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Event: Celebrate Kids with $11K Donation to WCCAC

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Friday, April 22nd
All Day – Check Presentation at 5pm

2020 Market Scratch Kitchen & Bar will celebrate the youngest members of the community April 22 with special activities that include a check presentation at 5 p.m. to Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center.

The event will include:

  • $11,000 check presentation to WCCAC
  • FREE kids’ meals all day to children 12 and under with the purchase of an adult meal
  • FREE coloring contest for kids 12 and under

Click images below to print at home, or stop by the restaurant to pick one up. Entries may be dropped off at 2020 Market up to and throughout the day of the event. One winner will be drawn the night of the event.


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The $11,000 check comprises one dollar from every kid’s meal sold during the past year, as well as 10% of ticket sales from the recent Crawfish Boil event at Hard Count Kitchen & Cocktails, 2020 Market’s sister restaurant, also located at The Summit at Rivery Park.

“The advocacy center is instrumental in helping victims of child abuse find healing in a safe and compassionate environment,” said 2020 Market owner Manuel Martinez. “We are honored and privileged to have the opportunity to make an impact in our community and help change the lives of children through this incredible organization.”

The Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center provides services in family advocacy, forensic interviews, medical treatment, mental health counseling, case coordination, and abuse prevention and education. Help is provided free of charge to children throughout the county.

“We are happy to help publicize the services the advocacy center provides to our community,” Martinez said. “We also hope that our contribution helps to raise awareness about the plight of many children locally and nationally.”

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