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For over 30 years, Fort Worth CPAs have been the spirit of Christmas for many Fort Worth families.  In 2020, Santaccountants will benefit children in the daycare program at the Center for Transforming Lives and the students in Como at HOPE Farm.  Some of these kids are homeless, some live below the poverty line, and some have socio-economic challenges.  Santaccountants bring a set of clothes and a toy, making sure all experience the joy of the season.  More about our program recipients below.


Elf Instructions

  • Purchase an age appropriate toy and a set of clothes for your child. Clothing sizes are listed on the instructions and label form. You can find toy suggestions by clicking the orange "Toy Selection Catalog" button.
  • Wrap the toy and the clothes set SEPARATELY
  • Cut and tape the toy tag on the toy package and do the same with the clothes tag on the clothes package.  Packages will be grouped and bagged for delivery – they will be handled several times before reaching your child.  Please use lots of tape and wrap securely.
  • SIGN UP FOR DROP OFF (one per firm). Due to Covid-19, we are limiting the number of people in our suite at one time. Please use the "Drop Off Sign Up" button to register your time. 

Questions? Call the Chapter Offices at 817-335-5055

TXCPA Fort Worth will distribute 400 copies of The Berenstain Bears' Dollars and Sense for families to read together as part of TXCPA's Financial Literacy Focus for December 2020. 

Your adopted child may be homeless. Choose an age appropriate toy that does not require batteries with a small number of parts/pieces.

Toy Suggestion Catalog


Drop Off Sign Up

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Center for Transforming Lives

For 110 years, the organization now known as the Center for Transforming Lives (CTL) has provided anti-poverty programs for women and children in Tarrant County. It was founded in 1907 as the first YWCA™ in Texas serving as a boarding house for poor women, expanded to include child care for working mothers in the 1930s, and in 2015 changed its name from the YWCA Fort Worth & Tarrant County to the Center for Transforming Lives to more clearly articulate its mission.

 

‚ÄčToday, the Center for Transforming Lives helps homeless and impoverished women, children, and families move from poverty to independence through: 

  • Homeless services – an emergency shelter for women and housing assistance for families.
  • Early Childhood Development – providing free or subsidized early childhood education to impoverished and homeless families.
  • Financial Empowerment Services – individual financial coaching and other programs to promote financial self-sufficiency.

HOPE Farm

HOPE Farm’s programs focus on the pressing issues youth face today. The goal is two-fold: to offer positive alternatives to delinquent and gang-related activity and to plant seeds for enriched and empowered lives. HOPE Farm is accomplishing this by providing positive role models in a structured holistic program. Since 1989, HOPE Farm has served over 250 at-risk boys and moms in Fort Worth, breaking the cycle of fatherless families.

 

2020 Committee

Center Coordinator: Heather Banks
Elves Coordinator: Molly Hunter
Gift Catalog Coordinator: Cynthia Beavers