We invest in programs and initiatives to benefit the people of the Dallas area. Through our annual grant distribution, we provide support for educational, social, recreational and cultural programs in the Dallas area, directly serving youth, seniors and those in need. We also administer scholarships to benefit graduating seniors pursuing post-secondary education. We have touched the lives of many and will continue to make a positive difference in the Dallas community, for good, for now, forever.


American Legion

Brianne Halin


Brianne Halin, Ryan Bibler

Charlie Bair Memorial

Jenny Love, Ian Gaither-Lyell, Elizabeth Davis

Karen Barnard Memorial

Emily May

Jeremy Buller Memorial

Nick Nelson

Dallas Community Foundation

Treve Earhart, Ian Gaither-Lyell, Josie Smith

Dallas Rotary/Carl E. Morrison Academic

Lakota Richardson, Ian Gaither-Lyell

Dallas Rotary/Carl E. Morrison Vocational

Johnathan Lumby, Elizabeth Davis

Department of Forestry

Lynn Gumpinger, Hannah Locke

Beatrice Gallaspy

Andria Theiss, Josie Smith, Treve Earhart, Hannah Locke

Chester B. and Jeanne R. Healy Memorial

Natalia Schilling, Lynn Gumpinger

Hank and Wanona Kliever Memorial

Hannah Locke

Stuart Olson Memorial Culinary

Zachary Genthner

Jerry Piering Family

Jessica Furman

Paul Olliff Memorial Math

Natalia Schilling, Lynn Gumpinger

Paul Olliff Memorial Wrestling

Bryce Jordan


Lakota Richardson

Helen M. Smith

Jessica Furman, Hannah Locke

2018 Grant Recipients

Bambinos Oregon

$1,000 to obtain car seat certification for 5 volunteers and purchase 80 child car seats.

Cross and Crown Ministries.

$1,000 to offset costs of two 13-week grief support and recovery workshops.

Community Mediation Services for Polk County

$1,000 to provide for phone and internet service.

Dallas Education Foundation

$3,500 to provide small educational grants to teachers in the Dallas School District.

Dallas Emergency Food Corporation

$3,650 to purchase protein enriched food products and personal care items to supplement food boxes distributed to low-income families.

Dallas Retirement Village

$4,000 to purchase equipment and program subscription for virtual reality travel program.

Dallas Retirement Foundation

$2,200 to purchase supplies and equipment for an aromatherapy program.

Dallas United Methodist Church

$1,000 to offset the costs of the 2018 Creation Vacation program.

Dallas Youth Garden

$1,000 to pay for two internship positions for Dallas High School students.

Family Building Blocks

$1,000 to support the therapeutic classroom program.

Friends of the Dallas Public Library

$1,500 to purchase large print materials and audio books.

James 2 Community Kitchen

$3,650 to purchase meats, fruits and vegetables for the community dinner program.

Liberty House

$3,000 to support a medical provider dedicated to providing assessments and medical care for Polk County children.


$3,000 to provide children’s trauma support and educational services for victims of domestic violence.

Salem Free Clincs

$2,500 to support general operating expenses for Polk Community Free Clinics.

Start Making A Reader Today

$1,000 to purchase and distribute take-hone books for students in the Dallas SMART Reading Program.

The Salvation Army

$5,000 to provide funds for Dallas Resource Center Emergency Assistance Fund.

Weekday Bible, Inc.

$1,000 to purchase materials to replace the roof on the Weekday Bible buildings.


Each year we compile an annual report of our activities for the year, profiling our grant and scholarship programs.

Download our 2016 Annual Report


2017 Community Sponsorships

Dallas Summerfest, Dallas Freedomfest, Polk County Bounty Market, and Art in the Park.

Charitable Funds
Assets Under Management
$2 Million
Grants & Scholarships Awarded
Awarded in Grants & Scholarships
$1 Million

Grants Awarded 2006-2018

Serving the dallas, oregon community since 1996