Greater Texas Community Partners

Rating: 5 stars   2 reviews


4000 Miramar Ave Dallas TX 75205 USA


To meet the critical needs of abused


The purchasing partnerships program was established to meet the emergency needs of abused and neglected children. Foundations, individuals and churches have provided partial funding to distribute lice treatment kits, port a cribs, toddler beds and car seats to community partner member groups. These products can also be purchased from greater texas community partners along with large blue bags and smaller tote bags at greatly reduced prices for children who are making the transition from unsafe homes to state custody.

the organization carries an inventory of items to increase awareness of child abuse. The expenses included are program expenses associated with the sales and distribution of these products.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I started as a volunteer for Community Partners/Rainbow Room in the fall of 2010 as my Junior League placement. I was so touched by what Community Partners does for neglected and abused children that when a part-time position became open I applied for it. I am so proud to now be working with Community Partners and Child Protective Services in my county. We forget what we need on a daily basis to function and these children deserve everything that other children receive. They are innocent victims and Community Partners is able to provide them with hope and security for the future.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Hearing the outcomes of displaced children and how Community partners was able to help their families stay together or how they were able to assist them along their journey to a new home.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Nothing, this group is awesome!

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