Once again Jan and Trevor Rees-Jones have funded a program to help others within the community. It was just announced that The Rees-Jones Foundation has provided a $100,000 grant for Bryan’s House’s Medically Managed Child Care Program.
“The Rees-Jones Foundation has helped so many in the Dallas community its generous funding of many excellent programs through the years,” said Bryan’s House Executive Director David Thomas. “We are honored to have received this grant, which will help hundreds of children and their families.”
The grant will “provide high-quality early childhood education and on-site nursing services to low-income children with special health needs as well as those impacted by HIV/AIDS whose medical and developmental challenges prevent them from attending traditional child care programs.”
Established in 1988, Bryan’s House’s original focus was “to support children and families impacted by HIV/AIDS.” In 2006, the program expanded “its mission to include children with other special health needs.”
If you’ll recall within the past couple of years, Jan and Trevor have made “hefty” contributions to the creation of the new Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center and the Jan Rees-Jones SPCA Center.
Graphic courtesy of Bryan's House