Community Partners of Tarrant County

A nonprofit organization

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Community Partners of Tarrant County has fulfilled their mission by providing resources donated by a caring community that better enable Child Protective Services and Child Protective Investigation to meet the needs of abused and neglected children.  A 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation established in the late 1970's composed of volunteers from the Tarrant County Child Protective Services Board and the community at large, we want to support normalcy and make a difference for vulnerable children and their families.

One of our projects, the Rainbow Room provides emergency resources for children, families, and caregivers. The store-like rooms are stocked with new items such as safe sleep items, diapers, car seats, baby formula, personal hygiene products, household supplies, and new children's clothing and shoes. These essential items are purchased or donated by caring volunteers, youth groups, and other community members. Caseworkers can quickly access the Rainbow Room to ensure that children have the necessary items they need.

We also sponsor the Student and Volunteer Efforts (SAVE) Program, a child abuse prevention program that connects families identified as "at risk" of child abuse or neglect with resources in their community, prior to an incident of abuse or neglect occurring. Under the supervision of a CPS supervisor and volunteer coordinator, trained social work interns work directly with the families and provide a variety of services and resources such as food, clothing, household items, and more in order to reduce the stress in the home and the risk of abuse or neglect.

We participate in various fund-raising opportunities events such as the COPS4KIDS Run / 1 Mile Fun Walk in coordination with area police departments, sponsor activities such as the Back-to-School Supply Drive and Holiday Hope Toy Drive and provide funds for educational/support groups for families who are involved with Child Protective Services. These activities are planned and conducted by CPS staff, such as the Recovery Offering Alternatives to Drugs (ROADS), Parenting and Anger Management Classes, and Family Group Conferences. Charitable contributions of money or goods to Community Partners of Tarrant County are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law and are gratefully accepted.

Mission

The mission of the Community Partners of Tarrant County is to provide help and hope to abused and neglected children and the caseworkers who serve them.

Needs

*ITEMS MUST BE NEW*

Clothing Children 0 – 20

Socks Undershirts Infant – Adult

Diapers & Wipes All Sizes

Baby Formula All Types

Shoes All Size Youth – Adult

Infant/Toddler Car Seats

Pack N Playards

Cleaning Supplies

Pesticide Supplies

Hair Care Products

Ethnic Hair Care Products

Infant Care Products (Diaper Rash Ointment/Gas Drops/etc

Organization Data

Summary

Organization name

Community Partners of Tarrant County

Tax id (EIN)

75-2913202

Guidestar

Causes

Community Improvement, Social Services, Youth & Children

Operating Budget

$100,000 - $249,999

Counties Served

Tarrant

BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latinx, Native American, Other

Address

2700 Ben Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76103

Phone

817-255-8711

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