Empowering Kids to Serve Their Community, Earn Points, and Get the Perfect Back-to-School Shoes!
Spread joy this holiday season with Make It Count's Annual Christmas Toy Drive. At Make It Count, we believe in making every moment count, especially during this special time of year.
Summer Enrichment at MIC: Empowering kids, fostering community service, and providing safe, rewarding experiences with meals and outings.
Click 'Learn More' to discover how we Make It Count in our community. Join us in making a difference today!
Come for dinner and a ton of fun as we bless local families!!! Great food, lots of laughs and a pic with Santa are just a few items on the agenda for the evening. Scan the QR code to the left to get your individual tickets.
Your support and contributions to our non-profit charitable organization will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. We help meet immediate needs in our community. Also, we offer Summer Camp at no cost to our kids, back to school new shoes and our Annual Christmas Giveaway. Your generous donation will help fund our mission.
At Make It Count N. Texas, we envision a world where every person has access to the resources they need to live a healthy, happy, and fulfilling life. We strive to create a world where everyone has the opportunity to thrive, regardless of their background or circumstances.
Our organization is built on a foundation of compassion, integrity, and accountability. We believe in treating everyone with dignity and respect, and we are committed to using our resources in the most effective and efficient way possible.
Our amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit for this charitable organization? Get in touch for more information!
Several Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD students earned their dream pair of shoes this summer with a little hard work and community service. These students spent their break participating in Make it Count’s summer enrichment program.
‘Bea’s Kids’ has evolved its mission from feeding hungry children to helping kids express themselves.
How a loaf of bread, a jar of peanut butter, and a fierce commitment to helping poor kids stay in school turned one Carrollton woman’s life around—and what Texas can learn from her example.
Located near the entrance from the student parking lot, the mural speaks to the legacy of R. L. Turner and the culture in and around the campus. The project was a collaborative effort between artist Andre Trenier, students and faculty at Turner, Make it Count and Thrive Collective.
The Carrollton-Farmers Branch Rotary Club has long supported the work of Bea's Kids, a local non-profit whose mission is "to provide educational and personal development programs to children from low income families so they will stay in school and break the cycle of poverty."
This month, Ighty Support has donated to Bea’s Kids to help fund Bea’s summer camp and future programs.
MIC is seeking to hire PT Facilitators for this school year. If you have a passion for youth or teaching, please consider applying. Training begins mid September so email us today!