ABC employees have an internal organization called Anteater Advocates. Our staff volunteers once each month to work CCA the local food pantry. ABC also hosts an annual food drive in the fall. Additionally, each year at our Christmas party, ABC employees bring toys to the party to donate to underprivileged children. For years, ABC has donated services to numerous local organizations including Child Advocacy Centers, Mission Arlington, North Texas Food Bank, Volunteers of America (part of the Salvation Army), Habitat for Humanity, and many others. We feel that giving back to our community is being a good steward of the blessings we have been given and we know that working together builds memories and bonds that transcend those of just the normal working relationship. At ABC, it's not just about what we do, it's also about who we are.
Child Advocacy Center of Denton County
The Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County is committed to a multidisciplinary response to child sexual abuse. Established in 1997, the agency coordinates with law enforcement, child protective services, medical and mental health professionals to help children and their non-offending family members seek justice and find healing.
DFW Gives Back
DFW Gives Back is a collective of businesses that believe in the need to make a positive impact in our community. It was founded on the core premise that doing good is good business. And this makes a difference for everyone in the DFW community. DFW Gives Back is an organization that highlights businesses that are doing good and creates an easy-to-use resource for potential customers to find these businesses.
Christian Community Action (CCA)
For more than 40 years, Christian Community Action (CCA) has been healing, feeding, and educating families in need throughout Collin, Dallas, Denton, Tarrant and Wise counties. What started as a Bible study group of seven people in 1973 has grown into an organization of over 150 staff members, and more than 2,500 volunteers. Headquartered in Lewisville, CCA is one of the largest private nonprofits in North Texas, providing more than 10,000 individual services each year. Through careful case management, CCA’s holistic approach from rescue to transition helps families in need achieve self-sufficiency by offering a “hand-up” instead of a hand-out.
When Mission Arlington® began in August of 1986, the idea was to help people find their way back into church. We subsequently discovered that many people felt disconnected from the church in general. It’s not that churches weren’t friendly or inviting, but that there seemed to be some a barrier in the minds and hearts of people, making it difficult for them to connect. We decided then that if people couldn’t come to the church, for whatever reason, we would take the church to them. Today people of all ages gather each week to hear the Bible taught in multiple languages in 349 locations in Arlington and the larger Dallas/Fort Worth region. We meet in neighborhood homes, apartment club houses, mobile home parks and in any other location where people can gather together to hear God’s Word.