Adopt an Angel Needs Your Help by December 14 to Brighten the Holidays for Over 1,500 Students and Their Families
Annual Communities In Schools of the Dallas Region Program is chaired by Anne Lindsey and Davin Hunt
(Photo of Anne Lindsey and Davin Hunt with children from CISDR students from Maple Lawn Elementary in Dallas.)
(November 17, 2015) Due to the tremendous need in the schools and communities served by Communities In Schools of the Dallas Region (CISDR), the annual Adopt an Angel Program is a way for individuals, corporations, and community organizations to support students in need during the holidays. The program will ensure that these students are “adopted” for the holidays, helping meet their basic needs with items like coats, shoes, clothing, and gifts for the holidays. With your help, this year CISDR will brighten the holidays for over 1,500 students and their families!
Chairs Anne Lindsey and Davin Hunt invite everyone to help create a warm and happy holiday for students who would not typically have a reason to celebrate. Select a gift from the online Angel wish lists, donate an unwrapped gift or $25 per child and CISDR will shop for you!
Visit the web site at http://www.cisdallas.org or contact Lisa Loy Laughlin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 214-827-0955 x267. Drop off your unwrapped toy at CISDR offices: 1341 West Mockingbird Lane, #1000E, Dallas, TX 75247.
The mission of Communities In Schools of the Dallas Region, Inc. is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
CISDR operates in 77 schools in 12 school districts in Dallas, Collin, Ellis, Rockwall, and Hunt counties, with over 78% of those students living in poverty and deemed “at-risk” by the Texas Education Agency. CISDR is evaluated by the TEA and found to have a 90% or better stay-in-school rate.
CISDR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in 1985 to address the growing number of high school dropouts in Dallas and surrounding areas. As experts in collaboration and in providing integrated academic support services, CISDR’s professional school based staff brings community resources into schools to work in the interest of at-risk children in an evidence-based, cost-effective way.
(Press release courtesy CISDR. Sharon Adams, ACPR represents Communities In Schools Dallas Region for their special announcements and special events.)