The G. Ward Beaudry Legacy Fund
The G. Ward Beaudry Legacy Fund supports the sustainability of critical services for vulnerable families. This fund creates a legacy of excellence and continuity in honor of one of our founders, G. Ward Beaudry, ensuring the continuation of our life altering programs. The Legacy Fund’s future began with a generous gift from Ms. Diana Beaudry, in memory of her husband, G. Ward Beaudry. Ms. Beaudry, an esteemed benefactor, has led the way and serves as the first Legacy Champion for parents and children now and in the future of Family Compass.
G. Ward Beaudry
G. Ward Beaudry was one of 400 Dallas Exchange Club members who in 1992 established “The Exchange Club Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse of DFW, Inc. (EXCAP)” which became the Child Abuse Prevention Center and is now known as Family Compass. Ward was one of the longest serving board members of Family Compass and his memory lives on in our work. He remained a key Lake Highlands Exchange Club liaison for the agency throughout his 23-year tenure and served as the organization’s “Of Counsel”. In 2017, he was honored with the esteemed “Spirit of Compassion” award, along with other founders of Family Compass at the 25th Anniversary celebration, “Legends and Lights.”
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Family Compass would release personally identifiable data about you, if necessary, in order to comply with valid legal processes such as a search warrant, subpoena, or court order. Family Compass also reserves the right to use all information, including personally identifiable data, at its disposal and to share this information with internet service providers and other third parties only as necessary to investigate any incident of misuse or abuse of its site, server, or information systems.
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We take every precaution to protect the safety and security of your transaction both online and off-line. We use a high-grade encryption and the https security protocol, SSL, to communicate with your browser software. This method is the industry standard in security protocol, helping to keep your personally identifiable data as secure as possible.
While we use SSL encryption to protect sensitive information online, we also protect user-information off-line. Only Family Compass authorized employees are granted access to personally identifiable data. All servers on which personally identifiable data is stored are kept in a secure environment.
If we change our privacy statement, we will post those changes prominently so that you will always know what information we gather, how we might use that information, and whether we will disclose it to anyone.
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