The Family Place geared up for another exciting year of Partners Card with the annual Seller Soirée.Read more
Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the aftermath of a February winter storm that damaged the Family Place’s since repaired emergency shelter, Partners Card organizers say supporting the agency remains more crucial than ever.
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The Family Place, a family violence non-profit agency, announces the appointment of their new CEO, Mimi Crume Sterling, upon the retirement of current CEO Paige Flink after serving 30 years with The Family Place.
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ReuNight, an annual benefit for The Family Place, moved to spring for a socially distanced evening amidst exquisite art at the Nasher Sculpture Center Garden.
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“Wouldn’t It Be Nice” and “Fun, Fun, Fun” to spread some “Good Vibrations” and support Vogel Alcove, an early childhood education and parent opportunity center.Read more
As the COVID-19 pandemic has uprooted everyone’s lives, Marisa Howard has managed to make the most of it.Read more
Lexie Aderhold came to marketing in a happy accident.Read more
The associate professor of anesthesiology and pain management at UT Southwestern Medical Center serves on the board of the Family Place, lets off steam on TikTok, and belongs to this season’s cast of Bravo’s Real Housewives of DallasRead more
As a longtime Dallas resident, I have had the pleasure of volunteering with The Family Place the past few years.Read more
From the tornado that hit North Dallas last year to the COVID-19 pandemic this year, Partners Card organizers have learned to adapt to help meet the community’s needs.Read more
Dallas-based family violence agency, The Family Place, held it’s 23rd Annual Texas Trailblazer Awards Luncheon on Oct. 4, at the Omni Dallas Hotel with keynote speaker actress Laura Linney.Read more