Donate to Ferguson Road Initiative (FRI) on September 18th
North Texas Giving Day formerly DonorBridge!
Here's how it works:
On Thursday, September 18th, every donation to the Ferguson Road Initiative (FRI) through www.NorthTexasGivingDay.org North Texas' online resource that connects donors with nonprofit organizations, we will receive bonus funds from the Communities Foundation of Texas.
How to Give:
Click our Donation Page between 6 a.m. and midnight, search for "Ferguson Road Initiative" and click "Donate Now." Your donation will go a long way in helping FRI continue to meet our mission to transform Far East Dallas into a Safe, Beautiful, Prosperous and Proud community by inspiring hope and working together to achieve a shared vision.”
By donating on North Texas Giving Day you will help support FRI’s advocacy efforts to build the first Regional Recreation Center in the City of Dallas on Highland Road, continue serving vulnerable families through our Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) & Financial Education Network (FEN) programs, as well as supporting our communication network.
Be One of our 50 @ $50 Investors:
If you donated last year, we challenge you to consider doubling your contribution this year. If you are a first time investor, we hope you will consider becoming one of our 50 new contributors at the $50 level!
By visiting www.NorthTexasGivingDay.org the online giving web site for North Texas Giving Day, you can make a difference with your gift to the Ferguson Road Initiative.
Join Our Celebration!
Join FRI friends and neighbors on September 18th at the White Rock Hills Library (9150 Ferguson Road) from 6-7:30 p.m. where we will watch the leaderboard and celebrate our success! With your help, we WILL reach our “50 @ $50” fundraising goal on North Texas Giving Day!
North Texas Giving Day is an online giving event that provides nonprofits the opportunity to gain exposure to — and start relationships with — new donors, and for people in North Texas to come together to raise as much money as possible for local nonprofits. In just five years, North Texas Givin