The JCPenney Foundation
The JCPenney Foundation is dedicated to helping moms by providing underserved kids with clothing needs, youth opportunities, and career readiness and development. The JCPenney Foundation is excited to support ASAS North Texas as the sponsor of E.H. Cary Middle School. This sponsorship will fully support all aspects of ASAS' comprehensive programming, helping to ensure that Cary students feel confident in their ability to graduate from high school, go to college, join the workforce, and lead healthy, fulfilling lives. JCPenney employees also serve as volunteers throughout the year.
MetroPCS Communications, Inc.
The leader in flat-rate, no annual contract and unlimited wireless service is proud to partner with After-School All-Stars to empower local youth to move forward in school and in life. MetroPCS is committed to building stronger communities and believes that supporting youth – who are tomorrow’s leaders – is the key to building a brighter future. MetroPCS brought After-School All-Stars to North Texas in 2012 and has continued to graciously support our ASAS North Texas schools through an annual Back-to-School cause marketing campaign, employee volunteerism, and behind the scenes field trips for All-Stars to visit local stores.
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas (UWMD) is proud to partner with ASAS North Texas to fully support programming at Hector P. Garcia Middle School. Through UWMD’ support, 100+ additional students will be in high school readiness, career exploration, healthy living, and civic engagement activities after-school. ASAS’ partnership with UWMD helps ensure that our students are equipped and ready for success in high school and beyond.
The Crystal Charity Ball
Since 1952, the sole purpose of The Crystal Charity Ball has been to aid, support and make contributions to children’s charities in Dallas County. In 2018, ASAS North Texas was selected as one of eight beneficiaries of The Crystal Charity Ball. This support will fully fund our expansion of after-school and summer school programs to E.D. Walker Middle School for three years.
David B. Miller
The support from David B. Miller enables ASAS North Texas to provide high-quality after-school programs. All-Stars have the opportunity to participate in academic curriculum as well as enrichment clubs including DJ music production, cooking, and coding.
The Meadows Foundation
The Meadows Foundation assists the people and institutions of Texas improve the quality and circumstances of life for themselves and future generations. The Meadows Foundation has awarded ASAS office space for the next six years in the Executive Suites in the beautiful Wilson District in Deep Ellum. The new office has an excellent location to ASAS' six school sites, and will serve ASAS well as we grow as an organization.
Best Buy is a leading provider of technology products and services with a commitment to growth and innovation. In partnership with ASAS North Texas, Best Buy supports STEM learning, and science and technology career explorations for Dallas County All-Stars.
From insurance to reinsurance, XL Catlin helps find innovative answers for a changing world. XL Catlin is helping North Texas All-Stars learn to be innovative through their support of STEM-based digital literacy curriculum. With this partnership, new digital video game design programming will reach over 90 students in Dallas.
High-Tech High Heels
High-Tech High Heels believes the world will be a better place when there is a diverse and qualified workforce with more opportunities for women in STEM. With High-Tech High Heels’ support ASAS North Texas is offering #femSTEM, an enrichment opportunity exclusively for our female students to interact with STEM learning in small group settings.
Golin is a global PR agency that embraces new technologies and pushes creative boundaries, helping clients adapt and win in a constantly changing world. Golin provides on-going marketing and communications support to the ASAS North Texas chapter. Dallas-based Golin employees also serve as volunteer mentors during ASAS’ annual Camp Hoop Heroes.