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DALLAS FOUNDATION A TX NONPROFIT CORPORATION
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T Philanthropy, Voluntarism, and Grantmaking
T31 Community Foundations
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The Dallas Foundation is the oldest community foundation in Texas. As a community foundation, the Foundation offers a range of ways for local philanthropists to assist the community: donor advised funds, designated and agency endowment funds, field of interest funds, scholarship funds and unrestricted funds. Donor advisors have the right to recommend grants periodically in their areas of interest. Designated and agency endowment funds are established by or on behalf of particular nonprofits that will benefit from the fund. Field of interest funds give discretion to the Foundation to make grants in some area of particular interest to the donor, such as the arts or medical research. And unrestricted funds permit the Foundation to respond to changing community needs by leaving grant making to the Foundation's discretion.
Mrs. Mary Jalonick
Mary M. Jalonick has served as President of the Foundation since 1987. Mrs. Jalonick participates in several national initiatives for the Council on Foundations: she is a member of the National Standards Action Team and it's immediate past Chair. She is an instructor for the "Community Foundations Fundamentals Course" presented by the Center for Community Foundations Excellence. Mrs. Jalonick is also is a member of the Transatlantic Community Foundation Network. The TCFN provides a platform for the exchange of experience and expertise among community foundations on both sides of the Atlantic seeking to identify good practice and share it with emerging and existing community foundations.
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The Dallas Foundation awards grants to nonprofit organizations throughout the year, but does not have any operating programs.
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The Foundation awarded more than $43 million in grants to charities around the U.S., the largest amount in any single year in our 78 year history.
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