Texana Center recently received a check for $1,000 towards the Forward Together in Fulshear Capital Campaign from the funds raised at the Father Dat and Knights of Columbus Council 16103 Golf Tournament.
Texana Center is in the early stages of a $12 million capital campaign to build another campus to serve the Fulshear/Katy area.
The campus will have facilities to provide applied behavior analysis for children with autism as well as classes and training for adults with intellectual disabilities and/or autism.
Ellen Catoe, senior manager of the Children Center for Autism, received the check and said “We are delighted to receive these funds towards our capital campaign as there are many adults and children in the Fulshear/Katy area awaiting services.
I would like to thank you to the Knights of Columbus for all of their fundraising efforts to help non-profit organizations in the community, like Texana Center.”
The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal benefit society with the founding principles of charity, unity and fraternity, which date back to 1882 but are still true today.