Southlake is Third-most Charitable in North Texas
Mar 26, 2016 10:57AM
● By Kevin
Twenty-seven young women from the graduating class of 2015, who were recognized for their involvement and time in the National Charity League, Southlake Chapter. Pictured: Stacy Bratton Photography Front: Gracie Lanham, Megi Hall, Channing Braun, Cheylee Weigel, Nikki Spuria, Jaden Curreri, Grace Unruh Middle: Emily Collins, Casey Rose, Allie Miller, Kaylon McKelvey, Meredith Havens, Brooke Hottois, Emily Ryniak, Molly Rubac, Laura Tovey Back: Megan Lee, Katie McKinney, Natalie Mladenovic, Kelsey Walter, Madison Donohue, Alyssa Eubank, Alexa Kraemer, Aspen Reid, Christina Wettig, Hannah Smith, Tori Tew.
"You might notice on this year’s List that we shook up the rankings a bit. Instead of only looking at total cash contributions to charities — we used Esri’s proprietary charitable rank index, which accounts for population and looks at charitable giving to household income ratios," the report said.
Esri is a company that uses a geographic information system. The report indicated North Texas donated a total of $745 million to charity in 2015, which is a regional average of $338.27 per household.
Also locally relevant and making the list were Flower Mound and Coppell (No. 5 and No. 8 respectively). To see the full report, click here.