The Warren Center Celebrates 50 Years with 50 for 50 Campaign
In honor of celebrating 50 years of service, The Warren Center – a nonprofit agency providing professional evaluations, therapy services and support to children with developmental delays and disabilities – announces the 50 for 50 Campaign. This yearlong campaign aims to raise 50,000 hours of therapy, equaling $1.2 million, for children with special needs in the Dallas-Fort Worth community served at The Warren Center.
Through the 50 for 50 Campaign, every $25 raised provides one hour of therapy for a child in need. Donors will have the opportunity to support a family or one of The Warren Center’s educational programs. Every donation received will help provide the following services:
- Speech therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Developmental services
- Family education
“What better way to celebrate 50 years than through our yearlong campaign, which will give The Warren Center the tools that we need to not only service, but empower the children we see every day and their families,” said Amy Spawn, executive director of The Warren Center.
In addition, a series of fundraising events will take place throughout the year, and donors can text “TWC” to “91999” or visit The Warren Center website to donate an amount of their choice. All funds raised will get The Warren Center closer to the 50,000 therapy-hours goal.
For the past 50 years, The Warren Center has continued to serve children from across North Texas and their families. The center has provided resources and care to children with disabilities and their families. For more information on The Warren Center or on how to donate to the 50 for 50 Campaign, please visit https://www.thewarrencenter.org/.