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February 9, 2017

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Last October, Dream Come True Foundation founder Carol Kallendorf gave a compelling talk about breaking the cycle of poverty. See the video here, and share with your friends. With your help, we're defeating poverty, one family at a time.

January 5, 2017

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Dream Come True and Carol Kallendorf were honored to be featured last evening at the Q Commons Follow Up Conversation at Covenant Presbyterian. We were able to watch Carol's talk from October, followed by roundtable chats and a Q&A with Carol and Dream Achiever Michael Rayos. Thanks to Covenant Presbyterian Church and Jon Wasson, Associate Pastor for Discipleship, for hosting us!

November 22, 2016

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Dream Come True Foundation's own Carol Kallendorf gave a presentation at the October Q Commons event, a national conversation about current issues facing our country, with the theme of Healing our Divided Nation. Many in attendance came away wanting the opportunity to have more conversation around the topics presented, especially the local issues.

Covenant Presbyterian Church will host three evenings of follow up Q+A to further address tho...

October 19, 2016

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Q Commons had their most recent nationwide event on October 13th. Q Commons events include nationally streamed talks, along with local gatherings all over the country. Dream Come True co-founder Carol Kallendorf spoke in Austin at Covenant Presbyterian Church on alleviating poverty, highlighting the Dream Come True model. If you weren't able to join us, please enjoy the text of Carol's talk below. We will post video as soon as it is made...

September 27, 2016

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Dream Come True Foundation co-founder Carol Kallendorf, PhD will be a featured speaker at Q Commons, a national event in the style of a "Ted Talk", broadcast live from the Covenant Presbyterian Church, Thursday, October 13, 2016. Austin will join with thousands of attendees in 83 cities across America for messages of service and hope. Amy Sint, wife of Dream Come True board member, Dr. Thaw Sint, members of Covenant, have worked with Cove...

September 19, 2016

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What a wonderful evening we had at the Field of Dreams party on Thursday, September 15th. We had a great silent auction, a fun spread of food, and the fantastic Kay and Friends band playing so many great sports-themed tunes and joined by Dream Come True executive director and cellist Galen Wixson. We lost count of how many teams were represented, but we definitely saw a lot of burnt-orange and red white and blue being worn.

We want to than...

September 13, 2016

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The Dream Come True Foundation’s Field of Dreams annual fundraiser is just a few days away. One of the most exciting parts of the evening is the silent auction - which is now hosted entirely online. So even if you can’t make it to the event, you can still bid on packages in the silent auction! Just create a login, register a credit card and start shopping!

Just a few of these amazing silent packages inclu...

August 22, 2016

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The Round Rock Express and the Chasco Community Partners program will recognize the Dream Come True Foundation on Labor Day, September 5, 2016, at Dell Diamond. What a great way to support Dream Come True and all of our Dream Achievers!

For every ticket sold for the September 5th game through our special link, the Dream Come True Foundation will receive $3.00. Come out and support the Express and the Dream Come True Foundation!

To purchase...

August 8, 2016

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The Dream Come True Foundation has created an effective “wrap-around" mentoring model to ensure success for our clients. Our mentors advise, advocate, and believe in our Achiever's dreams.

We are seeking people with a passion for sharing their life and work experience to serve as mentors to our incredible clients. Mentor training will be held on September 18, 2016, 2 to 5 p.m. at TownLake YMCA, 1100 W Cesar Chavez Street, Au...

August 5, 2016

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Eugene Sepulveda is an uncle to six nieces and nephews, godfather to 11 young men & women, and a mentor to aspiring business and social entrepreneurs, former undergrad business students and MBA students. He is the son of devoted parents - neither who graduated high school – including a father born on a sharecropping farm who learned English when he started elementary school at 7 years old. Eugene was the first in his extended family to at...

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