2012 REPORT - Salvation Army


2012 REPORT - Salvation Army

2012 Report

DFW Metroplex Command

Mission Statement

The Salvation Army, an international movement,

is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church.

Our message is based on the Bible.

Our ministry is motivated by the love of God.

Our mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ

and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Hope for a Home of Their Own (cover)

In 2005, Enrika and her two daughters went to a DFW-area Salvation Army homeless

shelter. After staying there for eight months, they moved into their own place. Enrika has

completed a financial education course through The Salvation Army that has allowed her to

successfully manage expenses while she goes to college and home schools the girls.

HOPE FOR Liberty

Poem by Liberty Justice

They cared for me.

They were there for me.

The Salvation Army took me in.

When I had no one,

Not even a friend,

They sheltered me, fed and cared for me.

They were there for me.

They cared for me.

My life was empty and void.

I felt useless, hopeless,

when I became unemployed.

I felt depressed and stressed.

And all alone.

I lost my car; I lost my husband,

And my home.

But The Salvation Army took me in.

They were there for me.

And they cared for me.

To them I owe my life.

They helped me through my struggle and strife.

The Salvation Army.

I went from riches to rags.

From fancy restaurants to pantry bags.

From Gucci clothes to hand-me-downs.

The Salvation Army took me in.

They are my friends.

My life around me seemed to fade.

My hopes, my dreams, the plans I made.

The Salvation Army gave me a helping hand.

They truly understand.

Without them, I don’t know where I’d be.

They picked me up off my knees.

Liberty came to The Salvation Army for food assistance. While waiting to see a

caseworker she wrote this poem. The words represent her personal experience and

that of others she knows who have relied on The Salvation Army.


The Salvation Army is a place of hope. Our founder, William Booth, once

said, “When every other light is extinguished and every other star has gone

down, this one gleam shines steadily and clearly out in the darkened sky: ‘If

I could only get to The Salvation Army, they will do something for me.’ ”

In the DFW Metroplex, The Salvation Army is a lighthouse for many who

need the light of Christ. Through 22 locations in Dallas, Tarrant, Collin,

Denton, and Ellis Counties, The Salvation Army’s bright beam shines as a

welcome signal to 100,000 men, women, and children each year who might

drown in life’s turbulent waters if not for your support.

When you donate throughout the year, you add your light to that of others

to ensure The Salvation Army’s beam of hope shines steadily and unfailingly

in the darkened sky.

Thank you so much for your support!

Captain Michele and Major Ward Matthews

DFW Metroplex Leadership

J.D. McCaslin

Advisory Board Chairman



“While little children go hungry, as they do now, I’ll fight.”

Food and Meals Provided in 2011

William Booth

Founder of The Salvation Army

To combat hunger, we serve three meals a day, year round. We offer sack lunches

for residents when they leave the shelter to go to work, and distribute groceries at

10 locations to help families make ends meet.

Our financial education program trains people how to budget their money and

prioritize their spending so they will always have essentials, such as food.

Meals Served 947,520

Grocery Bags/Boxes Distributed 20,267




“The joy of service to the poor and unfortunate is lasting and blessed.”

Evangeline Booth

Former International Leader

of The Salvation Army

After only a few days in our shelters, new residents are asked to meet with a

Salvation Army caseworker who helps them develop a plan to secure proper I.D.,

get needed health care, look for a job, start a bank account, save money, and find


In 2011, we launched our first permanent supportive housing program in Texas

designed to place homeless veterans into their own apartments. And in partnership

with the Veterans Administration, we also provide housing, case management, and

support services.

Homeless People Sheltered in 2011

Men 4,272

Women 1,564

Domestic Violence Victims 266

Children 699

Veterans 405

Homeless Prevention Programs

Households Served 313

Financial Assistance $971,727



“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”

Frederick Douglas

Through The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs and our local community

centers, we provide educational support such as homework assistance, computer

labs, and access to wholesome books. Bible studies reinforce reading and literacy

while guiding boys and girls towards right living and good behavior.

Athletics and recreation also provide fun activities for children and help them

develop social skills.


Summer Day Camp 486

Summer Residential Camp 685

After-School Programs 271

Boys & Girls Clubs 328

Sports Programs 420



“And in the end, it’s not the years in your life that count.

It’s the life in your years.”

With the aging Baby Boom generation, the demand for services for older

Americans continues to increase. The Salvation Army is prepared to meet the

needs of the elderly when no one else will care for them.

