The Family Crisis Center of East Texas is the Day 73 winner of a new van from the Toyota 100 Cars for Good program. The Center competed with four other non-profit organizations for the most votes at 100carsforgood.com website.
Heather Kartye, Executive Director of the Family Crisis Center of East Texas said, “We have been selected as one of the recipients of a new Toyota vehicle. The outpouring of support from the community during this process has been overwhelming.”
A reception is planned for when the vehicle, a Sierra Mobility, is delivered. More details on the reception will be announced at a later date. The program is a major philanthropic initiative in which the automotive maker is giving 100 cars to 100 nonprofit organizations over the course of 100 days.
The Family Crisis Center of East Texas (Women’s Shelter of East Texas, Inc.) is a nonprofit organization incorporated to enhance the safety of women, children and men by providing crisis intervention and advocacy services to reduce and prevent the occurrence of family violence and sexual assault through education and community awareness.
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