Texas Flex believes in making technology accessible to non-profits in the community. Each quarter, Texas Flex chooses a non-profit from Dallas, Collin, Rockwall, or Hunt County that may benefit from the products and services we provide. We design and install a solution for the organization at no cost to the organization. Would you like to nominate an organization? Email email@example.com.
Good-Latimer Expressway, Deep Ellum, Dallas County. A DECA
Texas Flex provided Deep Ellum Urban Gardens with a vandal-resistant, remotely-monitored camera system to help maintain the safety of the gardners and their property. The equipment was well-tested just a few months after installation; see the story at D Magazine
Greenville, Hunt County. GEEF
is a non-profit organization benefiting the students and teachers of Greenville Independent School District.
Texas Flex donated a pair of wireless, standalone security cameras as auction items for the annual spelling bee and silent auction fundraiser.
2344 Oates Drive, Dallas County. A non-profit thrift store benefiting Texas Regional Animal Rescue
The aging and incomplete camera system at the Rescue Thrift Store, benefitting the Texas Regional Animal Rescue, was failing. Texas Flex provided a DVR and cameras to help maximize the profits of the store to benefit more dogs and cats. Texas Flex has committed to continue to grow their system as their needs grow.