A Taste For Dallas Sports Fundraiser founded
Since its formation, the Rotary Event has raised over $151,000 to fund Student Scholarships, Classroom Technological Equipment, Student School supplies, School Uniforms, family and child support programs such as CASA, White Rose (infant car seats), Well Community, to name just a few.
12th Annual Event
In 2006, A Taste for Dallas Sports was formed to celebrate Dallas-Fort Worth sports teams and raise funds and awareness.
The Dallas Trinity Rotary Club and the Fair Park Rotary Club select grants to focus on inner city education support including literacy, youth, special needs assistance and student scholarship programs.
Who We Are www.dallastrinityrotary.org
Rotary is the world's first service club. The first Rotary Club was founded in Chicago, Illinois, USA on February 23, 1905. Rotarians meet weekly for fellowship and interesting and informative programs dealing with topics of local and global importance. Membership reflects a wide cross-section of community representation.
Dallas Trinity Rotary meets weekly at the Infomart, 1950 Stemmons Freeway 7th floor on Monday’s from 12-1. www.dallastrinityrotary.org
Grants have been awarded projects in the last 10 years including
Well Community https://wellcommunity.org/
Friends Who Care friendswhocare.com/
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) https://www.dallascasa.org/
Saint Joseph's Helpers of Dallas (White Rose Women's Center) http://saintjosephshelpers.org/
Tyler Street Christian Academy www.tsca.org/
Tyler Street Community Services
Dallas All Sports Association (DASA) www.dallasallsports.org
The Dallas All Sports Association is 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1965 by Dallas businessman, Field Scovell whose love of sports was only exceeded by his love of the Dallas community. In founding DASA, Scovell envisioned a special organization, philanthropic in nature, created to award recognition and scholarship grants to deserving individuals.
The mission of DASA is to provide college scholarships for under-served youth who have been accepted by a college or university, but simply lack the financial support to attend.