Community Partners

  1. Atmos Energy

    Atmos Energy Corporation, headquartered in Dallas, is the country's largest natural-gas-only distributor, serving about 3 million natural gas distribution customers in more than 1,400 communities in eight states from the Blue Ridge Mountains in the East to the Rocky Mountains in the West.

  2. Bank of DeSoto

    In February of 1986, a small group of entrepreneurs and civic leaders opened a bank which is now seen as a part of the foundation of DeSoto, Texas.

  3. CIGNA

    At Cigna, we're more than a health insurance company. We're a global health service company. Cigna works with employers and organizations around the world helping employees stay healthy and on the job. We work closely with brokers and consultants to develop innovative programs, help individuals and families improve their health, well-being and sense of security—and lower their medical costs. And, Cigna provides access to a global network of local physicians and hospitals—as well as 24/7/365 live customer service.

  4. City of Ferris

    A Texas main street city that bricked the world.

  5. City of Hutchins

    Located 12 minutes south of downtown Dallas, Hutchins is served extensively by ground, air and rail.

  6. City of Midlothian

    Midlothian is a progressive community that not only welcomes but also encourages new industrial and commercial neighbors to maintain a strong, diversified economic base.

  7. City of Red Oak

    Red Oak was incorporated as a town in 1949 and during 1950 was comprised of approximately 15 businesses.

  8. City of Wilmer

    Wilmer is located at the junction of Interstate Highway 45 /U.S. Highway 75 and Cottonwood Creek, 14 miles southeast of downtown Dallas in southeastern Dallas County.

  9. Grace Presbyterian Village

    A community about lifting the spirit. As an integral part of our parent organization, Presbyterian Communities and Services, Grace Presbyterian Village shares a common mission to enrich the lives of those we serve by providing exceptional care and services in a faith-based environment.

  10. Los Barrios Unidos

    Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic LBUCC) is known for having high quality staff that is bilingual in English and Spanish. In addition, the staff responds to patients needs with understanding and compassion. Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic is a unique organization for a unique community.

  11. Mountain View College

    Mountain View College is an open-access public community college that opened in 1970 as the second of seven separately accredited colleges of the Dallas County Community College District serving residents of southwest Dallas County, Texas. Its service-area is comprised of urban, suburban, and industrial communities that include the southwest quadrant of the city of Dallas, and the cities of Cedar Hill, Duncanville, and Grand Prairie.

  12. PlainsCapital Bank

    It takes a lot of work to build an enduring relationship with a customer but we relish the opportunity. For 28 years, PlainsCapital's bankers have cultivated lasting relationships with businesses and individuals in the communities we serve. Our customers value our Texas roots, our strength and stability, and our straight-forward approach. We supply the momentum you need to move forward.

  13. Republic Services

    At Republic Services, we are passionate about what we do because we are passionate about you – our customer. Every day, we strive to make your world and our planet better. We are committed to providing reliable and responsible recycling and waste disposal services to you because we know our efforts have a direct impact on your homes, your communities, and your businesses.

  14. Texas State Technical College

    TSTC was established 50 years ago to help create a strong Texas. At the time, Governor John Connally predicted we would become "the most sophisticated technical-vocational institute in the country." TSTC is living true to that vision with ten campuses in Abilene, Breckenridge, Brownwood, Fort Bend County, Harlingen, Marshall, North Texas, Sweetwater, Waco and Williamson County.

  15. TXU Energy

    You can trace our roots back to 1882 when Dallas Electric Lighting Company brought electricity to North Texas. We watched as the arrival of porch lights first welcomed neighbors and confused moths. We saw the introduction of air conditioning make our brutal summers somewhat bearable. And we marveled at the first electric car whirring down our streets.

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