The Dallas Mavericks are taking over the historical Majestic Theatre on Sunday, September 28th for an exclusive night of comedy and music. Join us for this can’t miss celebration event benefiting the Dallas Mavericks Foundation.
Doors open at 6 p.m. and the evening will tipoff at 7 p.m. with the comedy of “Hangin with Mr. Cooper” star, Mark Curry. But that’s just the start. Next it’s time to get Rowdy, Proud, and Loud when recording artist Aloe Blacc hits the stage to perform hits including “Wake Me Up” and “The Man.”
To see/hear Aloe’s songs click here
Tickets are on sale now and start at $60.
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VIP Experience tickets are also available and include a pre-event mixer with Mavs players and/or a meet and greet with Aloe Blacc.
Help the Dallas Mavericks Foundation continue to make a positive impact in the community and celebrate the work the Mavs Foundation does all year round.
Your Dallas Mavericks will be there. Will you?
Mavs Foundation Grant Application – Each grant cycle, the Dallas Mavericks Foundation Board Members will select grant recipients to receive $25,000 from the Mavs Foundation for programming. The deadline to submit an application is June 30 of each year.
Mavs Court Refurbishment Project – The Mavs Foundation refurbishes a basketball court each season at a local non-profit that is in need of a new court and basketball goals.
Mavs Reading & Learning Center Project – Each season, the Mavs Foundation creates a new Reading & Learning Center at a local non-profit that is in need of a new technology room to help kids with their homework and adults with job-skill training and other valuable tools.
Mavs Foundation Special Holiday Grant – The Mavs Foundation Board Members will select an organization to receive $10,000 from the Mavs Foundation to help with the costs of purchasing gifts or food, etc. for children during the holidays (this grant will be for holiday projects only).
MISSION: The mission of the Mavs Foundation is to assist young people through programs stressing education, good health, and skills necessary for their future success.
The Dallas Mavericks possess a strong sense of social responsibility, acknowledging that a community is only as strong as its weakest link. Established in October 1996, the Mavs Foundation is dedicated to inspiring and motivating youth to take their education seriously, strive for healthy bodies and minds, become involved in community service activities, set personal goals, visualize their dreams, and take responsibility for their own lives and neighborhoods. It is a 501(c)(3) private charity, and although it is affiliated with the Dallas Mavericks professional basketball team, is incorporated as a separate business entity.
It is the intention of the Mavs Foundation to do what it can as a grant-making organization to help the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex be a nurturing environment within which human beings thrive. Because of the high-profile nature of the sport of basketball and its athletes, we have the opportunity to assist local youth projects and programs in increasing the opportunities for our youth to live healthy, fulfilling lives. With a solid foundation, our youth can then go on to make significant contributions to society.
The Mavs Foundation supports the programs and organizations in the Metroplex which address the community’s most pressing problems involving youth, specifically education, good health, and community service activity. Visit www.mavsfoundation.com for a complete listing of previous award recipients and programs.
Regrettably, the Mavs Foundation receives many more requests for support than it can possibly fund, and some requests are therefore declined even though they may meet Foundation requirements. All applicants will receive a response to their grant request after the board meets (either late Sept. or early Oct.).
Grants will not be made to:
• Public, Private or Charter Schools
• National organizations that do not have locally, financially independent chapters
Grants will not be made for:
• Medical research
• Operational phases of established programs
• Political campaigns or fundraising events, including the purchase of tables, tickets or advertisements
The Mavs Foundation does not commit funds for continued support of long-term programs lasting more than one year, endowment campaigns, administrative costs, advertising or fundraising drives, intermediary funding agencies and/or research.
The Mavs Foundation does not fund multi-year grants.
If an organization is awarded a grant for two consecutive years, that organization will be ineligible for an award for one year.