Feature length documentary Losing Grace Finding Hope coming soon.

On a mission to reduce the suicide rate among North Texas teens and young adults by providing education, support, and resources to teens / young adults, caregivers, and suicide survivors

Our Mission

We are Here to Help Individuals, Families, and Communities

Since 2017, GLF’s goal has been to educate people about depression, mental illness, and suicide, reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness, provide resources to those in need of mental health treatment, and advocate for families, friends, and those struggling with mental illness and suicidal thoughts.

Our Work

Helping Teens and Young Adults Fight Depression

Prevention
Programs

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We fund and support programs

The Grace Loncar Foundation sponsors prevention and education programs within local schools to educate teachers and students about mental health.
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Raising
Awareness

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Let’s talk about it...

Our goal is to educate and bring awareness to the issue, so as to ignite a response of compassion and change within schools, homes and our communities.
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Providing
Resources

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Providing Resources

From 2017 to 2022, we granted anual $10,000 academic scholarship for students actively involved and invested in mental health advocacy...
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Grace's Story...

It is difficult to summarize the life and spirit of Grace Caroline Loncar. She was truly a star that burned out too quickly. A star not because of any celebrity status, but rather she was a bright light amidst darkness.

She used humor, honesty, loyalty and love to bring a unique glow and warmth to the lives of others. She offered acceptance and friendship to those that felt isolated and misunderstood.

Her heart and spirit were tender towards the brokenness of people and this world.

She loved the arts and theatre. As a student at Booker T. Washington School for the Performing and Visual Arts, Grace played major roles in plays as well as participated as a stage manager, make up artist and costumer. She loved her school and often referred to her fellow thespians and artists as “a basket of wonderfuls”…

New Documentary Feature

Losing Grace Finding Hope

Surviving Suicide: A Mother’s Journey from Pain to Purpose

Donate to the Grace Loncar Foundation

All donations, big or small, get us one step closer to ending the stigma surrounding mental illness and reducing suicide rates.

Our ultimate goal is to reduce suicide rates by providing mental health awarenes education, mental health treatment grants, support for those who struggle with their mental health and their caregivers, and support for suicide survivors.

GLF is a 501(c)(3) organization, so your donations are tax deductible. We will email you a receipt for your records.

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National Suicide Hotline: Dial 988 (open 24 hours)

North Texas Crisis Hotline: 214-828-1000

If you (or someone you know) are in imminent danger of hurting yourself or others, call 911.