Partners Card 2014, presented by Bank of Texas, is the only sale where you truly save. That is, save lives and support the critical work of The Family Place.
Partners Card is the signature fundraiser for The Family Place, one of the longest-serving family violence service providers in the state. The Partners Card effort has raised over $13 million to help break the cycle of domestic violence in our community.
100% of your Partners Card purchase goes directly to supporting survivors of family violence.
Here's HOW it works:
- Purchase a Partners Card for $70
- Call Partners Card hotline at 214.443.7754 or visit www.partnerscard.org by October 18.
- Purchase from community seller volunteers, your neighborhood Tom Thumb or one of the card-selling stores listed in bold starting October 18.
- The Partners Card entitles the cardholder to a 20% discount at participating retailers for a ten-day period from October 24 - November 2, 2014. There are more than 750 retailers that participate in the program each year.
- The “Card” is on the back of an easy-to-use directory with a detailed listing of all retailers by area, category and alphabetically.
Partners Card History
Over the past 21 years, Partners Card has become the largest fundraiser for The Family Place and is one of the most popular shopping events in the Dallas Metroplex. In 2013, Partners Card celebrated its 21st anniversary with more than 750 participating retailers and restaurants selling 14,600 cards and raising $1,150,884 for The Family Place. In its history, the community has helped raise more than $14 million through the Partners Card program.
2014 Partners Card Chairs
Diana Hamilton, Lisa Bhattacharya and Andrea Cheek
Lisa Bhattacharya is currently in sales for Avaya, a communications software provider. She has worked in the technology industry for more than 16 years and continues to give back to the community at the same time. She has been an auxiliary member of The Family Place since 2013 and is excited to be more involved this year. Lisa also volunteers for organizations such as Junior League of Dallas, Lee Park Conservancy, LaunchAbility, Turtle Creek Recovery Center and Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Andrea Cheek is the co-owner of Newk’s Eatery, a fresh casual concept located in Plano, Texas. Newk’s Eatery is a 65-unit chain based in Jackson, Mississippi, specializing in fresh, made-from-scratch sandwiches, salads, soups and pizzas. Mrs. Cheek is the franchisee for the Dallas-Fort Worth area and is expanding Newk’s throughout the territory through a development agreement with Newk’s Franchise Company. Andrea also is very involved throughout the Dallas community serving as an active member of the Junior League of Dallas on the underwriting and luncheon committee, as well as co-chairing this year’s Affair of the Art, benefiting the Dallas Museum of Art, with her husband, Heath.
An active member of the Dallas community, Diana Hamilton helps contribute to various non-profits each year. Her involvement has ranged from co-chairing events for Dallas CASA, Community Partners of Dallas, Genesis Women’s Shelter and LaunchAbility, to being a long time active member of the development team for the Junior League of Dallas and new member of Cattle Baron’s. Diana currently works for Greenhill School, assisting them with their largest capital campaign endeavor to date. She also is very active within their Parents Association, previously chairing their annual fundraising gala and holding various board positions.