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#CFABlackHistory: Curtis House
The transformation of Abilene's renown Curtis House into the cultural center preserving local black history is a tremendous benefit to our community.
#CFABlackHistory: Rev. Andrew Penns & I-CAN
Our second Black History Month story is about the founding of Interested Citizens of Abilene North and the vital role Andrew Penns played in making that possible.
#CFABlackHistory: Dr. Leo & Piney Scott
The first story in our #CFABlackHistory series is about Piney and Dr. Leo Scott. This video, while an understatement about their immeasurable impact, highlights some of the reasons Piney and Leo meant so much to Abilene and the Community Foundation of Abilene.
#Abilanthropy Story: James
James enjoys life in his new home after years of living with homelessness. CFA and our donors have supported initiatives to help provide housing for our neighbors experiencing homelessness, helping people like James. James is part of the $100m of impact, and this his #Abilanthropy story.
What is #Abilanthropy?
#Abilanthropy is the act of doing good to others in the Abilene, Texas region, expressed particularly by the generous donation of resources or time to benevolent causes.
#Abilanthropy Story: Frontier Texas!
In its early years, Frontier Texas! received grants from CFA and our donors to help fund technology for displays.
#Abilanthropy Story: St. Mark's Baby Room
St. Mark's Baby room has received a number of grants over the years from CFA and our donors to help provide essential items for mothers who need help affording basic needs for their babies.
#Abilanthropy Story: CCA and Camp Courage Children
CCA, its volunteers, and countless children are part of the $100m of impact, and this is their #Abilanthropy story.