Cresa Dallas volunteers at Jonathan's Place

On the morning of June 12th, the Cresa Dallas team gathered at Jonathan's Place to volunteer their time to help out in whatever facet they were needed. The mission of Jonathan’s Place is to provide a safe place, loving homes, and promising futures for abused and neglected children, teens, and young adults. After touring the facilities and learning about the extensive work the Jonathan's Place group does for local children in need of specialized services, Cresa DFW got to work. While they weren't able to interact with the kids directly, due to an offsite field trip, they diligently cleaned, organized and sorted through the library, game room, emergency shelter and girls wing. After noting which toys and supplies were worn out, they then selected things from the warehouse to introduce to the children when they returned. It was a campus project that was rewarding and fun. If you'd like to know how you can help Jonathan's Place, please visit

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