We operate two apartment complexes where 215 low-income senior citizens can

live independently. Through our Community Care Ministries, we personally visit

lonely people in nursing homes, hospitals and other facilities throughout the year.

We also offer weekday fellowship groups where seniors can maintain a sense of

connection to others by participating in crafts, ceramics, sewing, dominoes, games,

exercise, sing-alongs, dancing, and listening to guest speakers.

Senior Citizens Assisted in 2011

Abraham Lincoln

Individuals Visited in Nursing Homes 33,521

Participants in Weekday Fellowship Groups 1,005

Seniors Receiving Housing 263



“If it wasn’t for The Salvation Army Angel Tree, I honestly don’t

know what we would have done for our kids for Christmas.”

April – Rowlett Resident,

Mother of Angel Tree Recipient

Last Christmas, with the help of thousands of donors across the Metroplex, we

made Christmas brighter for more than 54,000 children and special-care adults

through The Salvation Army Angel Tree program.

Our application process ensures the families that register are truly in need.

Even with the huge number of requests each year, we find that the vast majority of

parents who seek assistance are doing so for the first time.

Christmas Assistance Provided in 2011

Individuals Assisted 54,136

Value of Donated Gifts $3,771,886

Angel Tree Volunteers 6,280

Stewardship of Your Donations






Donor Contributions

Thrift Store Sales

Government Grants/Contracts

United Way

Total Income

Balance: October 1, 2010

Grand Total



$ 28,091,570



$ 7,625,193

$ 1,699,601


- $ 1,709,344

$ 49,756,922



















Social Services

Adult Rehabilitation

Community Center Operations

Substance Abuse Services

Administration & Management


Total Expenses

Balance September 30, 2011

Grand Total










$ 4,863,597

$ 3,627,598

$ 3,060,782



$ 881,574
















Tarrant County

Denton County

Dallas County

Ellis County

Collin County


STrategically positioned

to serve our DFW community










DFW Metroplex Command

Administrative Offices

8787 N. Stemmons Freeway

Suite #800

Dallas 75247

Carr. P. Collins Social Service Center

5302 Harry Hines Blvd.

Dallas 75235

Mabee Social Service Center

1855 E. Lancaster Avenue

Fort Worth 76103

Christmas & Disaster Center

9216 Harry Hines Blvd.

Dallas 75235

Christmas & Disaster Center

229 E. Felix Street

Fort Worth 76115

Catherine Booth Friendship House

1901 Seminary Drive

Fort Worth 76119

Evangeline Booth Friendship House

1901 Seminary Drive

Fort Worth 76119

Adult Rehabilitation Center

5554 Harry Hines Blvd.

Dallas 75235

Adult Rehabilitation Center

2901 NE 28th Street

Fort Worth 76111














Community Centers

712 W. Abram

Arlington 76013

1007 Hutchins Road

Dallas 75203

1617 W. Jefferson Blvd.

Dallas 75208

8341 Elam Road

Dallas 75217

6500 Harry Hines Blvd.

Dallas 75235

1508 E. McKinney Street

Denton 76201

3023 NW 24th Street

Fort Worth 76106

451 W. Avenue D

Garland 75040

250 E. Grauwyler Road

Irving 75061

207 Elm Street

Lewisville 75057

600 Wilson Creek Parkway

McKinney 75069

3528 E. 14th Street

Plano 75074

620 Farley Street

Waxahachie 75165



Captain Michele and Major Ward Matthews - DFW Metroplex Leadership

Captains Barbara and Mark Jacobs - Assistant DFW Metroplex Leadership

Mr. Stephen P. Hood - Executive Director


Mr. J.D. McCaslin


J.D. McCaslin & Company, Inc.

Immediate Past Chair

Mrs. Judy Gibbs

Civic Leader

Management Services Chair

Mr. John D. Carreker

Executive Vice Chairman and CEO

Jet Linx Management Company,


Resource Development Chair

Mr. James B. Francis, Jr.

Consultant, Investor

Program Services Chair

Mrs. Jeanie Laube


Hockaday/St. Mark’s Schools

Long-Range Planning Chair

Dr. Bobby B. Lyle*

Chairman, President & CEO

Lyco Holdings Inc.

Leadership Chair

Mr. J. Ray Nixon, Jr.


Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney

& Strauss, Inc.


