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Dallas Cowboy legend Jay Novacek hosted the 25th anniversary of Fantasy Football Draft Night benefiting The Warren Center. At the annual football-themed event, guests created their own fantasy football teams to compete against one another with hopes of winning the grand prize: two season tickets to the Dallas Cowboys. Watch highlights from the evening in the video below. In the past 25 years, the event has grown from a group of friends in a small
North Texas Giving Day is Thursday, September 20, 2018! The Warren Center is very excited to be participating in the online giving event with our #Give2Kids campaign. Our goal this year is to raise 2000 hours of therapy for the children in our community who need our help. We also have a $25,000 match from an anonymous donor. So your donation is doubled. You can help a child receive life-changing therapy by donating to The
The year 2018 marks The Warren Center’s 50th anniversary and the 25th anniversary of Fantasy Football Draft Night. At this event attendees create their own fantasy football teams and compete against one another with hopes of winning the grand prize; two season tickets to the Dallas Cowboys. “I think the beauty of it is the event kind of goes on for months because you compare scores at the end of each week. It’s just a
MJ had a stroke in her mother’s womb during the last few weeks of her mother’s pregnancy. When MJ was born, she did not have a gag, suck or swallow reflex and as a result was given a feeding tube. The stroke also left MJ with left-side weakness. While at the hospital, MJ’s family learned about The Warren Center. At just six weeks old, MJ started receiving therapy services through The Warren Center’s Early Childhood
The Warren Center’s, Board President, Bill Warren and Dina Alsaid who is the mother of a child recieving services from the The Warren Center were featured on Good Morning Texas to talk about the 50th Anniversary and about the wonderful services we offer families. Click here to see the full interview.
Last month, on April 21, we celebrated 50 years of service with the children and families we serve at our 50th Anniversary Celebration, presented by Reliant Energy. The 50th Anniversary celebration took place at the First United Methodist Church in Richardson and included several fun activities for the former and current families of The Warren Center. The highlight of the event were the art activities with Dwayne Szot, founder and president of Zot Artz. Children