Throughout 2019, Fort Worth Moms had the privilege of partnering with many local non-profits. These organizations are the hands and feet of our community, and it is a joy to come alongside them in their missions for area families. Now, you, our readers, will have the opportunity to take part in all the great things happening in Tarrant County.
September 19 is North Texas Giving Day. Each year this site allows for non-profits to fundraise in our community all in one convenient location! If you and your family are looking for a way to give back, or a cause to get behind, here is a list of some of our local favorites. Click on the links to go to their North Texas Giving Day page and donate!
2019 Together Project Partners
This year we were able to partner with four organizations who fight on behalf of women in crisis. The Fort Worth Moms “Together Project” exists because we believe that your family is our family. We work hard to help each chosen organization to raise awareness and get valuable resources out to our readers.
Please consider joining them as they make the world a safer place for women like us.
SafeHaven :: SafeHaven’s mission is to end domestic violence through safety, support, prevention, and social change.
Valiant Hearts :: This organization helps victims of sexual exploitation and bondage break free by providing compassionate care and healing through education, restoration, and empowerment.
The Net :: The Net works to empower the city to restore dignity to homeless, refugee children relocated to Tarrant county, or victims of sexual exploitation.
The Women’s Center :: Through rape crisis and victim services, violence education and prevention, employment solutions and general counseling services, the Women’s Center helps men, women, and children overcome violence, poverty, and crisis.
Other Organizations We ♥
ACH Child and Family Services :: ACH offers a wide range of services for families and at-risk youth, as well as foster care, free counseling, and a youth emergency shelter. ACH works to protect children from abuse, neglect, and family separation and help them heal when those tragedies do happen.
CASA of Tarrant County :: Made up of court-appointed volunteers, CASA provides advocacy for abused and neglected children within the foster care system.
YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth :: Working for the health of the whole person, the YMCA puts principles to work to provide all people with resources to learn, grow, and thrive.
MHMR of Tarrant County :: Parenting is hard, but you don’t have to do it alone. MHMR Tarrant County provides resources and support for babies, children, youth, and adults with developmental delays, intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as youth and adults with behavioral health and substance use disorders.
Mother’s Milk Bank of North Texas :: This incredible organization provides donor human milk to infants in the NICU and to other families in need.
River Legacy Foundation :: River Legacy Foundation works to provide families with outdoor educational experiences while preserving the parkland along the Trinity River and its tributaries.
Ronald McDonald House Fort Worth :: RMHFW provides families of seriously ill children with home-like housing and community.
Mayfest :: This annual event raises funds for use throughout Tarrant County — and it’s oh-so-fun!