Chancellor’s Kick-off Mix & Mingle Luncheon
Please join Chancellor Carine M. Feyten, Ph.D. and the SECC Committee as we start the 2018 Texas Woman’s SECC Campaign on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at the Chancellor’s Kick-off Mix and Mingle Luncheon!
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m (doors open at 11:30 a.m.) in the Blagg-Huey Library, Living Room
This year's luncheon will feature mixed seating with no reserved tables. Individual tickets are $15, and a group of eight tickets is $110. You may purchase your tickets with cash or check. Please make checks payable to SECC Campaign. Please send your payment to Amelia Brizicky in the Chancellor’s Office. All reserved tickets must be paid by September 27th. Tickets will be delivered to your office prior to the event.
Because of the generous sponsorship provided by Chancellor Feyten, 100% of the revenue goes directly into the Texas Woman’s SECC Campaign. We look forward to seeing you at this annual event. YOUR support counts!
If you have questions , please contact Amelia Brizicky at extension 81-3207 or email@example.com.
This year we are fortunate to have the following SECC eligible nonprofit organizations be with us at the luncheon to mingle with you and let you know all about their important local work!
Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County and our partners are the front-line responders to reports of child sexual abuse in Denton County. We are the only non-profit organization that uses a unified approach to provide education, healing and justice to children, families and the Denton County community.
CACDC came about after the District Attorney’s Office saw a need for not only a united effort in fighting child abuse in Denton County, but also a means to provide healing to young victims and their families. After collaborating with like-minded, concerned citizens, CACDC opened in 1997 and has been a beacon of hope ever since.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Denton County, Inc. is a volunteer-based non-profit organization serving the Denton County area. CASA volunteers are appointed by the court to serve as advocates for abused or neglected children removed from their homes by Child Protective Services (CPS). These volunteers investigate and monitor a child’s situation while in alternative or foster care. Within a twelve to eighteen month time period, they make a recommendation to the presiding judge as to what permanent placement would be in the best interest of the child.
Mission Statement: The mission of CASA of Denton County, Inc. is to provide trained community volunteers, to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children, and to promote community awareness about child abuse issues.
Vision: A safe, permanent, loving home for every child.
1 in 2 students in North Texas students are in at-risk of dropping out of school. With the help of Communities in Schools of North Texas (CISNT), part of the nation’s largest dropout prevention network, many will beat the odds this year and stay in school. CISNT, a non-profit administered through guidelines by the Texas Education Agency, is part of an innovative national approach established to combat the dropout problem.
The mission of Communities In Schools of North Texas (CISNT) is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
Denton Christian Preschool, a United Way agency, was founded in 1970 by a group of concerned Denton citizens, representing 17 different churches in Denton (hence the school’s name) who believed that the first few years of a child’s life are the most important. Since then, a group of dedicated professionals and volunteers have taught, fed, loved, and nurtured three and four-year-olds who are considered to be at-risk for succeeding in public school without early intervention.
Denton Christian Preschool does not discriminate based on race, national origin, political belief, disability, color, religion, age, or sex. Denton Christian Preschool does not teach a specific theology but cares for children with love and concern.
Our Mission: Denton Christian Preschool's mission is to prepare at-risk children for success in school and in life.
Giving Hope, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that serves individuals and families experiencing or at-risk of homelessness in Denton County, Texas. Our agency receives federal, state, and local government grants as well as funds from private donors and other grant makers. Since 1986, our housing assistance programs have helped thousands to stabilize and become self-sufficient.
We are a Front Door to the Texas Balance of State Continuum of Care. Our staff performs street outreach, case management, and advocacy through collaboration with community partners for support services. We provide rental and utility assistance for eligible participants, with specific programs for persons with disabilities and veterans.
Mission: Serve individuals and families who are at risk of or currently experience homelessness through advocacy, community collaboration, and housing assistance
HSNT has grown from its grass roots beginnings into a highly respected agency dedicated to making a difference in North Texas communities. Our staff is committed to providing compassionate service using an approach that provides the highest level of care, while giving our patients the tools they need to take charge of their health. We serve in order to make North Texans healthier. We are a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) and FTCA Deemed.
Our Mission: Improving the quality of life for all North Texans through medical care, support services and advocacy.
Our Vision: A Healthy Community.
We are a locally-governed, autonomous, 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization that was founded in 1951. United Way of Denton County is a powerful movement of volunteers and donors in our community striving to make a difference. Across Denton County, a diverse range of passionate and compassionate people LIVE UNITED to serve those in need across our Denton County.
Our mission is to improve lives in Denton County.
Our vision is to create and sustain relationships that identify and leverage community resources that help children, families, veterans, people experiencing homelessness, and people affected by mental illness - making Denton County the best place to live and work.
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