Texas nonprofits

GiveNKind’s nonprofit partners are registered, 501(c)3 charitable organizations. Your donation to these organizations is tax deductible.

Our mission is to promote and provide the resources, education and programs needed to eliminate the killing of companion animals.

Bridges connects young single mothers in crisis to help, hope, and home. The first step is safe shelter, then four weeks of love and goal setting. Then, we connect mothers to resources, including high school diplomacy, professional counseling, maternity homes, long-term transitional housing, and other nonprofit and government services, to aid them in becoming healthy and independent.

We are a 100% volunteer, non profit that has been operating since 1989 to support foster children in the 7 county region of N. Texas.

We are dedicated to the prevention of childhood obesity and bullying.
Fort Worth Five Loaves and Two Fishes’ goal is to end homelessness and empower poverty stricken communities to become productive. The organization’s existence is for creating unity and peace, by providing food, shelter, clothing, daily essentials and inspiration to every person within our reach.
Our primary focus is on the homeless population, but we also serve in need families and the elderly monthly.

HVSD operates and manages the Veterans’ Resource Center which opened in 2012 as a “one-stop” center to assist veterans. We provide meals, showers, laundry facilities, clothing, a computer lab for job searches and assistance with filing for V.A. benefits.

The mission of Houston: reVision is to leverage the power of community by connecting kids on the edge with mentors, positive peers and life-changing resources.
Our 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.
We are dedicated in distributing food to those living in extreme poverty throughout the Philippines.
The “I Can Still Shine Program” is a faith-based, safe, supportive center for women and children from all walks of life, with no exceptions. We provide our clients the opportunity to choose safety over domestic violence and drug abuse. We offer a new start to our women and children.

Inspired Vision Compassion Center is a food bank distributing food to families in need in the Dallas, Texas area. This charity also has support systems to facilitate change in poverty areas.

Our goal is to introduce children to a global perspective of arts, athletics, technology and music with the hope of making a brighter future for them and our society.

K9’s For Freedom & Independence trains Therapy Dogs and donates them to First Responder Agencies or Organizations. We also donate Detection Dogs to small agencies wanting a dog but can’t afford to obtain one.

LLT helps refugee and immigrant women achieve belonging in their new community. We connect them with women volunteers for: – Language practice – Navigating daily life – Friendship and sisterhood.

We work to impact all those in need, help in alleviating poverty and working harder to be a part of Change.

Our mission is to promote the dignity and independence of older adults, persons with disabilities, and other homebound persons by delivering nutritious meals and providing or coordinating needed services.

Our mission is to protect, serve and build a better future for children, families, and seniors by feeding families in need, providing services to seniors to ensure the proper care for seniors, and encouraging and building confidence in children and teens.
Startup Kids Club’s mission is to ensure that all children are afforded the opportunity to succeed at life beyond the classroom.
Our mission is to improve the mental health and well-being of military service members and family members, at-risk youth, and others with mental health needs through equine assisted therapies including counseling and psychotherapy, therapeutic activities, education, community engagement, and research.

Turning Point Center provides food, shelter and the essentials to ages 50 and above.

We want all those who are in need of information and/or help with locating legal assistance to have the resources necessary when their civil rights have been violated. Such a large number of people don’t know what to do or who to call in these matters and we want people to know that they are not alone and there is help.

In the name of Christ, West Houston Assistance Ministries serves those who come to them for help regardless of background, belief or circumstance.

Our mission is to help uplift and meet the needs of our surrounding communities. We are here to help our neighbors, friends, children, senior citizens and homeless population have some of their most basic needs met. We also will work to connect our participants with programs that offer resources that will help them overcome daily challenges and achieve their full potential.