TTF Relocates to Pegasus Park, new hub for Dallas nonprofits

Texas Trees Foundation Relocates to Pegasus Park


Texas Trees Foundation has uprooted and relocated to The Water Cooler at Pegasus Park (3000 Pegasus Park Drive, Dallas, TX 75247). The Water Cooler is a community of nonprofit and social impact tenants at Pegasus Park. Pegasus Park is a unique office ecosystem intended to foster meaningful collaboration and be a hub for innovation. The Texas Trees Foundation is relocating from The Meadows Foundation offices, located in the Wilson Historic District, on Swiss Avenue.

“Our Foundation is actively expanding our list of projects, and with that comes the need to work in an innovative space that provides us with the resources we need,” said Janette Monear, CEO of Texas Trees Foundation. “We are thankful for Lyda Hill Philanthropies for giving us this opportunity to work alongside other nonprofit organizations in a new space that will allow us to work more effectively, help us reach our goals, and develop relationships with new partners. And we appreciate the continued support from the Dallas Foundation, who has guided us through our transition.”

Pegasus Park has a range of space options designed to meet the needs of its richly-diverse mix of tenants. The building has dedicated up to 175,000 square feet of the main tower to Water Cooler tenants. Selected Water Cooler Tenants received subsidized rent, access to philanthropic funds for furniture, and low-cost amenities designed to accelerate their respective missions.

Current tenants at the Water Cooler — alongside Texas Trees Foundation — include Aspire, Big Thought, Child Care Group, Carson Leslie Foundation, City Year, Commit, Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, Education is Freedom, Grant Halliburton Foundation, Junior Achievement of Dallas, Retreet, Leukemia Texas, Lone Star Justice Alliance, The Nature Conservancy, Onestar, Philanthropy Southwest, Principal Impact Collaborative, SVP Dallas, SWAN, TexProtects, The Dallas Foundation, The Trust for Public Land, United to Learn, and Uplift Education. , The Trust for Public Land, United to Learn, and Uplift Education.  

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