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ALLSTATE FOUNDATION GRANT to ETCC

ALLSTATE FOUNDATION GRANT to ETCC

Allstate Foundation Helping Hands Grant of $10,000.00 has been granted to EAST TEXAS CRISIS CENTER INC. on January 2, 2020, to support our Self-Sufficiency Program; Children’s Therapy Program and the Children’s Prevention & Education Program.

Thank you to Allstate volunteers for being a positive force for change in our community. A very special thank you to:
KEITH MCINTYRE; KELLY HENSHAW; LOGAN EDDINGTON; MELISSA AZZAM; RICHARD LONGACRE; SHARIE WITHERS and KATYLIN McCALLUM, gave their time and enabled East Texas Crisis Center to receive an  Allstate Foundation Helping Hands Grant. This is their second year these individuals have been very supportive to the mission and the programs of the East Texas Crisis Center.

“For more than 60 years, The Allstate Foundation has been bringing out the good in millions of lives. Allstate aim to be a positive force for change in our communities. We’re proud to include your organization as a partner providing innovative and lasting solutions to enhance your community’s well-being and prosperity”.  The Allstate Foundation supports the causes that Allstate agency owners, financial specialists and employees care about most by providing Helping Hands Grants to nonprofits where they volunteer their time to bring out the good in their communities.   #BringOutTheGood!

Shimmy Mob

Shimmy Mob

On Saturday, May 13th the Tyler Belly Dance Collective (TBDC) hosted Shimmy Mob to raise funds and...

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2023 Wine & Cheese Party

2023 Wine & Cheese Party

The East Texas Crisis Center hosted its 37th Annual Wine & Cheese Party honoring Susan Davis at The Hand-Mayfield-Hunt House located in the Charnwood Residential Historic District. Susan Davis was honored for her long-time commitment to further the mission of East...

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Javi’s Giveback Event

Javi’s Giveback Event

On Tuesday, June 13th dine at Javi's Tyler from 4:00 p.m. - 9:30 pm. to support survivors of domestic violence, and sexual assault.

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Shimmy Mob

Shimmy Mob

On Saturday, May 13th the Tyler Belly Dance Collective (TBDC) hosted Shimmy Mob to raise funds and awareness to support East Texas Crisis Center! Shimmy Mob is an annual "flash mob" event, creating awareness of emotional abuse and domestic violence. Cheryl Dawson, a...

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Revitalizing Children’s Therapy Garden

Revitalizing Children’s Therapy Garden

On Friday, April 28th Smith County Master Gardeners and volunteers in the community visited East Texas Crisis Center to help revitalize the Children's Therapy Garden! We are so thankful to the volunteers for their hard work, and willingness to beautify the garden for...

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Spring Volunteer Training

Spring Volunteer Training

Volunteer training gives members of the community an opportunity to assist East Texas Crisis Center in providing support, and services to survivors of family violence, dating violence, and sexual assault. Volunteer Training is 40 hours in total. 30 hours held...

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11th Annual Walk A Mile in Her Shoes

11th Annual Walk A Mile in Her Shoes

Saturday, May 27th 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Northwest Corner of Townsquare The East Texas Crisis Center Athens will be hosting the 11th Annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Event during Fiddlers Festival. This is the International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault and...

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