Together in May 2019, we raised :
The mission of Advocates For Special People is to improve the quality of life of intellectually disabled adults and their families by providing programs for socialization, recreation, and habilitation.
Together in April 2019, we raised :
The mission of Paluxy River Child Advocacy Center is to promote the healing of child abuse victims one child at a time. 897 reports of child abuse were made in Hood county in 2018; 1 in 4 girls will be sexually abused before the age of 18; 1 in 6 boys will be sexually abused. Only 1 out of 10 victims will ever make an outcry…that is why it is extremely important for us to recognize the signs of child abuse so that we can report it. For more information or to volunteer, visit www.paluxyrivercac.org
Together in March 2019, we raised :
The mission of Rally Project is dedicated to helping Active Duty Service Members, Military Veterans, Law- Enforcement, Fire/Rescue and Emergency Medical Personal that have been injured physically, emotionally, and or spiritually. Through offering a crisis hotline, providing care packages and through Operation WARRIOR 2 WARRIOR which offers gathering and events, REBOOT combat recovery, FIRSTLINE 1st responder trauma recovery and TACTICAL fitness/RUCK training. To find out more visit RALLY-project.com or Text RALLY to 95599.
Together in February 2019, we raised :
The mission of Arms of Hope is to provide assistance to disadvantaged children and single-mother families who are fleeing poverty, homelessness, abuse, neglect and human trafficking. Arms of Hope’s two residential campuses in Dallas and San Antonio currently serve over 250 children and single-mother families living full-time in their residential care programs. In addition, Arms of Hope also has four Family Outreach Centers in Denton, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio that impact over 1,000 individuals and families a month with resources, counseling, financial assistance and case management. For more information go to www.ArmsOfHope.org
Together in January 2019, we raised :
The mission of Mended Little Hearts of Fort Worth is to provide families within our community support by helping parents cope with the complicated stress associated with CHDs. Bravery Bags are delivered to children and young adults undergoing life-saving heart surgeries and heart procedures to let them know we care and that they are not alone. See the community board for more information about our Bravery Bag Drive.
Together in December 2018, we raised :
The mission of Weekend Food for Kids (also known as the Backpack Program) is to provide food for children in need throughout Granbury and Tolar ISD who are in need of meals over the weekend. Your donation will help to provide 2,500-3,000 bags each month to students in need. Neighbors Feeding Neighbors partners with churches and non profits who prepare bags each week.
Together in November 2018, we raised :
The mission of Mission Granbury is to provide our community with the resources necessary for every adult and child to achieve long term stability through housing at the Ada Carey Shelter, serving children through the CASA program, providing programs for Veteran’s and meeting physical needs through their food pantry.
Together in October 2018, we raised :
The mission of Camp Able of Buffalo Gap is to cultivate healthy, independent living for people with special needs and people suffering from PTSD through providing skills-based training and equine therapy, with a special focus on using horses that have been given sanctuary from difficult circumstances.
Together in September 2018, we raised :
The mission of Forward Training Center is to be an organization designed to partner with non-profits, food banks, churches, and other agencies, to build foundations for our students to become self-sufficient and God reliant. We are reducing poverty in Hood County by proving free job skills training.
Together in August 2018, we raised :
Together in July 2018, we raised :
Founded in 1890, Methodist Children’s Home serves children and youth through residential programs on the Waco campus and Boys Ranch and through foster care, transition services and a variety of community based programs throughout Texas and New Mexico. We fulfill our mission through the generosity and support of benefactors, not through church apportionment or government funding.