Transform Learning Spaces

Many campuses across Dallas ISD need a boost or a lift, but public dollars are limited. Community Campus Day volunteers, donors, and sponsors make it possible to fulfill more than 75 project requests at elementary schools each year.

About CCD

Community Campus Day 2024 is an opportunity for individuals as well as corporate, philanthropic, and faith-based groups to sponsor, donate, and volunteer in Dallas schools. Volunteers can spend the day or a couple of hours enriching learning environments for students and educators.  Sponsors can invest at a variety of levels that range from one project to a year-long partnership. Donors help make the projects come to life, giving what fits in their budget.

So, why are positive learning environments so important? On a school campus, everywhere a student goes has the potential to inspire learning. Learning spaces influence everyone’s experience and mindset. Research shows that joyful, enriched learning environments can increase productivity and engagement by 15% or more.  Positive learning environments can also lower teacher turnover rates by 25%. 

But with an average age of  50+, many Dallas ISD campuses need updates and repairs. Funds are not always readily available to make needed improvements and enhancements.

So, United to Learn mobilizes volunteers, donors, and sponsors to help complete projects for Dallas ISD elementary schools in our network request. Past Community Campus Day projects include library makeovers,  school gardens, spirit stores, mindfulness corners, care closets, playground upgrades, and more.

Community Campus Day 2024 is one way that United to Learn is supporting students reading on grade level and forwarding our mission: changing lives by transforming the relationship between schools and community. 

Read how one Young Men’s Service League chapter gave its Ultimate Gift on Community Campus Day.

If you are interested in learning more or supporting Community Campus Day in other ways, please contact our Director of Corporate Relations, Chris McSwain.

2023 CCD Impact

More than


Volunteers mobilized

More than


Campus projects

More than


Invested in Dallas ISD campuses

With gratitude for 2024 sponsors

We are grateful for this incredible support from the community!

List of U2L's generous 2024 partners

I am proud to be a part of the vision and scope of United to Learn and all the educational initiatives they have implemented over the years for our community of learners. Working collaboratively, I have personally witnessed transformational progress for hundreds of educators and thousands of scholars.

– ANGIE TORRES, Dallas ISD Executive Director

Thank you for partnering with United to Learn!

For sponsorship questions, contact the Advancement Team at