Sunday night’s destructive weather disproved the theory that tornadoes only hit trailer parks. From mega-commercial buildings along Harry Hines, Fire Department 41 at Preston and Royal to Preston Hollow mansions’ manicured grounds, the storms took no mercy, leaving thousands without power — or roofs over their heads. One person, who hunkered down in his bathroom, admitted, … [Read more...] about Sunday’s Storms May Have Devastated Parts Of North Texas, But Because Of Warnings No Lives Were Lost
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Looking around the Dallas Country Club’s Founders Room at 11:05 a.m. on Monday, April 15, Callier Foundation Board Chair Tricia George wondered where the people were. So far, the 2019 Callier Cares Luncheon VIP party was made up of three Callier Center staffers and a group of men that no one knew. Then down the hallway, Tricia spied a familiar face. It was Ken Altshuler with … [Read more...] about Callier Cares Luncheon Celebrates Dr. Steven Barlow, Brent Christopher And Harper Hanna’s Journey
From Resource Center’s CEO Cece Cox, “During this season of gratitude it’s always nice to hear from the community we serve, especially the younger generation. We recently received a simple thank you from one of our Youth First members Dee, age 16. Dee warmly told us how the program’s inclusivity helps the teen population Resource Center serves, stating that 'Youth First … [Read more...] about A Simple Thank You To … Resource Center
2019 Callier Cares Luncheon Chair Beth Laydon, Luncheon Underwriting Chair Nancy Carter and Callier Center Foundation President Tricia George rallied the troops including Dr. Tom Campbell, Rich Neely and Barbara Stuart last week. They held forth with pens in hand around the dining room table of Luncheon Honorary Co-Chairs Sharon and Mike McCullough’s marvelous home. The purpose … [Read more...] about 2019 Callier Cares Luncheon Letters Are On The Way Despite Possible Holiday Delay
According to Readers 2 Leaders Reading Buddy volunteer Janie Cisneros, "I volunteer at Readers 2 Leaders because my community is important to me. We all understand the value of reading, and books magically took me outside of West Dallas as a young girl. Every book took me into worlds that I could only imagine. "My holiday wish is to expand the Readers 2 Leaders … [Read more...] about MySweetWishList: Readers 2 Leaders
According to Foundation for the Callier Center Board Trustee and Vice President of the Development Committee Beth Thoele, “Close your eyes, take a deep breath and go to your happy place. See yourself there. Take in the sight, the smell, the sound. Do you feel yourself smiling? “Last summer, I had the privilege of visiting a very unique happy place for children who are … [Read more...] about MySweetWishList: Callier Center For Communication Disorders’ Cochlear Implant Camp
Callier Center for Communication Disorders Executive Director Dr. Tom Campbell hosted the annual luncheon honoring the former Callier Cares Luncheon chairs in the Dallas Country Club's Founder’s Room on Tuesday, October 9. Among former chairmen enjoying the luncheon were Tiffany Divis, Angie Kadesky, Barbara Stuart, Beth Thoele and Emilynn Wilson. As part of the Callier … [Read more...] about Callier Cares Luncheon Chairs Are Honored At Annual Luncheon
If you don't have a cellphone, you can stop reading this post. But on the other hand, if you do have a cellphone, you might want to read the rest of this post. Why? Around 1:18 p.m. (CST) on Wednesday, your phone is going to throw a fit. The reason isn't because you haven't paid your phone bill or your battery is having hot flashes. Rather the Federal Emergency … [Read more...] about Break With The Usual: Your Cellphone Is Gonna Go A Little Crazy Wednesday at 1:18 P.M.
While most summer camps provide for the basic activities like swimming, horseback riding and archery, the campers at the Callier Center for Communication Disorders' week-long Cochlear Implant Camp are more high-tech oriented. Taking place from Monday, July 24, through Friday, July 27, at Cross Creek Ranch in Parker County, the camp hosts youngsters who take part in a … [Read more...] about The Annual Cochlear Implant Camp Flourished Despite The 100° Temperatures
Survivors On Purpose, Inc. gleefully welcomes North Texas Giving Day! It gives us a voice through a gigantic bullhorn. Survivors On Purpose, Inc. was founded in 2013. Our mission is focused on encouraging community responsiveness to Triple Negative Breast Cancer by focusing on breast health literacy through education, development of self-advocacy skills, community outreach, and … [Read more...] about North Texas Giving Day Booster: Survivors On Purpose Inc.
It ain’t easy being a non-profit public relations or marketing person nowadays. And there’s a couple of good reasons for that. First, the number of North Texas nonprofits have increased. Second, the number of media outlets have decreased. And those that are still around seem as hard to get a hold of as your internist's cell phone number. And then there’s the problem of … [Read more...] about Registrations Open For Free Media Panel For Nonprofits At Brain Performance Institute