Richardson Area Interfaith Habitat
A family has a home built by volunteers supported by a grant from the Foundation.
To better support the current environment of being 'socially distant, but spiritually connected,' a grant from The Foundation expanded the ability for bible studies, small groups and committees to meet virtually.
ELCA Sierra Leone
The Foundation made its first grant in the spring of 2010, supporting a Community Development Fund for the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Sierra Leone (ELCSL).
A portion of the initial funding for the Impact Dallas community-wide day of service was provided by the Foundation.
Mt. Olive Food Pantry
The Mount Olive Food Pantry purchased refrigeration equipment with a grant from the Foundation enabling them to provide more fresh foods for their clients.
HEROES (Helping Everyone Reach Outstanding Educational Success) used a grant from the Foundation to help with their mission to create social, recreational and vocational programs designed to meet the unique needs of individuals with disabilities.
A grant from the Foundation was used to train the team of Stephen Ministers in providing one-to-one, Christ centered care.
Attitudes and Attire
The Foundation is glad to support Attitudes and Attire in their mission to promoting personal growth for women seeking self-sufficiency.
Reformation 500 Festival
As part of the Debbie Jacob Life Enrichment series, the Foundation helped bring a replica Gutenberg printing press and other Biblical artifacts to the Reformation Festival celebrating 500 years since Martin Luther.