Texas faces enormous challenges. Today, our urban centers and rural communities are facing unparalleled challenges and as financial inequality increases and the number of children in poverty grows, more and more families are unable to overcome the risk factors that perpetuate multi-generational poverty. In the midst of these financial and familial struggles, too often our schools are unable to meet the challenge of preparing children for success in a global economy. More and more children are arriving at school with severe emotional distress and already significantly behind many of their peers. There are not enough Head Start slots for children who need them and parents who want them.

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Giving Tuesday Trikes for Tots!

Learning to ride a bike helps build gross motor skills, gives a child a sense of self-confidence, and promotes habits that lay the foundation for lifelong healthy living. Studies show that regular outdoor activity during a child’s learning day not only gives them the opportunity for exercise, but also can lead to increased attention and learning in the classroom. Join us in the #unselfie movement and help us raise funds for bikes and helmets for our Head Start kids!

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