North Texas Investors


United Way of Metropolitan Dallas

United Way of Metropolitan Dallas is proud to partner with ASAS North Texas in a new school site launch 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 feel confident in their ability to graduate from high school, go on to college or join the workforce, and lead healthy, fulfilling lives.


Ben and Tracy Lange

The support from Mr. and Mrs. Lange has enabled ASAS North Texas to expand into full-time programming at Life School Charter. All-Stars have the opportunity to participate in academic curriculum as well as enrichment clubs including DJ music production, cooking, and coding.


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. Through this multi-year partnership, MetroPCS will help ASAS expand its youth programming nationwide


Dallas Women’s Foundation

Dallas Women’s Foundation is the largest regional women’s fund in the world and is a trusted leader in advancing positive social and economic change for women and girls. The foundation is supporting ASAS North Texas’ comprehensive programming to empower the lady All-Stars to achieve success in high school and beyond.



Cisco is the worldwide leader in IT that helps companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow by proving that amazing things can happen when you connect the previously unconnected. In partnership with ASAS North Texas, Cisco supports STEM learning for All-Stars in Dallas County.


Texas Instruments

In addition to its generous support of ASAS North Texas’ academic programs, Texas Instruments has also created opportunities for underserved students to learn about college and career options via tours of its research & development center, Kilby Labs, where students meet and speak with T.I. engineers.



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.


The Dallas Foundation

The Dallas Foundation serves donors and nonprofit agencies through North Texas by acting as a keystone — a link between donors and the community issues they care about. Through the Elizabeth T. Robinson Fund, the Dallas Foundation supports all aspects of ASAS North Texas’ comprehensive programming, helping to ensure that our students feel confident in their ability to graduate from high school, go to college, join the workforce, and lead healthy, fulfilling lives.


Time Warner Cable

Time Warner Cable launched Connect a Million Minds in 2009 to address the “inspiration gap” for youth interested in STEM. The Time Warner Cable Connect a Million Minds program provides support for ASAS North Texas’ STEM initiative, exposing youth to careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.


Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars hockey organization is proud to be part of the North Texas community, supporting organizations that provide youth with quality physical activity programs, as well as organizations dedicated to equipping youth for the future by promoting literacy and career guidance. The Dallas Stars actively support ASAS North Texas’ general programming and provide opportunities for under-resourced students to attend Dallas Stars hockey games with their families.