As an organization, the Dallas Wings are committed to being active community partners addressing societal issues that impact marginalized communities throughout the North Texas region. Our community efforts are developed with a goal to increase equity by improving the quality of life for all.

 

In partnership with HavASole and For Oak Cliff, the Dallas Wings were able to provide over 50 youth with brand new Nikes, complete with a shopping experience and block party with Isabelle Harrison and Lightning! As a part of National Random Acts of Kindness Day, Wings Center Charli Collier surprised fans in Arlington by making, and paying for, their drinks at a local White Rhino Coffee. Teaming up with University of Texas at Arlington’s Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Zeta Chi Chapter, the Dallas Wings hosted a voter registration drive on campus encouraging students to get civically engaged.
 

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Ms. Opal Lee, the “Grandmother of Juneteenth”, visited the Dallas Wings to discuss the significance of Juneteenth and why we celebrate the national holiday the way we do today.

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Meet The Dallas Wings Mascot: Lightning!

Lightning, the official mascot of the Dallas Wings, made her grand debut on May 20, 2017. Lightning flies in a lane of her own, with her bright personality and cheerful enthusiasm which inspires fans to get on their feet and rally behind the players from tip-off to the final buzzer. Lightning has a unique origin. As a Pegasus, she represents Dallas-Fort Worth, where the winged horse flies high above the city. She believes in the strength of North Texas and of the Dallas Wings, encouraging fans to cheer on their team with the upmost support. Lightning brings the electricity to College Park Center that energize the arena. Feel the buzz? It’s probably Lightning bringing the charge.