Mr. Lee R. Slaughter*


Kahala Investments, Inc.


Mr. Scott Turpin


T Bar M, Inc.


Mr. Richard L. Davis




Mr. Philip D. Swatzell

Managing Director

Credit Suisse

Mrs. Ruth Altshuler*

Civic Leader

Mr. Robert F. Amundsen*

Business Services

Mrs. Charlotte Jones Anderson

Executive Vice President,

Brand Management

President of Charities

Dallas Cowboys Football Club

Mrs. Marilyn H. Augur

President & CEO

Marilyn Augur Enterprises

Dr. James Beckett III


Beckett Interests, Inc.

Dr. Ernest E. Beecherl

General Surgeon

Mrs. Sally B. Berry

Civic Leader

Mr. James D. Caldwell


TRT Holdings, Inc.

Mrs. Barbara Charlton

Civic Leader

Mr. Daniel O. Chesnut


Advisory Operations Leader


Mrs. Rita Clements**

Civic Leader

Mr. J.H. Cullum Clark


Prothro Clark Company

Mr. David A. Cole

Retired Executive


Mrs. Millie Cooper

The Cooper Aerobics Center

Mr. John F. Crawford

President & CEO

Downtown Dallas

Mrs. Linda Custard


Ms. Nancy Dedman

Civic Leader

Mr. Bernard DiFiore

President & CEO

BenefitMall, Inc.

Ms. Joyce Fox

Joyce Fox Interiors, Inc.

Dr. Elba Garcia

Dallas County Commissioner

District 4


Mr. James B. Gardner**

Banking Executive

* Life Member ** Emeritus Member


Mr. James L. Hailey

Retired Executive


Mr. Carl Ice


& Chief Operating Officer

BNSF Railway Company

Mr. Willis Johnson



Mrs. Gene Jones

Civic Leader

Mrs. Nancy E. Judy

Civic Leader, Former Dallas

County Commissioner

Mr. Frank A. King


King Capital Partners

Mr. Richard Knight, Jr.


Knight Waste Services

Mr. Ashok Mago

Chairman & CEO

Mago and Associates

Mr. Richard K. Martin


Haynes and Boone, LLP

Mrs. Lynn H. McBee

Civic Leader

Mr. P. Mike McCullough


Thompson & Knight LLP

Mrs. Linda McFarland


Community Connection

Mr. David Miller

Managing Partner

EnCap Investments

Mrs. Anne Mewhinney Monning

Civic Leader

Mr. Erle Nye

Chairman Emeritus

TXU Corp.

Ms. Rena Pederson

Director of Communications

National Math and

Science Initiative

Mrs. Margot Perot*

Civic Leader

Mrs. Jan R. Pickens

Civic Leader

Ms. Caren Prothro

Civic Leader

Mrs. Carolyn Rathjen

Vice President/Executive Director

Perot Foundation

Mr. Stan H. Richards


The Richards Group

Mr. Elliott (Tony) Roosevelt, Jr.

Oil and Natural Gas

Mr. William R. Ross

Executive Vice President

NorthMarq Capital

Mr. Parker W. Rush

President & CEO

The Republic Group

Mr. David O. Russell

Vice President - External Affairs


Mrs. Mardie Schoellkopf

Civic Leader

Mr. Mark Schortman

Vice President & General Manager

Coca-Cola Enterprises

Mr. Robert E. Scott


Mrs. Peggy Sewell

Civic Leader

Mrs. Shelle Sills

Vice President & General Manager

Neiman Marcus

Mr. John L. Strauss

JLS Investments

Mr. Doug Thompson

V.P. Acquisitions

Thompson Realty Corporation

Mr. Vincent E. Thompson**

Attorney & President

Vince Thompson & Associates, Inc.

Mrs. Lisa Copeland Troutt

Civic Leader

Dr. R. Gerald Turner


Southern Methodist University

Ms. Nancy Underwood**


Underwood Financial Ltd.

Mrs. Christi Carter Urschel**

Crowley-Carter Foundation

Mr. Terdema L. Ussery II

President & CEO

Dallas Mavericks

Mr. John T. Walter, Jr.


Perot Investments

Mrs. Bernice J. Washington

President & CEO

BJW Consulting Group, LLC.

Mr. Wayne Watts

Senior Executive Vice President &

General Counsel

AT&T, Inc.

Mr. Bill Waugh**


The Waugh Company

Dr. Phillip E. Williams, Jr.


