We can’t thank you enough

Hundreds of individuals and organizations from as far away as Lubbock stepped up to directly help Dallas ISD schools, students and families affected by a devastating tornado. Dallas ISD is overwhelmed and grateful for the donation of supplies for classrooms, sports equipment, gift cards for teacher materials, and help to families affected by the natural disaster.

Thank you!

The list of donors so far includes:

  • Hundreds of individuals
  • Numerous donors who have purchased items from the Amazon wish list
  • Amazon
  • Hamon Charitable Foundation
  • Thomas Jefferson Alumni Association
  • Michael’s
  • Credit Union of Texas
  • Allstate
  • Staples
  • Texas Rangers Foundation
  • NEC Corporation
  • Builders FirstSource
  • Office Depot
  • United to Learn
  • Briggs & Freeman
  • Dallas Stars Foundation
  • FC Dallas
  • Highland Park ISD Dad’s Club
  • Keller ISD
  • Boots & Badges of The South Plains (Lubbock)
  • Riverside Church Butterfly School
  • Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
  • Dallas Mavericks Foundation
  • Just Say Yes
  • Central Market
  • Parkland Hospital
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Texas Instruments

A number of individuals, businesses and organizations have also donated their time at schools where students displaced by the tornado damage are now attending classes and have offered to continue to support the district through volunteer efforts, including Pat and Emmitt Smith Charities, Colleyville ISD teachers, T-Mobile, Microsoft, Home Depot, AT&T, Allstate, and State Farm.


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