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Alliance for Children – NTX Giving Day
September 23, 2021
Alliance for Children is participating in Communities Foundation of Texas’s North Texas Giving Day
Thursday, September 23rd, 2021
We invite you to join this movement of community giving on September 23 and help Alliance for Children reach our goal of $40,000 to make healing a reality for Tarrant County child abuse victims well into 2022.
Since 1992, Alliance For Children has served more than 60,000 Tarrant County children who have suffered from sexual abuse, physical abuse or being witness to a violent crime, while simultaneously educating both adults and children in abuse prevention. Thanks to our partners across 30 law enforcement agencies, the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, Cook Children’s Medical Center, JPS Health Network and the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s Office, we are able to take a multidisciplinary approach in helping children overcome the trauma of abuse while bringing stability back into their lives.
All of the services provided from the initial interview through counseling sessions are completely free of charge to the children and their protective families that we serve. We hope you can walk alongside us in our mission as we look to restore hope and rebuild lives in Tarrant County.
NTX Giving Day is presented by Communities Foundation of Texas
At Communities Foundation of Texas (CFT), our charge is to put giving to work. To take generosity and amplify it. To take passion and focus it. To seed impact and harvest it year after year. We invest in each other. We nourish the best in our cities, our neighbors and our communities. Because we know where giving thrives, communities thrive, too. As one of the largest community foundations in the nation, CFT professionally manages more than 1,000 charitable funds for families, companies, foundations and nonprofits and has awarded more than
$2 billion in grants since its founding in 1953. Because we believe where giving thrives communities thrive, too.