Mr. Donald H. Wills

Banking, Oil & Gas &

Business Consulting

* Life Member ** Emeritus Member

William booth society Members

Each member of the William Booth Society is a point of light. Collectively, these donors help

create the steady beam that draws the last, the least, and the lost to safety. Named for our founder,

our most prestigious donors distinguish themselves for membership by making a monetary

contribution of $5,000 or more during a calendar year. Memberships are renewed annually.

Founder’s Circle ($100,000+)

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Z. Altshuler

Charlotte and Shy Anderson

B. B. Owen Trust

David M. Crowley Foundation

David B. Miller Family Foundation

Ella C. McFadden Charitable Trust at

Community Foundation of North Texas

Gene and Jerry Jones Family

Gene and Jerry Jones Family Arlington

Youth Foundation

Judy and Jim Gibbs

Mr. Al G. Hill, Jr.

Gene and Jerry Jones

Karen and Stephen Jones

Lori and Jerry Jones, Jr.

Merrie Ann and Frank King

Denise and Ray Nixon, Jr.

Margot and Ross Perot

Sarah and Ross Perot, Jr.

Rowling Foundation

The Houston J. and Florence A. Doswell Foundation

Jean H. and John T. Walter

Cheryl and Sam Wyly

Catherine Mumford Booth Circle


Charles E. and Sarah M. Seay Charitable Trust

Charles J. Wyly, III Fund of Communities

Foundation of Texas

Mrs. Nancy Dedman

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harris

Lyda Hill

Ellen and John McStay

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Pickens

Betty and Stan Richards

Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, Jr.

Bonnie and John Strauss

The Gayden Family Foundation

The Martha Sue Parr Trust

The Morris Foundation

Kim and Evan Wyly

Evangeline Booth Circle


Anonymous (1)

Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Foundation

Connie and Denny Carreker

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby D. Cox

Donald J. and Linda J. Carter Fund at

Communities Foundation of Texas

Mr. Jack Furst

Harold Simmons Foundation

Horizon Foundation

Bobby B. Lyle

Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Marek

Mary Potishman Lard Trust

Vanessa and Chuck Morris

Alice and Erle Nye

Mrs. Phoebe Perry

William booth society Members

Carolyn and Karl Rathjen

Nancy and Richard R. Rogers

Ms. Lynda Scurlock

Mr. and Mrs. George Seay

Sue and Stephen Sydow

The Estate of Robert V. Parker

The Ginger Murchison Foundation

The Hawn Foundation, Inc.

Lisa and Kenny Troutt

Stacey and Reid Walker

Wayne and Billie Watts

William E. Armentrout Foundation

Dee and the late Charles Wyly

George Scott Railton Circle


Anonymous (7)

Helen and Charlie Allison

Community Highlight

Lana and Barry Andrews

Jean and James P. Barrow

Diane and Jim Beckett

Mr. Richard D. Bertel

Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Bledsoe

Dr. and Mrs. William Bonnell

Mr. and Mrs. William Bowie, Jr.

Faye C. Briggs

Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Thad B. Brundrett

Buehler Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Burnett

The Honorable George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush

Gayle and Jim Caldwell

Capital For Kids

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Chesnut

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Cole

Sandy and David Cole

Children from our community centers across the Metroplex decorated their very own pair of

TOMS Shoes given to them at a Style your Sole party at Cowboys Stadium hosted by the

Dallas Cowboys and TOMS.


Community Highlight

Last November, AT&T helped make

our annual Doing the Most Good

Luncheon in Dallas a tremendous

success as the presenting sponsor for

the event, which raised $3,047,000.

William booth society Members

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cook

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cree

Crowley-Carter Foundation

Linda and Bill Custard

Mr. and Mrs. R. Stuart Cutshall

Dr. Geraldine F. Dominiak

Dr Pepper Snapple Group

Mr. Richard Drummond

Deborah and Andrew F. Emerson

Mr. Bert Fields, Jr.

Jacqueline and Joe Fojtasek

Gil and Dody Weaver Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Grimes

Dorothy and Lee C. Groves

Mr. Ward B. Halla

Mr. Joe G. Harris

Harry W. Bass, Jr. Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hoglund

Caroline and Nelson Bunker Hunt

James M. Collins Foundation

John and Susan Wilder Foundation

Nancy and Bob Judy

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Kern

Ms. Carla Kessler

Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Koenen

Ms. Shirlie A. Kunimoto

Lattner Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Lynas, Jr.

