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Stepping Stones Foundation – Helping At Risk Children Achieve Their Goals

Stepping Stones Foundation works directly with intervention specialists in the surrounding schools who identify the most at-risk students who are in the “ most desperate” of situations, such as homeless or “ couch jumpers“ as well as those that do not have daily food, proper clothing, weather appropriate shoes, medical care, etc. As soon as

Mow Ministry – Go love on your kids, let us take care of your yard!

From day one, James Hudson and his teams have been making a difference in the lives of families throughout our community. “Lawn care can involve a lot of different things, like mowing, edging, and weed-eating—all things that have to be done, but take time. The way we see it, single moms are trying to be

Christ’s Haven – Providing a warm, loving, Christian environment

Christ’s Haven for Children is a private placement residential group home that provides a warm, loving, Christian home where children in need of basic care can grow physically, emotionally, and spiritually to become productive citizens in society. Providing a loving home and quality services to the children and teens at Christ’s Haven requires an investment

SOS International – Responding To Cries For Help

When our founders, Dwayne and Leslie Weehunt, picked the SOS name they had a vision that the organization would grow to respond and meet needs of at-risk children in communities around the world. We believe that there are things that we can do to save precious lives, and change the destiny of countless at-risk children

The Feet – Beautiful Feet Ministries

The mission of Beautiful Feet Ministries is to share the love of Christ by reaching out to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the poor and homeless in Fort Worth, Texas. In the early 1980’s, a group of students from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary shared coffee, donuts, and the Gospel with some homeless men