The Little Feats Society is made up of community members of all ages who contribute Little Feats to help children and families served by the Center for Child Protection.
WHAT IS A LITTLE FEAT?
A Little Feat can be anything that makes a difference – collecting donations for our Kid’s Closet at a happy hour, school or workplace; donating the proceeds from a bake sale or garage sale; asking your friends to donate to the Center in lieu of birthday or holiday gifts- it’s completely up to you!
HOW CAN I HELP?
It’s easy to support the Little Feats Society! Do you have an idea of a Little Feat? Let us know, send us pictures and spread the word about what you’re doing to make a difference in the lives of abused children in our community. As a supporter, you will receive exclusive news and invitations about the Little Feats Society and Center for Child Protection events. You will also have the opportunity to make meaningful in-kind contributions to the Center throughout the year.
WANT TO LEARN MORE?
Please contact Anne West for more information about the Little Feats Society.
2016 FAMILY DAY!
Family Day is a fun-filled day for all ages with mini horses,a bouncy house, face painting, Center tours, arts & crafts, a photobooth, food and more!
Saturday, June 11
10:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Lunch: 11:30 AM
Tours: 11:30 AM, Noon and 12:30 PM
Center for Child Protection East Lawn
8509 FM 969, Bldg. 1
Austin, TX 78724
Please RSVP to Anne West by Monday, May 30th.
Suggested Donations for Birthday Boxes
Cake Mix, Candles, Cupcake Sleeves, Cake Decorations, Sprinkles, Streamers, Banners, Balloons, Birthday Invitations, Party Plates, Napkins, Silverware, Tablecloths, Party Favors, and more!
MEET A FEW OF OUR MEMBERS…
Our newest Little Feats Society member is just 5 years old and is already making an impact on the world around her! Vivian recently stopped by the Center for Child Protection to drop off the many items her friends and family donated as part of her 5th birthday party as she requested donations instead of birthday gifts.
What an impressive Little Feat for this impressive young lady!
He’s 10. He’s charming. And he wrote us a handwritten thank you letter! We should be thanking him as he’s our newest Little Feats Society Member. Dylan started collecting stuffed animals awhile back just so he could donate them to the Center for Child Protection. He told his mom that “he wanted her to take them to work and give them to the kids we see so they can see that someone does care.” Every single child who walks through our doors gets to pick out a teddy bear or other stuffed animal to take home with them.
Thank you Dylan! You are a remarkable young man.