The Warren Center, a nonprofit agency dedicated to advocating for children and families affected by developmental delays and disabilities, is gearing up for an inspiring North Texas Giving Day campaign that invites the public to channel their inner superheroes. Under the mission of "#Give2Kids," this campaign aims to bring about transformative change in the lives of children and families in need.
The campaign's rallying call, "We’re welcoming everyone to a mission that calls on the superhero within each one of us! This mission, called “#Give2Kids,” will help change the lives of children and families impacted by developmental disabilities and delays," sets the stage for an impactful and engaging North Texas Giving Day.
At the heart of the campaign is the belief that every child, regardless of their abilities, has the potential to overcome challenges and thrive. The Warren Center recognizes the pivotal role that community support plays in this journey. "This North Texas Giving Day, we invite you to unleash your inner superhero and be a source of hope for children with developmental disabilities and delays. Your generosity can be the force that drives these young heroes toward a future filled with joy and possibilities," says Amy Spawn, CEO of The Warren Center.
The superhero-themed campaign not only captures the imagination but also highlights the power of collective action. Contributions, both big and small, fuse together to create magical moments in the lives of these children. The funds raised during North Texas Giving Day will be instrumental in expanding The Warren Center's reach, ensuring that more families receive the vital services they need. These services include speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and specialized skills training.
According to Spawn, "Our goal this North Texas Giving Day is to raise necessary funds to reach more families in need, creating an even greater impact in our community. Your support will help us continue to provide essential services to children. The Warren Center will never turn a child or family away due to an inability to pay. For each and every one of the 1,300 children we serve, the agency needs to raise $2,000 to cover the costs of services. Our goal is to ease the financial burden of these families, enabling them to focus on their child's well-being.”
North Texas Giving Day will be held on September 21, but early giving begins on September 1. The Warren Center invites everyone to join forces, embrace the spirit of giving, and be the superheroes that these children deserve. To learn more about The Warren Center and how you can contribute to this noble cause, please visit https://www.thewarrencenter.org/ or The Warren Center’s North Texas Giving Day page at https://www.northtexasgivingday.org/thewarrencenter.