The purpose of the FC Dallas Foundation’s Community Action Grant program is to support non-profit organizations with similar missions of promoting healthy, active lifestyles for underserved communities in the North Texas area. Each grant recipient receives a $5,000 grant from the FC Dallas Foundation. Applications for the 2024 Grant Cycle will open soon.


  1. Provide opportunities for underserved individuals and communities
  2. Serve those in the local North Texas community
  3. Focus on nutrition, healthy activity, and education

2021 Grant Recipients

ATMN 2021

All Things Made New

The mission of All Things Made New is to provide mentorship, character development, and life skills training for youth to lead fulfilling and rewarding lives. Currently working with 138 students, their vision supports and empowers youth facing high-risk behaviors and the ultimate goal of All Things Made New is to motivate middle school and high school students to be goal oriented with strong character as they grow into adulthood.

Rosa 2021
LIRA 2021


ROSAesROJO makes wellness and cancer prevention accessible to the high-risk cancer population of Hispanic women in North Texas. Their mission is to educate these women on the topics of nutrition, physical activity, emotional health and positive thinking through the use of culturally relevant content in Spanish. The Rojo Way is a 20-hour program that uses in-person and virtual group sessions, one on one mentoring and support groups as an education mechanism to help prevent cancer and other chronic diseases for this high-risk population.

L.I.R.A. Group

The L.I.R.A. (Leadership, Integrity, Respect, Accountability) Group is committed to the development, coaching, promoting and teaching life skills to the poor, under served, the youth and young adults. Through programs like Comfort for College and MyCup, the ultimate goal of the L.I.R.A. Group is to improve academic achievement, self-esteem, social competence and avoidance of problem behavior by providing a relationship with a caring team who’s committed to help them reach their full potential.


Frisco Fastpacs

Dedicated to at-risk students in our community, Frisco Fastpacs ensures no child in Frisco is left hungry when school is not in session. In Frisco ISD, approximately 9,200 students qualify for the free or reduced lunch plan which means that 9,200 students are at risk of going hungry when school is not in session. Frisco Fastpacs combats this by providing weekend pacs consisting of enough non-perishable, easily prepared food to last for the seven meals between the time a child leaves school on Friday and returns the following Monday morning.

Homegrown Helper Gift

The FC Dallas Homegrown Helper Gift is a $5,000 donation to an organization that has been voted on by FC Dallas homegrown players.

The FC Dallas Foundation and CornerStone Staffing Announce 2021 Community Action Grantees -

Hugs Café

The 2021 recipient of the Homegrown Helper Gift, a $5,000 donation to an organization that has been voted on by FC Dallas homegrown players, is Hugs Café. Hugs Café, located in McKinney, is dedicated to providing meaningful training and competitively paid employment to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Past Recipients


  • Boys & Girls Club of Vernon
  • Community Storehouse
  • Heart House
  • Wesley-Rankin Community Center
  • Family Gateway


  • Heart House
  • Lakewest YMCA
  • Mercy Street
  • 6 Stones - Liga HEB
  • Homegrown Helper Gift: ChildCareGroup


  • Bonton Farms
  • Bush Elementary - Patriots Soccer Program
  • Jubilee Park & Community Center
  • Love is Ministry - Vickery United FC
  • Homegrown Helper Gift: North Texas Food Bank


  • Girls' Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas
  • Refugee Services of Texas
  • 6 Stones
  • Jubilee Park & Community Center