About The Bunny Love Foundation

To help make a difference in the lives of children, the original objective of the Bunny Love Foundation was to help young people pursue their dreams in the visual and performing arts. This was achieved through contributions to organizations such as the Dallas Supporters of the Fort Worth/Dallas Ballet and Creative Solutions. Creative Solutions targets at-risk youths between the ages of 13 and 18 residing in Dallas County and features intensive hands-on visual and performing arts workshops. The Foundation has also helped young people fulfill their dreams by providing performing arts scholarships. In 1999 The Bunny Love Scholarship award was created. Five such scholarships were awarded and administered by Young Audiences of Greater Dallas.

As the Foundation grew so did the scope of its activities. The Foundation provided Jonathan's Place, an organization dedicated to aiding children in need in Dallas, with assistance that helped enable it to begin building a new campus, tripling the number of children whose housing needs can be met. The organization also provided funding through a $50,000 challenge grant to The Dallas Children's Advocacy Center to help eliminate violence against children and raise awareness about the alarming crisis that currently exists.

Another way the Foundation is spreading its message is by working with major corporations to create and implement programs like an employee awareness day whereby employees learn the startling facts about child abuse and are offered information on whom to contact and how to help.

December 5, 2001 was the debut of "Bunny Love Day to Save The Children", officially proclaimed by the Mayor of Dallas. It is the intention of the Foundation to make December 5th a global day of awareness and that the day be used as a model for all cities to eliminate domestic violence in order to make this world a safer place for all children. It was also proclaimed by the Mayor that the song "Save The Children" be used as the chosen anthem to express this message.

The Foundation is privileged to have contributed to many organizations, including: approximately $100,000 to the Dallas Children's Advocacy Center, including a grant of $50,000 to build a play therapy room; approximately $146,500 to the Vogel Alcove to help homeless children; $117,500 to the Collin County Children's Advocacy Center; $100,000 to the Salvation Army; $98,000 to Dallas Summer Musicals; $50,000 to Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts; $50,000 to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation; $100,000 to Cattle Baron's American Cancer Society Children's Research; $25,000 to Dallas CASA; $75,000 to the Children's Cancer Fund at UT Southwestern Medical; $20,000 to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital; $19,000 to Genesis Women's Shelter; $10,000 to the American Heart Association; $10,000 to the Buckner Children's Foundation, and the Foundation is a member of its Great Heart Society; and $10,000 to Family Gateway. The foundation has also contributed to: the Dallas Symphony Young Strings; Big Thought; Dallas Children's Theater; Royal Family Kids' Camp Sponsor-A-Kid Program; and TACA.

Our Advisory Board includes: Carol Seay; Caroline Hunt; and Michael Jenkins.



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