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Innovation Awards

78 North Texans Who Are Shaping the Future

Get to know the finalists in the 2022 Innovation Awards, brought to you by D CEO and Dallas Innovates. Winners will be revealed Jan. 12.
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Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Awards

NPCC Finalists: COVID-19 Community Impact

Responding to a crisis: United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Carter BloodCare/UTSW, Highland Park, Methodist Church, and Parkland Health & Hospital System.
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Nonprofits

“Wonder Woman” Anne Chow Draws Major Donors for United Way’s Annual Campaign

The nonprofit reports $12 million has been raised in the past eight weeks for its initiative to address education, health, and income attainments by 2030.
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Business

Texas Instruments Foundation Donates Millions to United Way of Metropolitan Dallas

The gift precedes North Texas Giving Tuesday Now, a philanthropic effort slated for May 5.
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Business

United Way of Metropolitan Dallas Creates Coronavirus Response and Recovery Fund

Initial investments total more than $1 million to spur immediate and long-term relief.

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Business

Tom and Karen Falk Give $2M to United Way of Metropolitan Dallas

Gift from CEO of Kimberly-Clark Corp. and his wife is split between UW's foundation and its annual campaign.
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Business

Troy Aikman Dissolving His Foundation, Moving $1M Into Donor-Advised Fund at United Way

Fund for Former Dallas Cowboys QB will be first of its kind at agency.
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Business

Ex-Cowboys QBs: Good Things Can Still Happen for Dallas This Season

Roger Staubach, Babe Laufenberg talked about 'Boys at United Way event in West Dallas.
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Business

Builders, Cowboys Pump Up United Way’s $70M-plus Fundraising Goal

At Tocqueville Society event, 2015-'16 campaign chair David Seaton stresses need to 'pick up the pace.'
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Local News

Banker ‘Chuck’ Gummer Snags Top Award at United Way Volunteer Event

Retired Comerica exec is honored along with realty icon Ebby Halliday Acers and ex-TXU chief executive Erle Nye.