National Recycling Solutions

Charitable Partners

National Recycling Solutions believes in supporting local communities and many different organizations. Three charities we directly support are Hope Supply Co., Operation Kindness and Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Hope Supply Co.

Hope Supply Co. dedicates all of their time, resources and attention to meeting the needs of homeless children. Over the past two years, they have raised and donated over $1.3 million in clothes, diapers, school supplies and much more to the homeless children of North Texas. To learn more about Hope Supply Co. visit

Operation Kindness

Operation Kindness is the oldest and largest no-kill shelter in North Texas. They have saved over 70,000 animals through their years. They care for an average of 200-250 animals on a day-to-day basis, with another 60-80 animals in foster homes. More than 3,000 dogs and cats are assisted by Operation Kindness each year. To learn more about Operation Kindness visit

Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House Charities Global provides families with stability and resources, helping over nine million children around the world every year. Whether their problems involve how to stay near and support a hospitalized child, how to afford staying together in another city while a child is undergoing treatment, or even getting basic medical and dental care in a vulnerable community. They not only help families address these problems, they provide solutions for these and other issues related to the health and wellbeing of the children. Learn more about the Global RMHC organization by visiting,

In the Dallas/Fort Worth market, there is a Ronald McDonald House of Dallas and a Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth. Each House has 58 family guestrooms to help keep families together while an ill child is receiving treatment at area medical facilities. Thousands of families are helped each year between both Houses and often families stay at the Houses for weeks and months. No family is required to pay anything to stay at an RMH, although they are asked to contribute up to $20 per night stay. The inability to pay does not impact eligibility to stay at the Houses.
To learn more about the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas visit
To learn more about the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth, visit


ChildCareGroup operates six model child development centers, serving nearly 600 infants, toddlers, and preschoolers for little or no cost to their families. Located in East and South Dallas, Oak Cliff, Irving, and Garland.

Annually, this program subsidizes the cost of child care for nearly 25,000 children from low-income families.  Children enrolled in our child development centers and contracted licensed and registered family child care homes receive two-thirds of their recommended nutritional daily allowances.

Every dollar invested in high quality early childhood education programs, such
as those provided by ChildCareGroup, yields a return of more than $3.50 to the community.
ChildCareGroup sustains strong fiscal management and proactive fundraising efforts in order to serve the increasing number of children in need. To learn more about ChildCareGroups visit