Supporting Recreation for Physically Disabled Children
With an Electrical Engineering degree and a successful career in the telecom industry in product/project management, and software engineering, Debbie is now pursuing a second degree in Food Science at Texas Woman's University.
Following a career creating and developing NFL Fan Clubs, Cyndi pursued her passion by opening Cyndi Williams Photography. She is also an active member of the Dallas Cowboys Women's Association, as well as a volunteer for The Dallas CASA Organization.
Carlene Frist Cox
With an educational background from The University of North Texas, Carlene manages the infinite details of home design, planning and construction for Drees Custom Homes while mediating between the buyer and the builder.
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mission & vision
To strengthen the spirit, mind, and body of all disabled children through supportive efforts of adaptive athletic programs and services.
After watching her son, who was born with severe lower limb deformities, progress through years of adaptive/ handicapped sports programs and finally achieve a scholarship to play wheelchair basketball in college, Chandra saw the strong need for financial and community support for the families and children that are affected by so many kinds of disabilities. This community need coupled with her life experience gave way to the start of The Rolling Futures Foundation.
Official 501c3 Non Profit Organization