The Communities of Texas Foundation for Business has long recognized the potential of the Lone Star State to provide companies and their workforce with boundless opportunities for success. For the past decade, Texas has been focusing on diversifying its development in advanced manufacturing and related industries, from computer and electronic goods to motor vehicles and parts, to food and beverages. Get Shift Done for North Texas is an initiative that connects hospitality workers with local nonprofit organizations to provide services and alleviate hunger in communities in need. As the country's top energy producer, Texas is on its way to becoming the world's energy capital for both traditional and renewable sources.
It is also a popular destination for innovative manufacturing companies, thanks to its advanced technologies. Every contribution, no matter how big or small, makes a difference in the lives of children in foster care. Texas has more than 50 years of history in film and television production and continues to be a prime location for creative media projects. Its strength in IT and technology is due to its growing portfolio of patents and venture capital funds.
The Texas Film Commission provides additional information on the state's film, television, commercial and video game industries. Founded in 1992, Lone Star CASA Designated Special Advocates for Children serves Rockwall and Kaufman counties. The Texas Community Foundation (CFT) works in North Texas and across the state with the goal of building thriving communities for all. North Texas Giving Day is an annual event that aims to gather support and raise funds for nonprofit organizations that are making a significant impact on the local community.
Thanks to top-tier universities and academic institutions investing heavily in real estate, Texas will continue to lead the future of technology and innovation. The state's innovative companies, medical centers, and higher education institutions keep Texas at the forefront of discoveries in the biotechnology and life sciences sector. The Warren Center serves, empowers, and advocates for North Texas children and families affected by disabilities and developmental delays. Additionally, Texas has relied on its energy expertise and highly qualified workforce to lead renewable energy production and services.