Marie Garrison Fund at Communities

Foundation of Texas

Mrs. Nancy Moore Marwill

Mr. Robert L. Mason

Anne and J.D. McCaslin

Mr. W.A. Moncrief, Jr.

Moore Living Trust

Mr. Michael G. Morley

Mr. Brian Morse

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oberlender

Mrs. Jan Pierpont

Mr. Richard Prentice

Kelli and Allen Questrom

Jan and Trevor Rees-Jones

Mardie and Alan C. Schoellkopf

Tracy and Mark Schortman

William booth society Members

Ms. Rebecca Schriewer

Ms. Amy F. Simmons

Mr. Steven T. Smith

Marianne and Roger T. Staubach

Mr. and Mrs. Jim O. Stewart, Jr.

Stemmons Foundation

Michelle and Phil Swatzell

Bonnie and Doug Thompson

Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Twilley

Vetter Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Wahlquist

Mr. and Mrs. Bill L. Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Levi Wilks

Members Circle


Anonymous (3)

Ebby Halliday Acers

Agnes Cluthe Oliver Foundation of

Brown Brothers Harriman

Atlantic Trust Private Wealth Management

Houston Office

Mr. John Ayo

Patricia and Mark Bailey

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Bancroft

Mrs. Ruth Barham

Mr. Robert D. Barkley

Ms. Renee Beach

Ms. Carol L. Beavers

Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Bell

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Bishop

Mr. Kenneth D. Bolls

Mr. and Mrs. Larry B. Brethauer

Judy and David Brown

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Buckingham

Ms. Anne E. Buller

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bynum

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cashion, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Coffee, Jr.

Community Highlight

Southwest Displays and Events donated and installed a new

$100,000 stainless-steel kitchen at our service center in Lewisville

to support our free-lunch program, which serves 800 to 1,000

meals a month during the summer.


Communities Foundation of Texas

Ms. Pearl G. Cope

Edwin L. Cox

Mollie Allen Crow

Mr. Donald Curren

Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Davis

Mr. William B. Dawson

Mr. John L. Denman

Mrs. Karen Genovese Dozier

Mr. and Mrs. Mario H. Dozzo

EOS Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome S. Farrington

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Fernandez, Jr.

Fran Chiles Survivors Trust

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Francis, Jr.

George Adeline and Jules H. Fine Fund of

Communities Foundation of Texas

Dawn and John Gibbs

Jane and Mark Gibson

Ms. Maybeth Gilbert

Dr. and Mrs. Steve Goode

Mrs. Faye M. Gould

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gray

Community Highlight

What an exciting day it was when the Dr Pepper

Snapple Group and KaBOOM! teamed up to build a

new playground at our Cedar Crest community center

in Oak Cliff providing children from the surrounding

neighborhood with a place to play.

William booth society Members

Mr. Wayne Gray

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Haas

Mr. Richard Habitzreiter

Carol and James L. Hailey

Emily and Rick Hale

Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Haley

Nancy and Tim Hanley

Elizabeth and Joseph W. Harris

Susan and Jack Hawkins

Pamela Hayes

Hegi Family Foundation

Mr. Tim A. Helmers

Hilton and Carolyn Hemphill

Mr. Mark Hervin

Mary and William M. Hickey

Mr. David L. Horner

Mr. Mark Hughes

Vester T. Hughes, Jr.

Ms. Stacie Hyatt

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Irwin

Jewell M. Fielder Foundation

Mr. Randall Johnson

William booth society Members

Ms. Elizabeth W. Jones

Keith and Keeley Hennington Family Fund of

Communities Foundation of Texas

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Kelley

Mr. W. Leonard Kiker

Mr. and Mrs. Randy King

Betty Lewis

Lucile & Clarence Dragert Charitable Fund

Luke Charitable Remainder Unitrust

Sharon Lyle

Mrs. Betty J. MacArthur

Margaret W. Backner

Charitable Remainder Uni Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Markell

Patricia and Steven L. Marshall

Ms. Judy A. Martin

Ms. Tamara Mattison

Mr. Murray McClean

Mrs. Barbara McCormick

Community Highlight

CoServ made a $10,000

contribution to support food

purchases for our K.A.R.E.

Kitchen in Denton.

