Here are some of our favorite charities located in cities nearby Fort Worth, TX. We have made sure each of them are eligible for tax deductions when you help your local community by donating your car. Your values and choice can make a difference.
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Faith Driven. Service Driven. Forward Driven.
Charities Fort Worth is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1910 with the mission to meet the needs of children, families, elderly, refugees, and immigrants in the diocese of Fort Worth, regardless of creed, race, ethnicity, or culture. In 2010, Catholic Charities Fort Worth served over 110,000 individuals and families in need, using more than 90 cents out of every dollar donated to directly provide services through over 40 programs. For more information, please visit us at CatholicCharitiesFortWorth.org.
Kindness, justice, and mercy to every living creature
The Humane Society of North Texas (HSNT) has been serving Tarrant and surrounding counties since 1905. HSNT's mission is to act as an advocate on behalf of all animals and to ensure their legal, moral and ethical consideration and protection; to provide for the well-being of animals who are abandoned, injured, neglected, mistreated or otherwise in need; to promote an appreciation of animals; and to instill respect for all living things. In accordance to our mission, we promote kindness, justice and mercy to every living creature entering our door. To accomplish our mission, we provide adoptions, humane investigations, animal surrender and admission, emergency rescue, a spay and neuter program, lost and found, and animal education.
Delivering meals and so much more
Since 1973, Meals On Wheels, Inc. of Tarrant County (MOWI) has provided hot, nourishing meals to elderly and disabled persons who are unable to prepare meals for themselves. The meals, daily contact by caring volunteers and professional case management allow frail, homebound persons to remain in their own homes, where they want to be. Today, a volunteer force of 4,700 delivers to 4,900 people who truly need our help in neighborhoods throughout Tarrant County. Volunteers also deliver blankets, fans, supplemental groceries, medical equipment, microwave ovens, and other items essential to help a client maintain their independence. In addition, MOWI provides professional case management to thousands of frail and isolated persons each year.In addition to meals, the agency has 3 outcome based health programs to assist clients with chronic disease management, medication management, and goal setting to improve overall health.
Providing a safe and caring environment for exotic animals
International Exotic Animal Sanctuary (IEAS) was founded in Boyd, Texas in 1988. The inhabitants include bobcats, cougars, lions, tigers, and bears among other species. The purpose and goals of IEAS are to provide a permanent sanctuary for exotic animals that have been abused, abandoned, neglected, confiscated, or previously owned by people unwilling or unable to provide for these magnificent beings. Additionally, IEAS educates the public through school programs, tour lectures, support for conservation programs, and public appearances about the value and worth of these sensitive, intelligent and perceptive animals, so that their future, as an important part of our world, is insured. We are committed to strengthening and promoting conservation education and other avenues to foster conservation in which we can participate. Our major goal is to give the resident animals the best quality of life we can give them in captivity through our Emotional Enrichment Program, which deals with the emotional well-being of each individual animal and its individual emotional needs.
Uniting with others in Christian love to meet the needs of people.
Cornerstone was established in 1992 to meet the needs and restore the hope of individuals and families suffering under the burden of poverty in Tarrant County, Texas. Since inception, Cornerstone has been a major resource for churches, businesses and other community organizations through its provision of relief, recovery and restoration services. By networking other agencies, Cornerstone offers direct-service programs that are non-duplicated in approach and efficient in administration.
To engage our community, contribute to the cultural knowledge and inspire an appreciation for the art of dance
Texas Ballet Theater brings world-class ballet to North Texas to engage our community, contribute to the cultural knowledge and inspire an appreciation for the art of dance. While educating and training the next generation of outstanding dancers, we encourage creativity, collaboration and expression and seek to create a nationally recognized environment for dancers and choreographers to develop and showcase their talents. As the only fully professional, classical ballet company of the region, our Company consists of 42 dancers and two ballet academies serving a total of 365 students.
Restoring the Wounded
Founded in 1981, the Roever Evangelistic Association is committed to seeing the youth of America and their families come to saving faith in Jesus Christ and to be assimilated into the local church, using every means possible, but primarily through proclamation evangelism. It is the vision of Roever Evangelistic Association to present the Gospel of Jesus Christ to everyone possible, with primary focus on the youth and families of America. Since its inception, Roever Evangelistic Association has successfully reached audiences through such venues as interdenominational evangelistic rallies, school assemblies, business, men's & youth conventions, and media presentations. Additionally, printed publications as well as video and audio materials play a vital role in fulfilling the Association's mission.