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Alliance For Children Announces New Director of Development

Alliance for Children announces new director
Written by FWD501cReporter

Alliance For Children is pleased to announce Paige McNamara as the newly appointed Director of Development. McNamara will play a vital role in furthering the mission of Alliance For Children by increasing fundraising opportunities and strengthening donor strategies.

McNamara joined Alliance For Children as the Special Events Coordinator in September of 2014 then progressed into a more donor centric role in recent years. Prior to her tenure at Alliance For Children, McNamara worked for four years in the stock show and rodeo industry.

In response to her new position, McNamara stated, “I am honored to move into this new position and look forward to advancing Alliance For Children’s work within Tarrant County by building strategic partnerships with community members to enable us to provide hope and healing to those must vulnerable in this community—our children. To be able to serve as a community liaison and connect individuals and businesses to our organization is a great privilege.”

Julie Evans, Executive Director of Alliance For Children, said: “Paige has been an essential part of our development team and we are thrilled for her new role within the department. Her energy and passion for protecting Tarrant County children from abuse is contagious.”

ABOUT ALLIANCE FOR CHILDREN

Alliance For Children is the only Children’s Advocacy Center in Tarrant County and one of the first Children’s Advocacy Center programs established in Texas. It is a multidisciplinary coalition of experts who work side-by-side to efficiently and collaboratively bring justice and healing to children and families affected by child sexual abuse, severe and life-threatening child physical abuse, child fatalities and child witnesses to violent crime. Alliance For Children partners with 23 local law enforcement agencies, Cook Children’s Medical Center, Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s Office and the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. Its mission is to protect Tarrant County children from child abuse through teamed investigations, healing services and community education. It operates child-friendly centers in Arlington, Fort Worth, Hurst and Lakeside. Since its start in 1992, Alliance For Children has served more than 50,000 children and their protective caregivers.

For more information please visit the organization’s website.

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