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Our Vision

is that young people have a strong belief in themselves, the skills and support to make excellent life choices, and the resilience to grow into healthy adults.  Learn more and get involved.

  • Jose Villasenor, Irving ISD
    Jose Villasenor, Irving ISD

    "Your commitment to recognizing and valuing educators goes above and beyond, and it plays a vital role in motivating them to continue positively impacting our students' lives."

Our Impact in 2022 in Dallas, Ellis and Navarro Counties

A compelling statement about how we are changing the community for the better.

  • Youth Prevention Programs


  • Community Coalition Partnerships (CCPs)


  • Health and Wellness


First Tuesday at Fish City Grill Waxahachie

Join us anytime between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. on May 7 at Fish City Grill in Waxahachie for great food and conversation. FCG is graciously donating 15 percent of the day's sales to Impact Communities!

Funds raised through the Fish City Grill First Tuesday event will go toward programs that teach students the value of prevention by learning life skills, setting goals, developing a strong belief in themselves, and navigating the land mines of their teenage years. At the same time, Impact works with parents, guardians, and grandparents so they understand how to support and encourage the young people in their lives.

“We’re looking forward to a fun day of food and conversation at Fish City Grill,” says Reanna Liversage, Impact’s director of community coalitions. “Our goal is not only to raise much-needed funds for our programs, but also to talk with community members about how they can make a difference in their communities.”

“Mother Teresa said, ‘I alone can’t change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples,’” Liversage continues. “I firmly believe that, like Mother Teresa, we can come together to cast stones across the waters of our communities, creating many ripples to achieve long-lasting change.”