Service Partners

This year, we are proud to be partnering with several organizations that provide a variety of services to our community. EFNT Member Company volunteers will work side-by-side with veteran groups while completing projects that directly support programs benefiting veterans, special needs adults and children, the environment, area wildlife, and the local community at large. Our Freedom Day beneficiaries and partners are listed below. Please visit their websites to learn more about their services and their impact in our community.

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Farmers Assisting Returning Military is an organization dedicated to helping returning military engage in meaningful agricultural work after their return from deployment.

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The American Red Cross of the North Texas Region serves a population of over 9 million people.  Their compassionate volunteers help care for and support friends and neighbors, especially after disasters and other tragedies.

Heart House’s innovative afterschool program is designed for school-age children in neighborhoods known for high crime and unemployment rates.  Across Dallas there is a lack of affordable, quality after school care for children. At Heart House, children have access to caring mentors, homework assistance, health & safety education, and literacy programs.


Hunger Busters is a Dallas based charity focusing on feeding kids and fueling futures by providing a much need third meal fo the day to food-insecure children in Dallas Independent School District through it’s signature “Feed The Need” after school program.

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Veterans for American Ideals is a nonpartisan group of veterans who share a belief that America is strongest and most secure when its policies and actions match its ideals


The North Texas Food Bank is a top-ranked nonprofit relief organization, providing access to more than 170,000 meals each day for hungry children, seniors and families through a network of more than 1,000 programs and 200 partner agencies in our 13-county service area.


Founded in 1983, Austin Street Shelter is an emergency shelter that serves men ages 45 and older and women ages 18 and older. Each person who finds shelter with us is provided a safe place to sleep, shower, clothing and meals.

Dallas LIFE is a place where homeless men, women and children can receive help and hope during their time of need. Dallas LIFE is a path to recovery and self-sufficient living.


The mission of the Texas Trees foundation is to preserve, beautify and expand parks and other public natural green spaces, and to beautify our public streets, boulevards and rights-of-way by planting trees and encouraging others to do the same through educational programs that focus on the importance of building and protecting the “urban forest” today as a legacy for generations to come.


Carry The Load is a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring the true meaning of Memorial Day. We are registered 501(c)3 non-profit that provides active ways to honor the military, law enforcement, firefighters and rescue personnel who dedicate their lives to keeping our country safe.