Our 501(c)(3) seeks to help local families with basic essentials for life. It could range from diapers to housing. We make sure your donations get used.
Our 501(c)(3) helps individual participants and their immediate families. We have boots on the ground to assess their needs and then we go into action.
We meet our families where they are. You can help us in two ways. First, donate $10 per month or more if you are able. Second, volunteer for one of our upcoming projects.
Thank all of the volunteers listed below for sacrificing their time, talents, and love for our participants. We are strong believers in serving others!
Monica Velez and Mark Marquez came out and volunteered their hard labor to help with drywall and insulation at the housing project.
Ken Fortner and his two children spent many hours helping to pick up trash and clean up debris in the yard of a participant's house.
Mike Tangorra also attends the Journey Bible Fellowship and has known Terence Davis for many years. When he was called about this program, he jumped at the opportunity to volunteer and reach out to his contacts.
Marshall helped with drywall, insulation, and yard work for an entire Saturday.
Brian Warren (Manor ISD) and his entire family helped with drywall, insulation, and yard work for an entire Saturday.
Marc, a case manager with the TJ Program helped with the house project all day Saturday and focused on the insulation in the loft and outdoor pick up.
Jordan, a case manager with the TJ Program helped turn this house into a home with her friend Paige.
Jo is an attorney with the TJ Program and she helped insulate the loft at the participant's house and clean up the outdoor area as well.
Mick who attends Northpoint Church, helped organize for getting drywall and supplies and then worked all day to help with the housing project.
David helped make sure this participant's house had working water. Thank you so much for helping out for two days.
Justin volunteered to help complete this drywall and insulation project.
Bob was the general contractor to help with the project to make sure that the job got done. Thank you Bob.
Ed and Amber Glassman started their awesome jewelry company in their apartment in Austin and transformed into a nationally known company that is impacting lives in Austin and beyond.
Richard Trotta attend the Journey Bible Fellowship Church in Leander and was led to support this program to make a difference. Thank you Trotta Family.
Victoria Sungino provided breakfast, lunch, a full day of labor and paid for a dumpster to facilitate the housing project..
Home Depot supported this program by taking $200 off the order for housing supplies to support the house project in February of 2021, reduced the delivery fee for the large amount of materials and allowed two of their employees to come volunteer at the project.
Lucas West (works at Home Depot) and his entire family provided hours of support, donated a King mattress and two dining room tables to a participant's family. Thank you for taking time out of your day to love on this family.
The Kids Outdoor Zone (KOZ) is volunteering to provide a new set of entryway stairs for a participant's family.
Victoria Sungino and her entire crew at the DPS Facilities Administration Department provided $200.00 to support this program and the housing project.
Douglas (Christian Legal Society Chaplin) and his lovely wife Nancy donated $200.00 to help fund the services that are not covered by our current grant, including the housing project.
Troy Mathews provided $200.00 in support towards the housing project. Thank you so much. The participant's life was much improved by this endeavor.
Gary provided volunteer hours to help clean up the property and he also purchased two box springs for the participant's family to support the donated King mattress.