Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! We hope today is filled with lots of love, laughter, and hugs. We are all about pampering one another and we’ve found some great last minute gift ideas for someone you love.
3. There’s something amazing about a two for one bag! We adore this Lauren Conrad convertible bag. It’s perfect for the day and night.
4. Filling the void between those who can and those who cannot feasibly use the traditional dry shampoo, Stranded lends itself to all hair colors—blondes, brunettes, and redheads—all the while leaving locks freshly perfumed and viable for another day without washing.
5. Body Oil is the ultimate way to keep your skin hydrated and soft. Zen Jenn has one of our favorites. It’s made with rich oils to nourish and hydrate the skin, with a sweet, yet fresh scent that lingers long after it’s applied. Absorbs best when used directly after shower or bath.
We were founded at the peak of the HIV/AIDS crisis to care for children suffering from that dreaded, often fatal infection. Little Bryan Allen, whose mother contracted AIDS from a blood transfusion, was the inspiration for our name. In 1985, at only 8 months old, Bryan become one of the first Dallas area children to die from AIDS. Later, his mother Lydia and older brother Matthew also succumbed to AIDS.
Over the years, while we served more than 15,000 children, easing their suffering and helping the families lead fulfilling lives, medical advances and education shifted the need. Today, happily, few children are born with HIV/AIDS. Treatment for those few is significantly more effective, they can lead good, long lives.
But HIV/AIDS is still prevalent among adults, and their children are born into unstable, fragile households. These children can thrive within the special medically-managed care model that Bryan’s House has perfected. Moreover, that model extends smoothly to other medical needs of children. We have shown that our medically-trained caregivers can meet the needs of children with cerebral palsy, autism, Down Syndrome, and more.
Thanks to Bryan’s House, these families can hold down jobs, support one another, receive critical counseling and education, and create safe, fulfilling households where their children can thrive.
Today with capacity to serve over 1,200 people a year, we continue to honor the legacy of baby Bryan, Lydia and Matthew by providing services to comfort and support families in our community through:
Under our Medically Managed Care, 90% of children 0-5 years of age, 9% are their sibilings, and 1% are their families.
Join us for our 29th signature fundraiser benefiting Children’s Medical Center on Friday, April 21, 2017 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas. The program will begin with a champagne reception at 6PM, with doors opening at 7:15PM. The program will feature live and silent auctions, a raffle drawing, a fashion show featuring pediatric oncology patients from Children’s, a call for cash to fund a local research project, live entertainment provided by DJ Lucy Wrubel, and dancing following dinner. The theme is New York City. The attire is cocktail.
You can purchase tables and tickets for the CCF Annual Gala here. If you would like to sponsor the CCF Annual Gala at any amount between $5,000 and $100,000, click here or email Jennifer Arthur at email@example.com for more information about sponsor benefits.
When the new year is upon us, well its the time we love incorporating new things in our life. Whether, its a new statement piece to something in your diet. We are all about trying new things and experimenting. We believe a new start should require all of us to try new things! Today, we are sharing some of our current favorites and items we did incorporate in our lives currently. Which one is your favorite?
Add color to your kitchen: We love adding a pop of color in your kitchen like rose gold because it can feel you completely changed it, but it’s such a minor change.
Grey Assemble: We are never against anyone having color in their wardrobe, but during the winter we love having the same color from head to toe with neutral pants. The best part of this look is you can wear these items separately year round!
Healthy Snack: We know the new year brings those healthy resolutions, but they can become extremely monotonous. For example, the same green juice can become very bland! Here’s a great way to have some veggies in your diet, but in a fun way!
Pantone 2017: This year is all about greenery! Pantone’s color of the year is going to make all of us a little more boho with a twist. Here’s a great way to bring in this wonderful color in your home.
So today, we’re sharing some of the goals and resolutions Team RSC has set out to accomplish in 2017.
Take a peek below, and be sure to share your 2017 resolutions in the comments!
1. Take time to relax
2. Clear out the clutter
3. Eat more veggies
4. Schedule more workouts
5. Take more vitamins
6. Unplug for a couple of hours
7. In the words of Eleanor Roosevelt, “Do one thing every day that scares you.”
8. Be more present
9. Find a charity to give back to
10. Don’t forget to splurge on yourself once and while
We are excited to share some great looks you can rock to ring in the new year! We want everyone to know it’s okay to NOT wear a dress! Here are some looks we love!
We always all have a friend who loves to entertain and host wonderful parties. Well, give back to them this year with one of these gift ideas!
We cannot believe it’s already December! We are going to share some of our current favorites!
Holographic Lip Glosses
Snickers Snack Cups Recipe
It’s the week of Thanksgiving and we cannot stop thinking about how Christmas is around the corner.Christmas is easily our favorite time of the year, and its rapid approach has us feeling giddy with excitement! Today, we are going to share a few stocking stuffer ideas! Which one is your favorite?