North Texas Giving Day 2021 was a HUGE success, thanks to our sponsors and generous community!

This year, we raised our largest amount ever – $17,275! This money will help to fund education programs for local schools, neighborhood education about Blackland Prairie and native landscaping, and to help us continue restoring Twelve Hills to fully a fully native prairie. We could not have done this without the support of our sponsors and the generous giving from our community.

In the words of our favorite TPWD urban wildlife advisor, Sam Kieschnick – Thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

We still do not know one-thousandth of one percent of what nature has revealed to us

Thank you to our sponsors who helped us reach our $4500 matching gift generously provided by:

Methodist Medical Center – $1500
Coombs Creek Conservancy – $1000
Kessler Travel – Leonard & Irene Ellis, and Kathi Allman – $500
David Washburn – $500
Scott Chase & Debra Witter, P-Tree Garden Concepts, LLC, Square Foot, Inc., and West Kessler Neighborhood Assoc. – $250

Your contributions made our major fundraiser a resounding success! More importantly, your gift helps us care for this neighborhood gem and provides beautiful Blackland Prairie for peaceful walks, nature education and a home for wildlife and native prairie plants.

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North Texas Giving Day Supports Twelve Hills Prairie Restoration Efforts and Neighborhood Education

As we continue to transform our land back to native Blackland Prairie, we’re creating habitat for our Blackland Prairie native species and learning opportunities to teach our neighborhood how to plant sustainably and care for the magical Blackland Prairie.

Please consider donating on North Texas Giving Day so we can continue our education and restoration efforts!

Now that North Texas Giving Day is over, you can donate via our regular platform. Regular donations are not “matched,” but are still tax deductible and very appreciated. Thank you!

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Photos by Christina Childress Photography and Samantha Knight