Mike A. Myers Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Mills

Mr. and Mrs. Larry P. Mills

Mr. and Mrs. Aage Moller

Mr. Philip S. Moses

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Murray

Nicholas and Louella Martin Fund

Ms. Gena Norris

Dr. and Mrs. William Osborne

Laura and Istvan Palagyi

Gary and Kelsey Patterson

Cindy and Kurt Peterson

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Polter

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Rankin, Jr.

Katherine and Eric Reeves

Betty and Gerard Regard

Mr. Pat Reynolds

Mrs. Jennifer Riner


Mrs. Betty C. Robb

Ms. Oneta Rothfelder

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Saldivar

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Sanders

Tracey and Kevin R. Schlumpf

Mr. Christian Schmidt

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Schultz

Mr. Thomas D. Scott

Seegers Foundation

Mrs. Joyce Sellars

Peggy and Carl Sewell

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Shutt

Mr. Jack Smither

Mr. and Mrs. Horace W. Southward

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Stone

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace O. Stone

June and Virgil Strange

Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Strawn

Sunshine Foundation

Maja and David Teeples

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Terrill

Community Highlight

Summer 2011 set a new heat record in DFW with

71 total days of 100-degree heat. To provide relief, we

operated 15 Cooling Stations throughout the summer

that offered two key essentials: an air-conditioned

environment and life-saving hydration.

William booth society Members

The Dallas Foundation

The Jury Family Fund of New Mexico

Christian Foundation

The Mulford Family

The Robert and Myra Kraft Family Foundation, Inc.

The Rosewood Foundation

The Trey Rickett Stites Fund

Ms. Bobbie A. Thompson

Thompson and Knight Foundation

Varrichio Family Foundation

Vin and Caren Prothro Foundation

Patrick and Karen Walker

Mr. Don Wentz

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whitaker

Mrs. Carolyn White

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williamson

Dean and Sally Wise

Young Again Foundation

2011 Partnership Program

The Salvation Army Partnership Program recognizes corporations and community organizations

that make a monetary donation of $5,000 or more during a given year. We would like to thank

the following Partners for their 2011 contributions:


$50,000 - $99,999

BNSF Railway Foundation

JPMorgan Chase Foundation

Lockheed Martin Corporation/ AERO Club

Mary Kay Inc.


Baker Botts LLP

BlueCross BlueShield of Texas

GM Financial

Haynes and Boone Foundation


Value Feeds, LLC

2011 Partnership Program



Bank of America

CoServ Charitable Foundation

Critical Site Solutions, Inc.


Dewitt Conduit Foundation

Dr Pepper Snapple Group

Ernst & Young LLP

H. E. Butt Grocery Company


Hunt Consolidated, Inc./Hunt Oil Company

Kimberly-Clark Corporation

Liberty Mutual Group

Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney & Strauss, Inc.


Cash America International

Comstock Resources, Inc.

Ewing Automotive Group

Exxon Mobil Corporation

First Choice Power

Flare, Inc.

GE Capital Corporation

Hacienda Care Vi LP


Highland Park Presbyterian Church


Northrop Grumman



Maverick Capital Foundation

Microsoft Giving Campaign

PlainsCapital Corporation

Remington Hotels Corporation/Ashford

Hospitality Trust

St. Philip the Apostle Catholic Church

The CarMax Foundation

The Republic Group

Tolleson Wealth Management

Tom Thumb


VHA Southwest Community

Health Corporation

Packer Brick, Inc.

Parkland Foundation

Pepsico Foundation Giving Campaign

Ruler In Israel Baptist Church

Southwest Ceramic Association

Sundown Ranch, Inc.

Texas Health Resources

The Prayer Closet

Thompson & Knight Foundation


Westwood Holdings

White’s Chapel U.M.C.

Young Again Foundation



Haley Anderson, a senior at Highland Park High School,

volunteers her time leading the Junior Advisory Council for

The Salvation Army’s North Texas Youth Education Town

(YET) in Arlington established through funds granted as a

result of Super Bowl XLV. Haley started the group to raise

additional funds and provide volunteer support for the YET.

The Junior Advisory Council will serve under the

guidance of the YET Advisory Council chaired by Emmitt

Smith. The Junior Advisory Council is composed of three

juniors and three seniors from each of seven local high

schools: Episcopal School of Dallas, Hockaday School, St.

Mark’s School of Texas, Jesuit College Preparatory, Ursuline

Academy, Highland Park High School, and J.J. Pearce High








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