We love a great block party.
In support of Jonathan's Place and its 25th birthday bash, the projekt202 team hit the bricks to unleash our colorful creativity with LEGOs. The LEGO competition focused on the best representation of a child’s world of fun, safety, love and adventure.
It was a fitting theme for Jonathan’s Place, a nonprofit organization that offers a safe home and specialized services to North Texas children in need.
projekt202 was one of nearly a dozen organizations lending support and LEGO imagination to the Jonathan's Place party, which was held Saturday, Oct. 15, at Klyde Warren Park in downtown Dallas.
projekt202 is proud to support Jonathan’s Place, which provides residential care and specialized services to newborns and children up to 17 years old who have been abused, abandoned or neglected. While at Jonathan's Place, each child is enrolled in school and receives medical and dental exams, developmental and psychological assessments, and individual and group therapy.
Jonathan’s Place is the only organization in Dallas County offering residential services to children under the age of 10.
The nonprofit also has programs devoted to foster care and adoption; residential treatment for girls aged 10 – 17 in need of therapeutic care and specialized professional services; and Safe Place, a national outreach and runaway prevention program educating middle and high school-aged children about abuse, with immediate help and safety for youth in crisis.
For more information and to learn how you can help, visit Jonathan’s Place online.
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The projekt202 team brought its A game to providing a new experience for North Texas children in need. More than 25 staff volunteers pitched in to design and refresh a game room at Jonathan's Place, a nonprofit organization that provides a safe, loving home and specialized services to children who have been abused, abandoned or neglected.
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