Charities All Access DJ Supports
All Access DJ supports various charities so we can give back to the community. We provide DJ/Emcee services free of charge to charitable organizations. Below are current charities we support. Please click on the links below to learn more about them. If you are a part of a charity that would like us to be a part of, please contact us.
Tourett Syndrome of Texas
Gilles de la Tourette syndrome (Tourette Syndrome or TS) is a neurological disorder which becomes evident in early childhood or adolescence. The first symptoms usually are involuntary movements (tics) of the face, arms, limbs or trunk. These tics are frequent, repetitive and rapid. The most common first symptom is a facial tic (eye blink, nose twitch, grimace), and is replaced or added to by other tics of the neck, trunk, and limbs.
Stregthening Families of North Texas
We are a comprehensive family support program for parents of children up to six years of age who are experiencing extraordinary stress. Our mission is to prevent the cycle of child abuse and neglect by early intervention that focuses on building successful and resilient children, strengthening parents and preserving families. With its unique blend of therapeutic early childhood services and comprehensive family support, including alcohol & drug recovery support services. We empower vulnerable families and help stop the vicious cycle of child abuse and neglect. Families seeking services are often struggling with things like financial strain, a history of abuse, substance abuse or a lack of social support. We provide an effective model of child protection and family preservation, building on the belief that most children are best served when they remain with their families. .
LUNGevity is changing outcomes for people with lung cancer through research, education, and support.
We focus on research because the link between research spending and improved survival is clear. Survival rates have dramatically improved for colorectal, breast, and prostate cancers over the last several decades in step with the exponential growth in their research spending. Our goal is to accelerate progress for lung cancer in the same way, in order to dramatically improve on the current 17% five-year survival rate.
To date, LUNGevity has funded 110 research projects at 57 institutions in 23 states. LUNGevity research investments focus on early detection, because survival rates rise when lung cancer is detected while still localized. We also focus on more effective treatment approaches—getting the right treatment to the right patient at the right time to help people with lung cancer live longer and better.
Our projects are translational, moving basic research from the lab to patient treatment. We fund the projects most likely to have the greatest benefit for patients in the near term. Thanks to our Scientific Advisory Board—a group that includes leaders in early detection, genomics, proteomics, immunotherapy, biostatistics, and thoracic surgery—research project applications are rigorously reviewed in a robust, transparent process and then funded projects are carefully monitored. Through ongoing work with researchers across the various institutions, LUNGevity maximizes the progress and impact of ongoing studies.