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We welcomed Executive Director Michelle Carter into the studio to talk about the Children’s Advocacy Center of Central Texas. Listen below!
Game Day Podcast Featuring John Morris
See Children's Advocacy Center on KWTX with Julie Hays!
More about Children's Advocacy Center of Central Texas
At Children’s Advocacy Center Of Central Texas (CACCT), their mission is to provide comprehensive services to protect, promote healing, and enhance the quality of life for abused and neglected children. No child should have to experience that kind of pain and horror. They work tirelessly to create bright futures for children who have suffered this injustice.
In 2017, more than 1,400 children were confirmed victims of child abuse in Central Texas. These children need specialized services, starting with investigation and proceeding through rehabilitation. Our programs are designed to reduce the effects of trauma on these young children and ensure that collaborative investigation and recovery services are available for them.
Pictures of Children's Advocacy Center at the Baylor game!
Baylor Game Day Video!
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Randy Lane sits down with Mike Harper, Executive Director of Communities in Schools of the Heart of Texas. They talk about how CIS helps students stay in school. Mike talks about how Communities in Schools uses mentors, small groups, and school-wide activities to help kids flourish.
The mission of Communities In Schools of the Heart of Texas is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
Watch their video:
Photos from their gameday experience:
Communities in Schools with KWTX:
No Limitations honored on the field during the first Baylor game of the year. Addy, one of No Limitations athletes, lifts the plaque high!
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Executive Director Coleen Heaton tells us how No Limitations helps those with developmental or physical challenges participate in sports and other activities.
No Limitations provides athletic and social opportunities for those with special needs in our community. No Limitations is our first Champion of the 2019 season. Keep an eye out for them on the field this Saturday as Baylor University takes on Stephen F. Austin!
Watch their video:
Watch their gameday video here:
No Limitations on KWTX:
See photos from their Baylor gameday recognition:
TFNB Your Bank for Life President and CEO David Littlewood and CFO Christy DeLeon announced the 2019 TFNB Charity Champions on KWTX News 10 with Julie Hays KWTX. Keep an eye out during Saturday’s Baylor Football game as we recognize our first Champion of the year, No Limitations, Inc.!
Watch the KWTX spot here:
To announce this season’s Charity Champions, we invited them to a congratulations luncheon. At the luncheon, they received information about how the Charity Champions program works and were able to meet previous recipients as well to find how the program benefited them.
This year’s champions are:
- No limitations
- Communities in Schools of the Heart of Texas
- Children’s Advocacy Center of the Heart of Texas
- Providence Hospice
- Keep Waco Beautiful
- Rhett Revolution
Watch the video to see how the new Champions feel about this upcoming year!
Every year Charity Champions puts together a poster featuring that year’s winners. Representatives from our 2018 winners joined Baylor Football Head Coach Matt Rhule for this year’s photo shoot.
It’s almost time for our second Leadership Development session of the year! 360 Solutions‘ CEO Chip Wilson and guest speaker Meg Poag will discuss The 5 Leadership Roles.
In addition to our monthly Leadership Development sessions, we’ll also have a monthly 360 Group. This group is designed for our non-profit Executives (or key team members) to collaborate on four key disciplines:
- Strategy & Execution
- Leadership & Teams
- Marketing & Fundraising
- Growth & Sustainability
Randy sits down with Co-Founders of McLennan County Pack of Hope Jane Bounds and Cliff Reece. Pack of Hope helps food insecure children in McLennan County by sending them home from school over the weekend with a pack of nutritious food. While they’re currently packing up meals for over a thousands kids each week, more than 26,000 children in McLennan County are considered food insecure.
Learn more about Pack of Hope at packofhope.org
Check out their recognition at the last Baylor game of the year:
Watch their video:
See our video featuring Co-Founder, Jane Bounds on the KWTX midday show:
See Pack of Hope featured at a Lady Bears Bastketball Game!
Randy sits down with Holly Burchett and Jana Hixson of the Junior League of Waco to talk about their focus on early childhood education in the city.
Check out a video of their recognition at a recent Baylor Football game:
About Junior League
The Junior League of Waco is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving our community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.