Randy sits down with Children's Advocacy Center of Central Texas' Executive Director Michelle Carter to talk about how their organization works with victims and their families to provide protection, justice, and healing. The Children's Advocacy Center is our third Charity Champion of the year.
More about Children's Advocacy Center:
Here at Children's Advocacy Center Of Central Texas (CACCT), our mission is to provide comprehensive services to protect, promote healing and enhance the quality of life for abused and neglected children. No child should have to experience that kind of pain and horror. We work tirelessly to create bright futures for children who have suffered this injustice.
In 2017, more than 1,400 children were confirmed victims of child abuse in Central Texas. These children need specialized services, starting with investigation and proceeding through rehabilitation. Our programs are designed to reduce the effects of trauma on these young children and ensure that collaborative investigation and recovery services are available for them.
The Charity Champions Podcast is hosted by Randy Lane, CTO and VP of Marketing for 360 Solutions. Charity Champions and the people they help come into our Triangle Tower podcast studio to tell the stories behind the champions.
About Charity Champions:
Charity Champions are nonprofit organizations chosen by TFNB Your Bank For Life employees after being nominated by the community. Winners receive an awareness marketing campaign and leadership training at no charge to the nonprofit.
The awareness campaign begins with a radio interview by the voice of the Baylor Bears, John Morris, and an on-field presentation at McLane Stadium in front of thousands of Central Texans during a Baylor Football game. It continues with recognition at Baylor Basketball games and a feature on the Charity Champions Podcast.
After football season ends, 360 Solutions brings Charity Champions winners together for world-class leadership development training during the first and second quarters of every year.