Candlelighters provides financial, psychosocial, and therapeutic programs to address the holistic needs families have during pediatric cancer. This year Candlelighters received a TMF grant to help fund their work.
“We wanted to follow in Charles Wesley’s footsteps by developing a core group of young adult musicians who could work with local churches,” Pastor of the United Campus Ministry at Texas State University, Todd Salmi shared.
“Women in prison are not alone; we are bound with them,” Hannah shared. “Our organization helps women who are incarcerated and transitioning out of prison. Many feel isolated and hopeless, but we believe our ministry can help them thrive.”
Everyone deserves a place to call home. It is a simple concept, but one that offers a powerful transformation for those experiencing homelessness. To LifeWorks in Austin, this concept grounds their purpose.
“We had a disaster plan in place when the pandemic started, but it did not cover this type of extended crisis,” Helen said. “We were looking at our community and realizing how devastating this could be, so we took the opportunity to be innovative..."