Fort Worth – Build Healthy Families Luncheon

Tuesday, September 1, 2020 at The Ashton Depot

Emceed by KLTY Radio personality, Bonnie Curry.

Being a relatively new presence in Fort Worth, ChristianWorks will host its second annual luncheon to share the exciting growth experienced in Tarrant County, as well as raise the funds to continue that work.

North Texas Giving Day

Thursday, September 17, 2020
Save the date—North Texas Giving Day 2020 is right around the corner!

Stay tuned for more details of how you can get involved.

Celebrate the Children Auction & Dinner

Saturday, October 10, 2020

Omni Hotel Dallas
555 S. Lamar Street
Dallas, Texas 75202

For 30 years, the Celebrate the Children Auction has been the flagship event for ChristianWorks fundraising. Held in the beautiful Dallas Ballroom, the evening is filled with a silent auction of over 350 items, a fabulous dinner, a live auction of trips and one-of-a-kind experiences, and ends with the gift of a live concert.

If you’d like to volunteer at the auction, please contact our Special Events Coordinator, Jennifer Liebl at jliebl@christian-works.org.

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Book Recommendations For Talking About Race With Children:

For Preschoolers:
Shades of People by Shelley Rotner and All the Colors We Are: The story of how we got our skin color by Katie Kissinger are both full of beautiful photos of kids from diverse ethnicities. The latter includes a scientific explanation of why people have different skin colors.

For Grades K-2:
Chocolate Me! by Taye Diggs and Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman are picture books featuring Black protagonists, with strong messages of self-affirmation in the face of discrimination.

The Skin I’m in: A First Look at Racism is written by psychotherapist Pat Thomas, and encourages children to be comfortable with differences in skin colors among their friends.

For Grades 3+:
Who Belongs Here? by Margy Burns Knight and My Name is Bilal by Asma Mobin-Uddin are complex stories that promote compassion for immigrants.

The Hello Atlas by Ben Handicott. This book includes charming illustrations by Kenard Pak, demonstrating the variety of skin tones, landscapes, and languages of cultures around the world. There’s even a free app where you can hear real children speaking sentences in dialects that correspond with the book.