(CFT4B), a program of Communities Foundation for Texas for Business (CFT) organized more than 1,000 volunteers to participate in “Freedom Day” activities on Sept. 11. Communities Foundation of Texas
The event is one of the largest 9/11 commemorative events in DFW and began with a ceremony honoring female veterans for their service. Air Force veteran Brandy Baxter was keynote speaker. Following the ceremony, volunteers traveled to designated service sites across North Texas.
1,000 Volunteers Commemorate 9/11 during 17th Annual “Freedom Day” on Sept. 11 – Communities Foundation of Texas, 5500 Caruth Haven Lane, Dallas, and various sites around DFW.
(Photos: Kim Leeson)
Sejal Desai, Business Engagement Director of Communities Foundation of Texas for Business, recognizes event steering team members.
Air Force veteran Brandy Baxter.
Carol Goglia (center, in green), Senior Director of Marketing & Communications for Communities Foundation of Texas.
Air Force veteran Brandy Baxter (left) greets a fellow female veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces.
CFT President and CEO Dave Scullin (in tie) joins (from left) Dawn Holley, Kameila Berry, Julie Vordenbaum, and Calvin Curry of Texas Health Resources at the North Texas Food Bank.
North Texas Food Bank CEO Trisha Cunningham snaps a “selfie” with CFT President and CEO Dave Scullin, CFT Director of Marketing & Communications Carol Goglia, and CFT Marketing Manager Nicole Paquette.
(From left) Michelle Grose; Debbie Pon; Dave Scullin, President and CEO of Communities Foundation of Texas; and Sejal Desai, Business Engagement Director of Communities Foundation of Texas for Business at the “Freedom Day” opening ceremony
(From left) Nicole Paquette, CFT Marketing Manager; Sejal Desai, CFT4B Business Engagement Director; Carol Goglia, CFT Senior Director of Marketing & Communications; and, Laurey Peat of Laurey Peat + Associates public relations.