North Texas Giving Day

Multiple local organizations are joining with a wide variety of agencies across the area and have signed up to be a part of this year’s 12th anniversary North Texas Giving Day.

Multiple local organizations are joining with a wide variety of agencies across the area and have signed up to be a part of this year’s 12th anniversary North Texas Giving Day.

The official event is Sept. 17 and donors can log on now to www.NorthTexasGivingDay.org and donations of $25 and above will be matched by millions in bonus funds and prizes.

A list of certified non-profits are listed on the North Texas Giving Day web site and include the Royse City Independent School District Education Foundation, Royse City PAWS and the Royse City American Legion Post No. 100.

North Texas Giving Day was launched in 2009 by the Communities Foundation of Texas, based in Dallas. According to the website, it is the most comprehensive and free public resource for connecting North Texas non-profits and their supporters.

Among the other organizations seeking assistance this year are will be Hunt County Shared Ministries/FISH, No Kill Hunt County, CASA for Hunt County, Hunt County Kids Inc., Hunt County Pets Alive and many more.

In 2019, almost $50.2 million was raised and this year North Texas Giving Day is assisting some 3,000 nonprofit agencies in 27 causes in 20 North Texas counties.

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