“If I look at the mass, I will never act. If I look at the one, I will”
Each year, approximately 200 Houston teenagers age-out of the foster care system. Few of these young adults have the necessary support systems to successfully navigate life on their own. Statistically, they are more likely to go to prison than to college, and there's a good chance they’ll become homeless or trafficked. In addition, many of their own children end up in foster care. With the help of a loving and supportive community, we believe this cycle can be broken. We are proud to champion the work of these local organizations serving former foster youth.
Attack Poverty empowers people to attack poverty in their life and community by strengthening under-resourced communities through.
Freedom Church Alliance engages the Church as a unified, collaborative body to make a greater impact in the anti-human trafficking movement.
Life House Houston is a Christ-centered ministry ensuring life for unborn children by providing opportunities for housing, help and hope for women during their pregnancy and beyond.
Elijah Rising works to end sex trafficking through prayer, awareness, intervention, and restoration.
The Source is a full-service women’s health clinic empowering women with better choices. Services include education, material assistance, Medicaid verification, options counseling & mentoring, pregnancy tests and ultrasounds, professional counseling, STI/STD testing/treatment, and Well-Woman Exams.
The Hay Center empowers current and former foster youth to be successful, productive adults through training and mentorship in education, employment and personal achievement.