As the COVID-19 continues its onslaught and vaccinations are being distributed, so the North Texas nonprofits adjust and accommodate the ever-changing demands of scheduling for the best of supporters and efforts.
Here is a slew of changes to mark on your calendar:
- Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of North Texas’ St. Valentine’s Day Luncheon on Thursday, February 11
- Junior League of Dallas’ Milestones’ Luncheon on Friday, March 26
- St. Philip’s School and Community Center’s Destiny Award Luncheon on Friday, March 26
- Genesis Women’s Shelter’s Annual Luncheon scheduled for Friday, May 7
- Community Partners of Dallas’ Change Is Good 2021 traditionally scheduled for the fall has been rescheduled to a virtual event on Sunday, March 7
- Bryan’s House‘s Bryan House Luncheon scheduled for Wednesday, April 7, has been rescheduled for Wednesday, September
- Dallas Zoo’s 2020 Zoo To Do has been transformed to virtual Wild Night In on Thursday, January 28
Just think. A year ago who would have ever thought fundraising would have to adapt to such a world of transition? But thanks to the flexibility of North Texas nonprofits, the adjustments have almost become a normal way of fundraising.