Community Partners

Become a Community Partner with ACH Child and Family Services

ACH Child and Family Services has launched a Community Partner program to recognize the investment corporate and community group supporters have made in our community.

An ACH Community Partnership offers opportunities for your organization to be involved through donation of time, talent and resources that meet the needs of ACH, while offering vehicles to enhance your brand image, foster non-financial contributions, engage volunteers and recognize the importance of our relationship both privately and publicly.

Community support and involvement are essential to mutual success. ACH wants to express appreciation, gratitude and recognition in ways that complement your brand, accomplish your goals and enhance your community image.

If you or your organization is interested, please contact:

Stephanie Canfield

Development – Special Projects



Featured Partners


In 2015, the BB&T Lighthouse project chose to invest in ACH by creating a reflection garden on our Wichita campus. Twenty volunteers rolled up their sleeves and helped create a special area for our clients to relax and unwind. BB&T has also supported the ACH LIFE Project, committing to advocacy for children that have been abused and neglected. Thank you for your dedication to giving time, talent and resources to ACH and the Fort Worth community.




Bruckner Truck Sales

For over 25 years, the Ben Bruckner Jr. Charity Golf Classic and its estimated 3,600 competitors from within the trucking industry have raised over $1,000,000 to benefit ACH Child and Family Services. The Bruckner team brings a commitment to community involvement, attracting a full complement of golfers year after year with the determination for long-term support for ACH and improvement of the lives of countless young people.

Through the support of the Ben Bruckner Jr. Charity Golf Tournament, golfers helped to provide summer educational and outdoor activities for the children and youth in ACH residential programs. Thousands of children have benefited from the generosity and community spirit of these trucking industry golfers. ACH Child and Family Services is proud to include Bruckner’s in its family. We extend our deep gratitude to the Fort Worth staff of Bruckner’s, the many sponsors of this event and the golfers for their hard work and play.

The Junior League of Fort Worth

Every year The Junior League of Fort Worth, Inc. (JLFW) provides trained volunteers and funding for important projects to nonprofit agencies, designating ACH as a recipient for the 2015 -2016 Project. JLFW and ACH have partnered to create a “Wellness Program for Shelter Youth” that included $100,000 funding for the JLFW Dining Room. The Wellness Program includes ways to interact with the youth in informational classes and activities focusing on nutrition, exercise, job skills and other skill building areas. The JLFW Dining Room provides common space for the youth to hang out, conduct fun activities and eat together as a group. ACH is very grateful for this opportunity with the JLFW.


QuikTrip is committed to helping to provide safety in our community.  Nationally, they have partnered with Safe Place to designate their stores as Safe Place sites for at-risk youth. 

Since 2005, QT has generously supported ACH Child and Family Services’ local Safe Place program along with hosting a charity golf tournament benefitting the children of ACH Child and Family Services.

We are grateful for the time and effort QuikTrip employees put into providing Safe Place sites to the youth in our community and supporting programs that ensure the well-being of at-risk youth.


Trinity Valley School

Trinity Valley School (TVS) has been generously involved with ACH Child and Family Services for over 5 years. They have a community and culture of service and generosity that has allowed for a strong partnership.

Yearly, we look forward to youth coming to campus for volunteer service opportunities, always prepared with in-kind gifts for our children and clients. In addition, TVS hosts a summer Community Partnership class. This class designates donations funded through the Once Upon a Time foundation. Through the Once Upon a Time Foundation and in-kind donations, TVS has generously given ACH over $15,000.

We are grateful to TVS, their staff and their students for a long and fruitful partnership.