Film Documentary "A Fighting Chance"
Monday, April 29, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (CDT)
San Antonio, TX
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
"Road to a BETTER TEXAS" is CPPP's statewide tour to spread the message that all of us deserves a fighting chance to live a better life. Come & be a part of the discussion on how Texas families are surviving and thriving in these harsh economic times. The 30 minute film screening and discussion will take place at the Whitley Center (Oblate School for Theology) from 6:30 - 8:30pm. This is a free event open to the public. Food, refreshments and resources will be available.
When & Where
Voices for Children of San Antonio
Voices for Children of San Antonio is a research and advocacy organization committed to making young children’s issues a priority in the San Antonio community. Established in 1996 as A Vision for Children, the founding Board was comprised of providers of children’s services, as well as business, foundation and academic representatives, all advocates whose mission was, and is, to improve the quality of life for children in our community and to make San Antonio the best city in the nation to be a child. In 2001 the organization incorporated as a separate 501-c-3 non- profit organization, committed to improving the quality of life for San Antonio’s children through research, strategic planning, advocacy and action. A Vision for Children became a member of Voices for America’s Children asVoices for Children of San Antonio.
Voices for Children networks nearly 2,000 community stakeholders from more than 500 organizations, working to improve the quality of live for San Antonio’s kids.
Voices’ broad areas of interest include abuse and neglect; early care and education; and infant/child safety & health care. Voices for Children, with volunteer co-chairs, directs task forces and working groups to seek improvement in these areas. These committees meet regularly throughout the year to continue work toward positive change in policies, programs and practices that impact young children.