Powerful Giving

Each year, TREC members provide over $750,000 in pro bono professional services toward our community investment initiatives each year. Since 2018, TREC Foundation has focused its resources toward the Dallas Catalyst Project in partnership with Cornerstone Baptist Church, St. Philip’s School and Community Center, and CitySquare to revitalize the Forest District neighborhood in South Dallas.

Our Impact

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Contributed more than $13 million in grant funds

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Reached more than 327,000 individuals in need

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Complete more than 3,000 hours of time worth more than $750,000 each year

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Assisted more than 150 nonprofit organizations

2019 Foundation Projects

Dallas Catalyst Project

The ongoing Dallas Catalyst Project is a community-driven partnership between TREC Foundation, Cornerstone Baptist Church, St. Philip’s School and Community Center, and CitySquare to revitalize the Forest District neighborhood in South Dallas. TREC Foundation has committed more than $2.5 million over three years as well as professional services toward catalytic real estate projects and community engagement initiatives within the neighborhood to ensure the Forest District reaches its full potential.

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We-Cycle Resource Center

ASSOCIATE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL CLASS PROJECT

In collaboration with Cornerstone Baptist Church and the nonprofit Bike Friendly South Dallas, the ALC Class of 2019 constructed a bicycle safety education center and repair shop located at 1616 Al Lipscomb Way. The project received a $100,000 TREC Foundation grant, the largest investment for any TREC Foundation project ever completed by an ALC class.

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Cornerstone Community Laundromat

YOUNG GUNS FOUNDATION PROJECT

TREC’s young professionals constructed the first laundromat in the Forest District neighborhood in decades. The facility was constructed in conjunction with Balfour Beatty Construction and Varidesk and will be operated by Cornerstone Baptist Church.