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Stepping Stones Foundation remains dedicated to helping youth in crisis in North Texas. What began in 2009 as a grassroots effort by one woman, Christina Bynum-Breaux to feed, clothe and mentor over 150 children in a local trailer park, has grown into a full-fledged foundation that has provided programming and support to thousands of children and their families.
Stepping Stones Foundation has worked hard to create awareness in the community and establish relationships with Child Protective Services, school intervention counselors and local law enforcement to refer children in need. As we meet these elementary, middle or high-school children, we perform a needs assessment, and resources or services are provided based upon availability.
Phillip’s Wish is a non-profit organization founded by Cyndi Bunch and her son Phillip in response to the heartbreaking reality of homelessness and the lack of resources available to those in need. Phillip’s father’s mental illness had introduced them to this world, and the sight of so many homeless individuals on the streets of Fort Worth moved them to take action.
The organization’s mission is to ensure that no one is cold or uncared for, and it achieves this by collecting blankets, hats, scarves, gloves, sleeping bags, toiletries, and toys to distribute to those in need. The first year saw the collection of 200 blankets, but by the fourth year, over 20,000 blankets had been collected
The Friends of the Keller Library is a registered non-profit organization consisting of dedicated individuals who care about our community and the future of our children and grandchildren. Our mission is to support the Keller Library in its efforts to provide access to information for life-long learning. To do this, we raise funds for the Keller Library, mainly, through our bookstore.
The Keller UMC Resource Center is open to all those in need of food assistance from Keller and surrounding communities. We are committed to serving and connecting our congregation and our neighbors in ways that build healthy communities. The Resource Center is home to a food pantry and a clothing closet to provide help for those in need.
The mission of the Old Town Keller Foundation, a 501c3 public charity, is to increase awareness and appreciation for the history of Keller and to support the development and enhancement of the Old Town Keller district. The Foundation will seek to identify heritage sites significant to the area’s 19th-century origins and will seek to preserve the artifacts and the collective memory of the early 20th Century and of the mid-century years so critical to the emergence of today’s Keller, as impacted by the surrounding Cross Timbers region.
Christ’s Haven for Children provides a warm, loving, Christian environment in which children in need of basic care can grow physically, emotionally and spiritually. Our goal is to provide love and support for children in need and their families. Our trauma-informed-family-based model of care encourages our children and teens to heal from their past trauma and envision and embrace a bright future.
Our mission is to provide a warm, loving Christian environment for children and their families in need.
The Miss Keller Scholarship Organization is a non-profit committed to helping young women achieve excellence by providing positive growth opportunities, through professional development, including etiquette courses, interview coaching, resume and speech writing, public speaking, and more.
Every June, Miss Keller and Miss Keller’s Outstanding Teen will compete for the title of Miss Texas with the potential of competing for Miss America.
Our mission is to help build confidence, cultivate life skills, promote healthy living, distribute scholarships for higher education, and serve as ambassadors to our local community.
Cancer StrongHER is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization promoting an active lifestyle for female survivors of ALL cancers with the goal of reducing cancer recurrence rates. We serve our local survivor community by providing free fitness classes like fitness boxing, yoga, tennis, Pilates, FitCamp, rowing, Taekwondo, and more. The fight against cancer does not stop with the last drip of chemotherapy, the last zap of radiation or the last stitch from surgery and neither should support for our survivors.
3WaterColors, which was founded in 2020, is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization located in Fort Worth, Texas. We bring substantive, positive change to communities by improving and enriching lives, with education, health & wellness, hunger, and community social change. Celebrating the spirit of humanity and offering advancement opportunities that enable individuals to help themselves threw out life. We provide food, clothes, accessories, shoes, school supplies, school lunch fees, hygiene products, undergarments, towels, detergent, washcloths, electronics, blankets, pillows, bike, bus/train pass, portable heaters/fans, luggage, field trip fees for school, school sports attire/fee, after school programs, prom clothing, and so much more. The purpose of the program is to provide what is needed for success as well as a healthy atmosphere for abused, neglected, and underprivileged school-aged children 5-18 years old.
We serve the children of Tarrant and Dallas County.
Amira’s House was born out of the vision of Rene Lackey, who has a heart for helping young women facing an unplanned pregnancy with the resources and guidance for them to keep their babies and parents with confidence. Rene has personally mentored several girls to help them overcome the shame that can be associated with an unplanned pregnancy, and embrace an exciting new season in their life.
Amira’s House filed as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in 2018, setting the wheels in motion to bring Rene’s bold vision to life. Since the organization was founded, we have established a board of directors, program guidelines, and policies and procedures. Most importantly, we opened the doors to our first residential home, located in a quiet neighborhood in Keller, Texas. We already have been blessed to provide safe housing and comprehensive support to several young mommas and their infants, and we are excited about the next season for the ministry.