

St Peter's Classical School

Sunrise-McMillan Elementary

Trimble Tech High

Trinity Valley School

Van Zandt-Guinn Elementary

Versia Williams Elementary

W. M. Green Elementary

Wedgwood Academy

Wedgwood Middle

West Handley Elementary

Westcliff Elementary

Westcreek Elementary

Western Hills Elementary

William James Middle

Woodway Elementary

Young Women's Leadership Academy

Nonprofits

Academics360 Educational Support Services

ACH Child and Family Services

Airpower Foundation

American Association of Community Theatre

Amon Carter Museum

Amphibian Stage Productions

Boys and Girls Club

Build a Better Hood Foundation

Camp Fire First Texas

CDF Freedom School - Stop Six

Center for Transforming Lives

ChildCare Group

Communities In Schools of Greater Tarrant County

Community Enrichment Center

Community Food Bank

Cuisine for Healing

Daniel Migael Foundation

Eastside Alliance Community Partnership

Educational First Steps

Embrace UCC

Excellence by Design Education Center

Fairmount Community Library

Fort Worth After School

Fort Worth Graffiti Abatement

Fortress Youth Development Center

Gill Children's Services

Good Neighbors Animal Rescue

Graham Regional Theatre

Hope Center 4 Autism

Kids Who Care Musical Theatre

Lena Pope

Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth

Morningside Children's Partnership

Near Southside, Inc.

North Tri-Ethnic Community Center

Northside Community Center

Project Transformation

Refugee Services of Texas

Rowlett Summer Musicals

Samaritan House

Sunshine Advancements Inc.

Tarrant Area Food Bank

Taste Project

The Arts HUB of Mineral Wells

The Warm Place

True Worth Place

Union Gospel Mission

Community Partners

We couldn't do this without our partners who make the choice to donate instead of dispose. These are some of the businesses and organizations giving back through reuse.

AECOM

American Red Cross

Amon Carter Museum

Amphibian Stage Productions

BOKA Powell

Brightspot Incentives & Events

Brown, PC

byrd + bleecker

Casa Manana

Central States Industrial

Child Care Associates

ChildCare Group

Christ Chapel Bible Church

Civic Entertainment Group

Colonel's Bicycles

Commodity Recycling Solutions

Common Ground

Community Food Bank

Corsicana Geranium Gardens

Dallas Morning News

Dallas Stage Scenery

Ensemble Coworking

First Congregational UCC

Fort Worth Christian

Fort Worth Magazine

Fort Worth Public Access TV

Fortress Youth Development Center

Freese and Nichols, Inc.

Frost Bank

Harris, Finley & Bogle, P.C.

Health Markets Insurance Agency

Heart of a Teacher Consignment

IntegraCare Holdings

Jim Austin Online

Jolin Promo

Jubilee Theatre

Junior League Fort Worth

Keep Fort Worth Beautiful

Kids Who Care Musical Theatre

Kinderplatz of Fine Arts

LKCM Radio Group (95.9 The Ranch)

Lonesome Charlie's Leatherworks

Mac Williams Construction

Metro Mailer

Nationwide Plastics

Near Southside, Inc.

Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen

Pardus Oil and Gas

Pottorff

PuckettPro

Reaching Out MBA

Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth

Rogue Architects

Safran Power and Electrical

Sedona Productions

Southwestern Services

Sterigenics International

Texas Health Occupational Health Clinic

Texas Nonprofit Theatres, Inc.

