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Announcement | March 12, 2024

Emergency Grant: Children’s Advocacy Center for North Texas

The Rosendin Foundation is pleased to present an Emergency Grant in the amount of $2,500 to Children's Advocacy Center for North Texas.
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The Rosendin Foundation is pleased to present an Emergency Grant in the amount of $2,500 to Children’s Advocacy Center for North Texas. They applied for an emergency grant to address a failing HVAC system that controls the climate on the client side of their building.

“The HVAC system on the client side of the building is failing. We have a patch in place but must replace the system. While we have known that the HVAC system is wearing out, we had hoped to avoid a major repair this year after the patches done over the past several years. This year’s budget did not increase enough to include a major building upgrade.”

The Rosendin Foundation’s board approved the grant to address their concerns so Children’s Advocacy Center of North Texas can continue to address the important needs of the communities of Denton, Wise, and Jack counties.

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“Children’s Advocacy Center for North Texas and our 67 partners are the front-line responders to reports of criminal child abuse in Denton County, Wise County, and Jack County. We are the only non-profit in these three counties that uses a coordinated, multidisciplinary approach to address felony-level child abuse cases, providing education, healing, and justice to children, families, and our community. Mandated by Texas Family Code, we provide evidence-based, trauma-informed counseling and specialized victim services to children and their non-offending family members who have been traumatized by physical abuse or violence, neglectful supervision, or sexual assault.”

You can learn more about Children’s Advocacy Center for North Texas by visiting their website.