About us

Not just giving back...
But leading the way forward.

At a glance


Founded in 2008


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At our heart

We stand with those who hope, aspire and dream of a better future - and we acknowledge the many barriers that prevent people from living up to their full potential.  

That’s why our parents created The Angel Family Foundation, an organization at the crossroads of family values, innovative business thinking, deep-rooted empathy, and a vision to reshape philanthropy's very essence - from transactional to a partnership.

Our goal? To bring about change that’s not just felt but seen, quantified, and multiplied.

Our vision? A world where everyone has the opportunity to live with hope, ambition and integrity.

Because to impact even one life is to change the world.

A family on a mission

We are committed to uplifting and empowering individuals and organizations in our communities and beyond through access to resources and knowledge.

Some of the organizations we’re proud to support include:

North Carolina State University

Along with providing capital funding to North Carolina State University, we’re proud to support Extraordinary Opportunity Scholarships for students from rural counties to ensure they can access opportunities — and to thrive. 
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Young Life

We’re happy to support Young Life on its mission to provide fun, adventurous, life-changing experiences for kids, in building friendship in a faith-based context. We love being able to give back to an organization that we benefited from as kids ourselves
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Baylor University

By supporting the Global Mission Leadership initiative at Baylor University we can help graduates from around the world earn a master’s degree in social work, and return to their counties for innovative, proactive, education and research. 
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North Texas Food Bank

North Texas Food Bank provides around 140 million meals to people every year. We’re happy to support the organization with funding, and also by volunteering. Want to join us?
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Tulane University

Through the Angel Family Graduate Fellowship Endowed Fund at the Department of Economics at Tulane University, we’re able to provide tuition assistance and other support to economics students pursuing graduate degrees.
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Wounded Warrior Project

Wounded Warrior Project is on a mission to empower and honor wounded warriors. We’re glad to be able to support them to ensure that when those who serve come home, they’re afforded every opportunity to be as successful as a civilian as they were in the military.
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Interested in driving change together?

Our story

The Angel Family Foundation was created as a birthday gift for our mom, Lori Angel, by our dad, Steve Angel. It’s rooted in our own family values: love, generosity, faith, and patriotism, as well as our commitment to our community, and our belief in the importance of education.

Our support goes beyond funding. We’re always ready to bring our skills and ideas to the table — as well as our hours of experience volunteering  — to really partner with the organizations we help so they can achieve their goals — and go beyond.

The Angel Family
Foundation was created.

We made our first significant grant to Walnut Hill Community Church.


Logan Angel becomes Director of the Foundation. 


Partnered with North Carolina State University to boost their Extraordinary Opportunity Scholarship Initiative with a $2.5 million grant. 


Donated $1.5 million to support student scholarships at Baylor University within the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work’s Global Mission Leadership (GML) Program.


Created a $1.3 million endowed fellowship in the Department of Economics at Tulane University.


Celebrated 15 years of service.

Logan Angel

Logan Angel is the Director of the Angel Family Foundation.
Logan is passionate about using her experience, knowledge and family vision to make a positive, direct impact on the community — whether that’s through her work at the Foundation, or volunteering with the Junior League of Dallas. She serves on the Board of Advocates for the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work at Baylor University and The NC State University Foundation Board. She holds a Masters in Nonprofit Management from Northeastern University.  

Check out her interview with Successful Generations, where she discusses her experiences, and her approach to philanthropy.

“To those whom much is given, much will be expected.”

Luke 12:48

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