We value our long partnerships with the following foundations, organizations and parishes that are major sponsors of St. Simon’s programs.
Capital for Kids – Capital for Kids is a network of individuals and organizations involved and serving the investment management business dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children in need. Through the partnership of our sponsors and grant recipients, Capital for Kids supports organizations that educate, protect and encourage at-risk children. We believe every child deserves a chance to succeed.
Chi-Omega Christmas – The Chi Omega Christmas Market offers a unique one-of-a-kind shopping experience with over 180 merchants showcasing gifts for every age including holiday decor, women’s clothing and accessories, home accents, children’s clothing and toys, food gifts, and much more! In its 40 year history, Chi Omega Christmas Market has distributed over $7.76 million dollars to the Dallas community through grants to local charities and collegiate scholarships.
Elizabeth Toon Charities – Elizabeth Toon Charities is founded on the principles of faith, hope and love. We support organizations that provide education, assistance, comfort and therapy to those who have been impacted by abuse, grief, poverty, disabilities and terminal illnesses.
Episcopal Foundation – The mission of the Episcopal Foundation of Dallas is to serve as a financial resource for Episcopal parishes, missions, schools, and organizations in support of the Christian mission and ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas.
Fenner Family Foundation
Hillcrest Foundation – The Hillcrest Foundation was created by Mrs. W.W. Caruth, Sr. (Mrs. Earle Clark Caruth) in 1958 to provide financial support to qualified Texas charitable organizations for the advancement of education, the promotion of health, and the relief of poverty. Most grants are made to charitable organizations located in Dallas County and the surrounding area.
Lattner Family Foundation – Lattner Family Foundation wishes to make a significant difference by supporting creative and innovative programs that encourage hope and personal responsibility in our chosen areas of giving. We will look for projects which advance solutions and inspire others to contribute.
W.P. & Bulah Luse Foundation – The W.P. & Bulah Luse Foundation was established in 1947. Mr. Luse, a self-made wildcatter in the early Texas oilfields, and his wife Bulah created this foundation to support and promote quality education, human services, and health care programming for underserved populations. Special consideration is given to charitable organizations that serve the people of Dallas, Texas, and its surrounding communities.
Northwood Woman’s Club – Northwood Woman’s Club supports philanthropic needs of our community
Orix Foundation – ORIX Foundation supports charitable organizations that create opportunities, make connections and address community needs where we live and do business, including those with which our employees are actively involved. Supporting families has been a major focus for ORIX, and child welfare is our key element. We are driven to help children succeed — in school, in the workforce and in life. ORIX proudly partners with organizations that share our values and are dedicated to providing opportunity through education and community development.
Roy & Christine Sturgis Foundation – The Roy & Christine Sturgis Charitable Trust was established in 1981 to support and promote quality educational, cultural, human services and health care programming for all people.
Stemmons Foundation – The Stemmons Foundation is a small private foundation. The majority of its grants are made to Dallas area charitable, cultural, educational, and scientific institutions.
Church of the Epiphany
Church of the Transfiguration
St. Mathias Church
Saint Michael and All Angels Outreach