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Charitable Grants and Scholarships

The Southlake Newcomers Club supports many charitable organizations with material, financial and personal donations.  Listed below are the charities that we have supported in the past.  Each year our members work hard to provide these worthwhile organizations with support.  Click here for grant application.

For 2015-2016 proceeds from our February fundraiser went to support the I Can Still Shine Program as well as fund scholarships for graduating seniors.

The I Can Still Shine Program is a safe supportive haven for women and their children from all walks of life. They offer safety, anonymity and protection instead of victimization, domestic violence and abuse. Funds will be used to help families in the program with emergency rent, food, clothing, medical care, emergency counseling, and other emergency expenses to get them into safety.

Scholarship Applications

Scholarships are awarded each year to graduating seniors.  If you would like to be considered for one of the scholarships awarded, please complete the required application and mail to the Southlake Newcomers' Club, Attn: Ways and Means Committee, P.O. Box 93177, Southlake, TX  76092.   Download the scholarship application here or here to view and print.

Applications and all required documentation must be postmarked by April 25, 2017.  Recipients will receive notice during the May awards ceremony at their high school.  The scholarship application and eligibility criteria will be available by January 1, 2017. Eligibility criteria may be accessed by clicking here.

Past Grant Recipients


Arts Council Northeast

Arts Council’s mission is to encourage, support and facilitate artistic cultural opportunities within the communities of North Tarrant County.  Funds will be used to pay tuition for Summer Arts College for childern who otherwise could not afford to attend.

Bob Jones Nature Center Organization

BJNC is dedicated to the preservation of local natural resource and history; accomplished by providing places of compatible recreation, and fostering education about our natural environment.  Funds will be used to assist with supplies for the 3rd annual Scout Earth Day.  Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts will learn about the environment and nature, and earn achievements toward badges


Call A Ride of Southlake

CARS is a voluntary service organization providing non-emergency transportation to senior citizens and disabled adults residing in Southlake TX.  Grant will be used to partially fund the mobile telephone service which is the center of the organization, and to promote usage of and support of their operation.


Cancer Care Services

This group’s mission is to provide help and hope to cancer patients, their families and caregivers through direct financial, emotional, spiritual and social programs, services and activities.  Funds will be used to help purchase cancer related medications for low income cancer patients living in Northeast Tarrant County.

Christ’s Haven for Children

Christ’s Haven provides a warm, loving, Christian environment in which children in need of basic care can grow physically, emotionally, and spiritually to become productive citizens in society.  Grant will partially fund Summer Camp Program in 2012.


Christmas is For Children

CIFC mission is to provide wants, needs, and educational items to needy children and to provide their families with food baskets.  The families deal with poverty, AIDS, domestic violence, and substance abusing parents.  Funds will be used to purchase laundry baskets that will be given as food baskets to the families in 2012.


Community Enrichment Center

CEC’s mission is to restore hope, share God’s love and change lives in our community.  Funds will sponsor a family in the Open Arms Program, a two-year transitional housing program providing a safe and stable housing environment for victims of domestic violence and their children.


Community Storehouse

Community Storehouse is dedicated to the well being and education of the children in the community.  Funds will be used for emergency crisis care, educational support, and special programs to assist economically disadvantaged children in this area.


I Can Still Shine Program

I Can Still Shine Program is a safe supportive haven for women and their children from all walks of life.  They offer safety, anonymity and protection instead of victimization, domestic violence and abuse.  Funds will be used to help families in the program with emergency rent, food, clothing, medical care, emergency counseling, and other emergency expenses to get them into safety.


Metroport Meals on Wheels

MMOW is a grassroots volunteer advocate for the elderly and those in need through home-delivered meals, senior center lunch and activity programs and other support services.  They are neighbors helping neighbors to alleviate hunger, isolation, and loneliness in our communities, and to foster the independence, worth, and dignity of each individual we serve.  Grant will be used to partially fund the home delivered meals program which provides a hot noon meal and personal interaction while supporting independence for seniors in their own homes.


Mid Cities Christmas Providers

The mission of Christmas Providers is to assist less-fortunate families with children in the HEB and Birdville School Districts by providing ‘Christmas’ for them using an ‘adopt-a-family’ approach.  Our organization consists entirely of volunteers.  Funds will be used to purchase grocery store gift cards that will be provided to families adopted through this program.


Neuro Assistance Foundation

NAF is dedicated to assisting spinal cord injured and disabled people in our community to achieve self-sufficiency and mobility through assistive vehicles, equipment, technology and home modifications.  Grant will provide clean catheters for children with spina bifida when leaving Texas Scottish Rite Hospital and transitioning to home.  Some funds will also be used for mobility equipment and home modifications as necessary.


Rocky Top Therapy Center

Rocky Top’s mission is to provide services that will improve the quality of life for individuals who have disabilities or are disadvantaged, and to provide those services to all who may benefit regardless of their financial ability.  Funding will provide scholarships for at-risk children and special needs kids to participate in the services at Rocky Top Thearapy Center.

North Texas SNAP, Inc. (Special Needs Assistance Partners)

North Texas Snap is dedicated to creating and supporting a variety of programs and services for the enrichment and well-being of people with intellectual disabilities.  Funds will be used to provide Yellow Cab vouchers to assist members to get to their jobs, medical appointments, education and social opportunities.


Summer Santa, Inc.

Summer Santa’s mission is to enrich and nurture the lives of children in need within greater Northeast Tarrant County by sponsoring activities, providing for medical needs and making available back-to-school clothing and school supplies.  Funds will be used for the placement of less fortunate children, ages 7 -14, in a summer camp of their choice through the Summer Santa Summer Camp Scholarship Program. 


Youth World

The mission of Youth World is to impact “at-risk” youth, inspire hope for their future, and relieve family economic burden.  Grant funds will be used for the Summer Feeding/Mentoring Program which provides free lunches and snacks to children who would go without during the summer weeks.



Scholarships to local graduating Seniors


      Southlake Newcomers Club P.O. Box 93177, Southlake, TX 76092


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