The Village Giving Circle Fund at Texas Women’s Foundation Funds Emergency Shelter Services at The Family Place

by Emily Roberts | Nov 25, 2019

The Family Place, the largest family violence service provider in Texas, is proud to announce a gift of $10,000 for Emergency Shelter Services from the Village Giving Circle Fund at Texas Women’s Foundation.

“We are so grateful to be a recipient of funding from the Village Giving Circle Fund at Texas Women’s Foundation,” said The Family Place CEO Paige Flink. “These funds will help victims of family violence escape grave danger and provide a second chance at building healthy lives for themselves and their children. The Village Giving Circle is elevating awareness of issues that affect African Americans in North Texas. African-American women and their children represent the majority of those we serve and are more likely to experience domestic violence than women of other races/ethnicities, so we especially appreciate the impact these funds will make.”

“The Family Place has a long history of serving the African-American community,” said A. Shonn Brown, Founding Officer and Co-chair. “We’re proud to support its efforts to save lives and change lives for the better.”

Organized in 2017, the mission of The Village Giving Circle at Texas Women’s Foundation is to honor, sustain and expand the legacy of African-American women’s philanthropy by funding organizations and initiatives that positively impact the African-American community in North Texas. The Village was borne out of a desire to harness the collective giving power and influence of African-American women philanthropists, and in recognition of the need to provide opportunities for like-minded African-American women to form connections that enhance their civic leadership activities.