Texas Oncology

The Hills Church of Christ

The Warm Place

Ubeo Business Services

UNT Health Science Center

USS Fort Worth Support Committee

Van Grow: Art Studio for Kids

Whistle and Sway Salon

Woodbine Furniture

Academics360 Educational Support Services

ACH Child and Family Services

Airpower Foundation

American Association of Community Theatre

Amon Carter Museum

Amphibian Stage Productions

Boys and Girls Club

Build a Better Hood Foundation

Camp Fire First Texas

CDF Freedom School - Stop Six

Center for Transforming Lives

ChildCare Group

Communities In Schools of Greater

     Tarrant County

Community Enrichment Center

Community Food Bank

Cuisine for Healing

Daniel Migael Foundation

Eastside Alliance Community Partnership

Educational First Steps

Embrace UCC

Excellence by Design Education Center

Fairmount Community Library

Fort Worth After School

Fort Worth Graffiti Abatement

Fortress Youth Development Center

Gill Children's Services

Good Neighbors Animal Rescue

Graham Regional Theatre

Hope Center 4 Autism

Kids Who Care Musical Theatre

Lena Pope

Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth

Morningside Children's Partnership

Near Southside, Inc.

North Tri-Ethnic Community Center

Northside Community Center

Project Transformation

Refugee Services of Texas

Rowlett Summer Musicals

Samaritan House

Sunshine Advancements Inc.

Tarrant Area Food Bank

Taste Project

The Arts HUB of Mineral Wells

The Warm Place

True Worth Place

Union Gospel Mission

The Welman Project connects schools and nonprofits with the community in ways that ignite creativity, environmental activism, and social responsibility.

We serve as a free resource, distributing surplus materials from local companies for creative reuse in the classroom and beyond.

CONSERVE

Enable companies to create less waste in an innovative and impactful way

CONTRIBUTE

Encourage community responsibility for the welfare of our schools and neighborhoods

CREATE

Facilitate the exchange of creative reuse ideas and materials

Vanessa Barker

Founder and Executive Director

vanessa@thewelmanproject.org

(By Taylor)

Vanessa is one of those all-around perfect

people that just drives you crazy - clever,

charming, creative and hilarious. She can pull off outfits that anyone else would look ridiculous in. Her home is like a real-life Pinterest board. She is both the idea person, and the person who makes things happen. Fortunately she’s also impossible to hate, because she’s incredibly humble, thoughtful, and genuine.

Vanessa is the kind of person who can move across the country with nothing but what fits in her car. She went to Emerson College in Boston, where she was in the famed comedy group Jimmy’s Traveling All-Stars, and saw The Fonz speak at her graduation. She lived in a castle in the Netherlands. She taught at a Montessori preschool in the hills of Topanga, California, and in the other hills of San Francisco. She’s been a project manager for events around the country, including building a giant ice wall on the Hudson River for New York Fashion Week. It was the combination of her teaching and event experience that led Vanessa to the idea for The Welman Project in 2008. It’s been her passion ever since.

After a brief 10 year hiatus, she married her high school sweetheart, Travis. Together they enjoy eating queso, and turning even the most mundane task into a hilarious adventure. Their daughter, Joey June, is already proving to be as much of an unstoppable force as her mom. This is both good and bad news for Vanessa.

 

 

AECOM

American Red Cross

Amon Carter Museum

Amphibian Stage Productions

BOKA Powell

Brightspot Incentives & Events

Brown, PC

byrd + bleecker

Casa Manana

Central States Industrial

Child Care Associates

ChildCare Group

Christ Chapel Bible Church

Civic Entertainment Group

Colonel's Bicycles

Commodity Recycling Solutions

Common Ground

Community Food Bank

Corsicana Geranium Gardens

Dallas Morning News

Dallas Stage Scenery

Ensemble Coworking

First Congregational UCC

Fort Worth Christian

Fort Worth Magazine

Fort Worth Public Access TV

Fortress Youth Development Center

Freese and Nichols, Inc.

Frost Bank

Harris, Finley & Bogle, P.C.

Health Markets Insurance Agency

Heart of a Teacher Consignment

IntegraCare Holdings

Jim Austin Online

Jolin Promo

Jubilee Theatre

Junior League Fort Worth

Keep Fort Worth Beautiful

Kids Who Care Musical Theatre

Kinderplatz of Fine Arts

LKCM Radio Group (95.9 The Ranch)

Lonesome Charlie's Leatherworks

Mac Williams Construction

Metro Mailer

Nationwide Plastics

Near Southside, Inc.

Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen

Pardus Oil and Gas

Pottorff

PuckettPro

Reaching Out MBA

Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth

Rogue Architects

Safran Power and Electrical

Sedona Productions

Southwestern Services

Sterigenics International

Texas Health Occupational Health Clinic

Texas Nonprofit Theatres, Inc.

Texas Oncology

The Hills Church of Christ

The Warm Place

Ubeo Business Services

UNT Health Science Center

USS Fort Worth Support Committee

Van Grow: Art Studio for Kids

Whistle and Sway Salon

Woodbine Furniture

Vanessa Barker

Founder and Executive Director | vanessa@thewelmanproject.org

(By Taylor)

Vanessa is one of those all-around perfect people that just drives you crazy - clever, charming, creative and hilarious. She can pull off outfits that anyone else would look ridiculous in. Her home is like a real-life Pinterest board. She is both the idea person, and the person who makes things happen. Fortunately she’s also impossible to hate, because she’s incredibly humble, thoughtful, and genuine.

Vanessa is the kind of person who can move across the country with nothing but what fits in her car. She went to Emerson College in Boston, where she was in the famed comedy group Jimmy’s Traveling All-Stars, and saw The Fonz speak at her graduation. She lived in a castle in the Netherlands. She taught at a Montessori preschool in the hills of Topanga, California, and in the other hills of San Francisco. She’s been a project manager for events around the country, including building a giant ice wall on the Hudson River for New York Fashion Week. It was the combination of her teaching and event experience that led Vanessa to the idea for The Welman Project in 2008. It’s been her passion ever since.

After a brief 10 year hiatus, she married her high school sweetheart, Travis. Together they enjoy eating queso, and turning even the most mundane task into a hilarious adventure. Their daughter, Joey June, is already proving to be as much of an unstoppable force as her mom. This is both good and bad news for Vanessa.

 

 

