An Evening of Country Music @The Rustic, Dallas

2nd Annual TLC Benefit to Protect Foster Children - Featuring Crystal Yates


Save the Date: Tuesday May 2, 2017, 6-8pm

Join Texas Lawyers for Children* (TLC) on May 2, 2017 for a BENEFIT TO HELP PROTECT ABUSED CHILDREN at The Rustic (3656 Howell Street) in Dallas. Featuring Crystal Yates - Winner of the Texaco Country Showdown!

Rustic Hors d’oeuvres and Drinks Served

Help TLC improve the lives of abused children by Becoming a Sponsor, Buying Tickets, or Making a Donation!

The most important decisions about a foster child’s future are made in court, and these decisions can have life or death consequences for the child. TLC recruits and trains attorneys to provide legal assistance to abused children, and provides critical resources to judges and attorneys to help ensure that decisions are the best possible for the child.

Sponsorships Available!

Advance Tickets: $75 (Includes 2 Drink Tickets & Rustic Hors d’oeuvres)
Tickets @ the Door: $100 (Includes 2 Drink Tickets & Rustic Hors d’oeuvres)


The Strandt Family

The Rohatgi Family

Goranson Bain, PLLC
Scarbrough, Medlin & Associates, Inc.
Wise Orthodontics

Alexis Marie Photography
Balekian Hayes, PLLC
Dunn Sheehan, LLP
Gilhang Financial Group, LLC

Hallett & Perrin, PC
Highlands Pest Management
IBC Bank
Judge Susan Rankin
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP
Mastrogiovanni Mersky & Flynn, PC
Quentin Brogdon
Renfrow Realty Group
Resolve Tech Solutions

*Texas Lawyers for Children, protecting the rights of abused children, is a program of Texas Loves Children, Inc.
Texas Loves Children, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all gifts are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

Making a Difference in the Lives of Foster Children:

One of many success stories made possible by TLC’s services involves a 16 year old foster youth who suffered extreme physical abuse as a child and was abandoned by his parents.  When TLC became involved, Danny (not his real name) had been in the foster care system since age 10, living in more than 17 different placements.  His trauma had been untreated, and Danny was struggling academically; he had difficulty focusing due to emotional outbursts.  He had been sent to live in a residential treatment center and was starting again in another new school.  TLC’s Advocate got to know Danny, and worked to ensure the school addressed Danny’s academic and emotional issues with a special education plan and a behavioral plan. Working with Danny, the TLC Advocate discovered that Danny had a talent for cooking, and helped him get into a program that teaches cooking skills, restaurant management, and behavioral skills to youth.  Danny thrived there and became highly motivated to finish high school.  Danny has now graduated with a full diploma and hopes to attend community college.  Through TLC Danny finally had someone who focused on his personal strengths and fought to make sure he was no longer lost in the foster care system but was given the chance to succeed.

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