• Connecting Point receives grant from the Kappa Kappa Gamma’s

    This year at the annual Kappa Kappa Gamma Tablescapes event, Connecting Point of Park Cities was presented as one of their beneficiaries. On Tuesday, CPPC was presented with the $18,000 check and this money will go directly towards creating a sensory room for the organization’s “teammates.” A multi-sensory environment will be extremely beneficial to the

  • Remembrance of Bob Lancaster

    Earlier this year in March, Dallas lost a quiet leader who, with ease and grace, gave himself fully to his community. Robert (Bob) Lancaster lived his 77 years devoted to meeting the obvious and not-so-obvious needs of those around him. Most recently Bob served as Board Chair for Connecting Point of Park Cities (CPPC), an

  • Michael Young Supports Connecting Point of Park Cities at Luncheon

    Michael Young Supports Connecting Point of Park Cities at Luncheon

    Connecting Point of Park Cities (CPPC) hosted their annual Ability to Give fundraising luncheon on April 6, 2017 at the Dallas Country Club. Thanks to their generous supporters and event sponsors, CPPC brought in over $150,000 in donations for their all-inclusive day program for adults with disabilities, and more donations are still being received. Michael


    Great writeup on the Dallas Morning News about The Huckleberry Foundation Luncheon that benefitted CPPC! Check out the article here: http://yourparkcities.dallasnews.com/2015/11/24/the-huckleberry-foundation-raises-30000-for-families-with-special-needs-children/ The Filter Building at White Rock Lake was filled with an outpouring of love on Thursday, October 22, as the Huckleberry Foundation held its inaugural luncheon. Founder Molly Russell, Connecting Point of Park Cities Program