Community Projects

Improving our villages, one project at a time.

Lifting spirits through community outreach

Dwell with Dignity's impact reaches beyond individual's homes - we also use design to rehabilitate and revitalize our communities.

From making high school students feel comfortable shopping in their homeless student assistant center, to ensuring first responders are ready for action, DwD is there to help improve the quality of life for countless individuals.

Amazon X Community Does it

Community Does It

The incredible nonprofit Community Does It serves a zip code that has the second-highest occurrence of behavioral health hospitalizations throughout all of North Texas.

They work hard to empower marginalized populations through knowledge, resources, and support services, to live happy, healthy lives.

To help them better serve the people they represent, they desired a calming, rejuvenating facility to provide mental health counseling services. Together with the generous help of Amazon, DwD created their dream space in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood.

Watch the Transformation

Amazon X Dwell with Dignity X Community Does It

State Fair of Texas X North Dallas High School

Transforming homeless student assistance

Students need a comfortable, peaceful place to learn, grow, and develop into the best version of themselves. Teachers and school administrators need a functional, relaxing space to provide students with the caring guidance and support they need to succeed. North Dallas High School lacked any such space, so DwD stepped in. Our team transformed their community meeting room and homeless student assistance center into beautiful spaces for students, teachers, and administrators alike to spend time.

LaZBoy X Dallas 911 Communications Center

Honoring our Heroes

This 911 call center in Dallas works tirelessly to serve more than 1.3 million people in their area, but even these brave men and women need a break sometimes. After all, spending all day answering stressful, heartbreaking calls from people in crisis takes a tremendous toll on even the most seasoned 911 operators. The 314 employees of this center desired a comfortable, welcoming place to relax and unwind after a long day of saving lives. Unfortunately, their current space was anything but comfortable and relaxing. DwD changed that, honoring these American heroes as they deserve.

Recent community projects

Schools We've Supported
  • CityLab High School - Dallas ISD
  • Lincoln High School Community Hub - Dallas ISD
  • North Dallas High School - Dallas ISD
  • Oliver Wendell Holmes Middle School - Dallas ISD
  • Paul Quinn College
  • PL Prep at Sam Houston Elementary - Dallas ISD
  • Speer Elementary - Arlington ISD
  • University of Texas at Dallas
Additional Projects
  • 911 Communications Center
  • Community Does It
  • Dallas County Juvenile Department Youth Village
  • Dallas Hope Charities
  • Dallas Institute of Humanities & Culture
  • Dallas Zoo
  • Jubilee Park Community Center
  • KERA
  • Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance
  • Oxford House
  • TR Hoover

Community Project Sponsors