OUR FOUNDING PARTNERS
As the largest not-for-profit health system in the state of Texas, Baylor Scott & White Health promotes the health and well-being of every individual, family and community it serves. An integrated care delivery network, the system includes the Scott and White Health Plan, Baylor Scott & White Research Institute and Baylor Scott & White Quality Alliance. Through 48 hospitals and more than 1,000 access points including flagship academic medical centers in Dallas and Temple, the system offers the full continuum of care, from primary to award-winning specialty care, throughout Texas, and via virtual touchpoints. If its service area were a state, it would be the eighth largest, providing care to a population larger than that of the state of Georgia. Founded as a Christian ministry of healing, Baylor Scott & White is proud to honor its century-long legacy through its commitment to improving accessibility, affordability and the customer experience for all. For more information, visit BSWHealth.com.
Frito-Lay North America is the $15 billion convenient foods division of PepsiCo, Inc., which is headquartered in Purchase, NY. Frito-Lay makes some of the most popular and high-quality snacks available in the marketplace today. These include Lay’s and Ruffles potato chips, Doritos tortilla chips, Cheetos snacks, Tostitos tortilla chips and branded dips and Sun Chips multigrain snacks just to name a few.
At Frito-Lay, delighting consumers is job No. 1. From the quality and care that goes into making snacks to the ways in which it gives back to the community and cares for the environment. Frito-Layassociates take pride in their jobs because they know consumers deserve nothing less.
Toyota is passionate about serving in the communities where its employees work and live. By donating their time, sharing their knowledge and giving in support of local organizations, Toyota team members go beyond meeting their partners’ day-to-day needs. Instead, by taking a holistic approach, Toyota continues to design tangible, sustainable solutions for improving access to opportunities and creating a more inclusive society.
With its North American headquarters in Plano, Toyota’s community initiatives in North Texas include preparing youth for the STEM jobs of tomorrow, providing inclusive mobility solutions and leading efforts to build more resilient communities. For more information, visit toyota.com/usa/community.
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas supports local programs that are making real progress in the areas of education, income, and health—the building blocks of a thriving community. Our partnership with FWD>DFW is helping us amplify our efforts toward meeting our community goals of moving 250,000 North Texans out of poverty, giving thousands the tools to lead healthy, productive lives and ensuring that 60% of students graduate with the skills to succeed in whatever comes next – all by 2020. We’re making real progress towards achieving our community goals, and helping North Texans reach their full potential.
A.H. Belo Corporation, the parent company of The Dallas Morning News, has been deeply involved in the community since being founded in 1885.
The Dallas Morning News Charities has raised $30 million for North Texas organizations that help those who are homeless, hungry and able to rehabilitate. Donations provide food, clothing, transitional housing, financial assistance and other forms of short-term relief to North Texans.
Plus, The Dallas Morning News Charities covers all administrative costs so 100% of tax-deductible donations go directly to those in need through the partner agencies. For more information, visit dmncharities.com.