A.M. Pate Elementary

Alice Carlson Applied

     Learning Center

Applied Learning Academy

Arlington Heights High

Belt Line Elementary

Benbrook Elementary

Benbrook Middle

Benbrook Middle-High

Birdville Elementary

O. H. Stowe Elementary

Bonnie Brae Elementary

Briscoe Elementary

Bruce Shulkey Elementary

Burton Hill Elementary

Carroll Peak Elementary

Carter Park Elementary

Chapel Hill Academy

Charles Nash Elementary

Chisholm Ridge Elementary

Clifford Davis Elementary

Crowley Learning Center

E.M. Daggett Elementary

Daggett Middle

Daggett Montessori

Dallas Park Elementary

David K. Sellars Elementary

De Zavala Elementary

Dubiski Career High

Dunbar High School

East Handley Elementary

Eastern Hills High

Ed Wilkie Middle

Euless Junior High

Forest Oak Middle

Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts

Fossil Hill Middle

Garner Fine Arts Academy

Glencrest 6th Grade

H. F. Stevens Middle

Harlean Beal Elementary

Harmony Peace Elementary

Hazel Harvey Peace Elementary

Hoover Elementary

Hubbard Heights Elementary

International Leadership of Texas

J. P. Elder Middle

Jack C. Binion Elementary

Jacque Martin Middle

Jean McClung Middle

Joshua High

J. T. Stevens Elementary

Kennedale High

Kinderplatz of Fine Arts

Kirkpatrick Elementary

Leonard Middle

Lake Worth High

Lily B. Clayton Elementary

Lowery Road Elementary

Lucyle Collins Middle

Mary Louise Phillips Elementary

Manuel Jara Elementary

Marine Creek Elementary

Mary Harris Intermediate 5/6

Maude Logan Elementary

Maudrie M. Walton Elementary

Meacham Middle

Meadowbrook Elementary

Meadowbrook Middle

Midway Park Elementary

Mitchell Boulevard Elementary

M.H. Moore Elementary

Morningside Elementary

Newman International Academy

North Hi Mount Elementary

O. D. Wyatt High

Paschal High

Remynse Elementary

Ridglea Hills Elementary

Rivertree Academy

Rosemont Middle

Rufino Mendoza Elementary

S. H. Crowley Intermediate

S. S. Dillow Elementary

Salado Montessori

Sagamore Hill School

South Hills Elementary

South Hills High

Southwest High School

St Peter's Classical School

Sunrise-McMillan Elementary

Trimble Tech High

Trinity Valley School

Van Zandt-Guinn Elementary

Versia Williams Elementary

W. M. Green Elementary

Wedgwood Academy

Wedgwood Middle

West Handley Elementary

Westcliff Elementary

Westcreek Elementary

Western Hills Elementary

William James Middle

Woodway Elementary

Young Women's Leadership

     Academy

Academics360 Educational Support Services

ACH Child and Family Services

Airpower Foundation

American Association of Community Theatre

Amon Carter Museum

Amphibian Stage Productions

Boys and Girls Club

Build a Better Hood Foundation

Camp Fire First Texas

CDF Freedom School - Stop Six

Center for Transforming Lives

ChildCare Group

Communities In Schools of Greater Tarrant County

Community Enrichment Center

Community Food Bank

Cuisine for Healing

Daniel Migael Foundation

Eastside Alliance Community Partnership

Educational First Steps

Embrace UCC

Excellence by Design Education Center

Fairmount Community Library

Fort Worth After School

Fort Worth Graffiti Abatement

Fortress Youth Development Center

Gill Children's Services

Good Neighbors Animal Rescue

Graham Regional Theatre

Hope Center 4 Autism

Kids Who Care Musical Theatre

Lena Pope

Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth

Morningside Children's Partnership

Near Southside, Inc.

North Tri-Ethnic Community Center

Northside Community Center

Project Transformation

Refugee Services of Texas

Rowlett Summer Musicals

Samaritan House

Sunshine Advancements Inc.

Tarrant Area Food Bank

Taste Project

The Arts HUB of Mineral Wells

The Warm Place

True Worth Place

Union Gospel Mission

AECOM

American Red Cross

Amon Carter Museum

Amphibian Stage Productions

BOKA Powell

Brightspot Incentives & Events

Brown, PC

byrd + bleecker

Casa Manana

Central States Industrial

Child Care Associates

ChildCare Group

Christ Chapel Bible Church

Civic Entertainment Group

Colonel's Bicycles

Commodity Recycling Solutions

Common Ground

Community Food Bank

Corsicana Geranium Gardens

Dallas Morning News

Dallas Stage Scenery

Ensemble Coworking

First Congregational UCC

Fort Worth Christian

Fort Worth Magazine

Fort Worth Public Access TV

Fortress Youth Development Center

Freese and Nichols, Inc.

Frost Bank

Harris, Finley & Bogle, P.C.

Health Markets Insurance Agency

Heart of a Teacher Consignment

IntegraCare Holdings

Jim Austin Online

Jolin Promo

Jubilee Theatre

Junior League Fort Worth

Keep Fort Worth Beautiful

Kids Who Care Musical Theatre

Kinderplatz of Fine Arts

LKCM Radio Group (95.9 The Ranch)

Lonesome Charlie's Leatherworks

Mac Williams Construction

Metro Mailer

Nationwide Plastics

Near Southside, Inc.

Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen

Pardus Oil and Gas

Pottorff

PuckettPro

Reaching Out MBA

Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth

Rogue Architects

Safran Power and Electrical

Sedona Productions

Southwestern Services

Sterigenics International

Texas Health Occupational Health Clinic

Texas Nonprofit Theatres, Inc.

