We partner with iDTech via scholarships to support under privileged kids ages 4 to 14 to participate in summer STEM education program that offers hands-on-learning for children through fun robotic activities to develop critical thinking. Kids will have an opportunity to code a game from scratch, build their own take-home laptop, produce a viral video or engineer a robot.

iD Tech for STEM Program

Register today at the #1 summer tech camp for ages 7–18 held at Stanford, MIT, and 150 prestigious campuses. Become a coder, game developer, robotics engineer, or designer.

Jennifer Carroll On Hand To Award Scholarships In Son’s Name


Through our adopt-a-school program at Oliver Wendell Holmes Humanities Middle School we challenge students to get excited about reading. Books are selected by the teacher with a reading comprehension assessment of the content. Research shows that reading is fundamental to developing stronger social skills, vocabulary and writing skills, and helps them to better understand and process more complex ideas.


Rewarding academic achievements, students at Nolan Carroll Foundation adopt-a-school, Oliver Wendell Holmes Middle school were treated as VIP guests to attend the Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving game.


To support our mission to reduce childhood obesity and to encourage at-risk kids to exercise and eat healthy, we’ve partnered with the Oncor Mayor’s 5K race to offer a unique youth training program called 3 Months to 3 miles. Research shows a direct link between physical fitness and educational success.

Dallas Marathon 2017

The Nolan Carroll Foundation is proud to be one of BMW Dallas Marathon Charity Partners. The Dallas Marathon is a nonprofit organization with a focus on promoting health and physical fitness through running events and related activities.

2016 My Cause My Cleats

The Nolan Carroll Foundation supported its partner Snap Foods-Zach Snacks initiative to help promote healthy eating and healthy life styles of children. Snap Foods Omega Round snacks can provide the essential Omega-3 to promote healthy brain function in children which will enhance learning.

Clay HS Football

Nolan Carroll Foundation donates Jugs football passing machine and cart to his alma mater, Clay High School. “This machine allows for consistent throws. The consistency of how the ball is thrown from the machine will help both offensive and defensive players practice at an elite level. Catching the ball is essential and this machine helps to develop that skill.” – Nolan Carroll

2015 Youth Football Camp

2014 Youth Football Camp

Pinecrest Fit Kids Day Volunteer


Our partnership helps disadvantaged teens to prepare for the workplace through classroom instructions and practical paid work experience. The program provides summer jobs, computer technology, job training and life and job skills for disadvantaged youths ages 14 to 16.

Black Male Explorers Program