Tornado Relief Update
On the evening of October 20, 2019, tornadoes carved a 12-mile path through our Dallas community in 35 minutes, impacting an estimated 150,000 residents. The devastation included significant damage to neighborhood homes, businesses, and nine United to Learn Dallas ISD partner campuses. From water and roof damage, gas leaks, tree destruction and power outages, to the entire structure losses, the extent of the impact varied widely across schools.
VOLUNTEER RELIEF INITIATIVES
- Ensured a seamless and welcoming transition for both teaches and students
- Transformed facilities into aspirational learning environments
- Organized teacher and student supplies
- Set up 100 temporary learning spaces for relocated students
- Coordinated breakfast and lunch for campus faculties
- Provided support as classroom assistants and reading tutors
UNITED TO LEARN IMPACT
- 5,564 students Impacted
- 2,139 Students Relocated
- 550 Volunteers Mobilized
- $170,000 Raised to Date
Our team is extending the sincerest thank you to the hundreds of community members who poured their time and resources to thousands of educators, students and families who were significantly affected by the storm. We hope you will enjoy this short video highlighting the impact of our collaborations.