Texas Oncology

The Hills Church of Christ

The Warm Place

Ubeo Business Services

UNT Health Science Center

USS Fort Worth Support Committee

Van Grow: Art Studio for Kids

Whistle and Sway Salon

Woodbine Furniture

A.M. Pate Elementary

Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center

Applied Learning Academy

Arlington Heights High

Belt Line Elementary

Benbrook Elementary

Benbrook Middle

Benbrook Middle-High

Birdville Elementary

O. H. Stowe Elementary

Bonnie Brae Elementary

Briscoe Elementary

Bruce Shulkey Elementary

Burton Hill Elementary

Carroll Peak Elementary

Carter Park Elementary

Chapel Hill Academy

Charles Nash Elementary

Chisholm Ridge Elementary

Clifford Davis Elementary

Crowley Learning Center

E.M. Daggett Elementary

Daggett Middle

Daggett Montessori

Dallas Park Elementary

David K. Sellars Elementary

De Zavala Elementary

Dubiski Career High

Dunbar High School

East Handley Elementary

Eastern Hills High

Ed Wilkie Middle

Euless Junior High

Forest Oak Middle

Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts

Fossil Hill Middle

Garner Fine Arts Academy

Glencrest 6th Grade

H. F. Stevens Middle

Harlean Beal Elementary

Harmony Peace Elementary

Hazel Harvey Peace Elementary

Hoover Elementary

Hubbard Heights Elementary

International Leadership of Texas

J. P. Elder Middle

Jack C. Binion Elementary

Jacque Martin Middle

Jean McClung Middle

Joshua High

J. T. Stevens Elementary

Kennedale High

Kinderplatz of Fine Arts

Kirkpatrick Elementary

Leonard Middle

Lake Worth High

Lily B. Clayton Elementary

Lowery Road Elementary

Lucyle Collins Middle

Mary Louise Phillips Elementary

Manuel Jara Elementary

Marine Creek Elementary

Mary Harris Intermediate 5/6

Maude Logan Elementary

Maudrie M. Walton Elementary

Meacham Middle

Meadowbrook Elementary

Meadowbrook Middle

Midway Park Elementary

Mitchell Boulevard Elementary

M.H. Moore Elementary

Morningside Elementary

Newman International Academy

North Hi Mount Elementary

O. D. Wyatt High

Paschal High

Remynse Elementary

Ridglea Hills Elementary

Rivertree Academy

Rosemont Middle

Rufino Mendoza Elementary

S. H. Crowley Intermediate

S. S. Dillow Elementary

Salado Montessori

Sagamore Hill School

South Hills Elementary

South Hills High

Southwest High School

St Peter's Classical School

Sunrise-McMillan Elementary

Trimble Tech High

Trinity Valley School

Van Zandt-Guinn Elementary

Versia Williams Elementary

W. M. Green Elementary

Wedgwood Academy

Wedgwood Middle

West Handley Elementary

Westcliff Elementary

Westcreek Elementary

Western Hills Elementary

William James Middle

Woodway Elementary

Young Women's Leadership Academy

Academics360 Educational Support Services

ACH Child and Family Services

Airpower Foundation

American Association of Community Theatre

Amon Carter Museum

Amphibian Stage Productions

Boys and Girls Club

Build a Better Hood Foundation

Camp Fire First Texas

CDF Freedom School - Stop Six

Center for Transforming Lives

ChildCare Group

Communities In Schools of Greater Tarrant County

Community Enrichment Center

Community Food Bank

Cuisine for Healing

Daniel Migael Foundation

Eastside Alliance Community Partnership

Educational First Steps

Embrace UCC

Excellence by Design Education Center

Fairmount Community Library

Fort Worth After School

Fort Worth Graffiti Abatement

Fortress Youth Development Center

Gill Children's Services

Good Neighbors Animal Rescue

Graham Regional Theatre

Hope Center 4 Autism

Kids Who Care Musical Theatre

Lena Pope

Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth

Morningside Children's Partnership

Near Southside, Inc.

North Tri-Ethnic Community Center

Northside Community Center

Project Transformation

Refugee Services of Texas

Rowlett Summer Musicals

Samaritan House

Sunshine Advancements Inc.

Tarrant Area Food Bank

Taste Project

The Arts HUB of Mineral Wells

The Warm Place

True Worth Place

Union Gospel Mission