Who We Are

Kids Matter International is a Texas-based not-for-profit 501(c)(3) that has been helping children since 2006. 

Our Mission is simple but very important: 
To Help Children in Crisis. 
What We Do

With the support of our volunteers, corporate partners and your generous donations to Kids Matter, we have clothed, fed, educated and enhanced the lives of thousands of children and their families. Kids Matter has also awarded grants and provided needed supplies to numerous charitable organizations in our community who also help children and families in need. These efforts resulted in Kids Matter being named the Southlake Civic Organization of the Year.
Corporate Sponsors


Our corporate partners are dear to our hearts. With their help and dedication, we are able to serve more children in need. Thank you for continuing to make a difference!

2016 Kids Matter Congressional Art Contest

Board Member Terry Nelson pictured with winner Lola Jiang.

Congratulations to the 2016 Congressional Art Competition Winner- Zhexin "Lola" Jiang

On Saturday, May 2nd at the Tower Gallery in Grapevine, Congressman Kenny Marchant and Kids Matter were pleased to announce the winner of the 2016 Congressional Art Competition.  Zhexin "Lola" Jiang will receive a trip to Washington D.C. and her artwork will be displayed at the United States Capitol for an entire year!

We want to thank all of our participants this year and we look forward to celebrating another great artist next year.
To learn more about the Congressional Art Competition, please click button below or visit our webpage here
Congressional Art Competition
To view all of the student art work submitted for the contest, click the gallery button below
CAC Art Gallery

2015 Kids Matter Charity Ball

Kids Matter Presents Synergy Award to Jennifer and Ryan Palmer at the 2015 Kids Matter Charity Ball

To view the full press release, click the button below for a printable PDF copy of the release
Download Press Release

The Kids Matter Impact

The 2014
AROUND THE BLOCK
event was able to clothe 1,272 children!
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