The Family Place Partner's Card Presented by Bank of Texas


October 30 - November 8

Partners Card is the signature fundraiser for The Family Place, the largest family violence agency in Texas, and a premier charity shopping & dining event in DFW. Now in its 28th year, Partners Card has raised over $20 million to help break the cycle of family violence in our community.

100% of your Partners Card purchase goes directly to supporting survivors of family violence and the services of The Family Place.

Your $75 Partners Card pays for 1 night of safety for a victim of family violence at The Family Place shelters.

Partners Card 2020 Co-Chairs

Lexie Aderhold, Tully Phillips, Sally Pretorius Hodge

2020 Honorary Chair

Tanya Foster

Partners Card History

Partners Card revenue has made it possible for The Family Place to provide services and programs to victims of family violence including emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis hotline, trained adult & children’s counselors, transitional housing, incest recovery, youth education, job & financial training, childcare & education, legal assistance, and community advocacy.

1993- The Family Place launched Partners Card with 175 participating stores. Ms. Gene Jones served as the first Honorary Chair. Sally Hoglund and Sally Johnson founded the inaugural event which raised $90,000.

1998- Partners Card revenue exceeded half a million dollars with more than 10,000 cards sold.

2000- Partners Card grew to more than 500 participating stores.

2007- Partners Card celebrated 15 years of success, raising $905,000 to help battered women, children and men.

2010- For the first time, Partners Card raised more than $1 million. The Family Place opens its school facility for K-2ndgrade students at our Safe Campus.

2017 - Partners Card celebrated 25 years of shopping with purpose! Partners Card Mobile App and E-Commerce are successfully launched to propel Partners Card into the future of technology. Partners Card raised over $1 million and provided more than 14,000 nights of shelter for victims of family violence.

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