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Frame Dance Productions

Lydia Hance

Frame Dance seeks to re-frame the culture of the world of dance to one where childhood dance education nurtures, develops, and inspires children in their God-given worth, purpose, and creative freedom to honor God with the arts.
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Harvest for the Hungry, Inc.

David Huang

Harvest for the Hungry is a 61-acre farm that produces fruit, vegetables, eggs, fish, and honey that seeks to help the food-insecure community by feeding people both physically and spiritually.
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Spectrum Fusion

Heidi Stieglitz-Ham

Spectrum Fusion works to improve the lives of adults on the autism spectrum by helping them find a community, forge career paths, and by training and hiring adults for their media studio.
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Right to Read

Tenesha Smith

Right to Read provides no-cost reading support to kindergarten through third-grade students in Houston’s under-resourced communities. Through our commitment to closing the literacy gap, we hope to promote observable reading growth, confidence, and success. Learn more >


Tori Cole

CODEXCEL, in partnership with the local church, educators, STEM and construction professionals, and diversity champions, trains minority, underserved, and truant teens from low-income areas for Future Skill STEM and Construction Occupations through innovative, unconventional programming and industry partnerships.  Learn more >

The Summer Institute

Brandon Walker, Darnell Cleary, Macy Land

The Summer Institute is a not-for-profit educational enrichment program servicing low-income students in Houston that seeks to encourage, equip and empower under-resourced middle school students to become diligent scholars and faithful leaders in their communities. Learn more >

KUTS for Christ

Kloe Evans, Leneal Thomas, Michael Carpenter

KUTS for Christ, serves the unhoused and impoverished community in the Houston area by providing free haircuts, hygiene packages, bibles, and the love of Christ through prayer. Our goal is to give people the opportunity for dignity, a glimpse of how God sees them, and connect them to community organizations that can help them take the next step out of poverty. Learn more >

Zoe's Toolbox

Karmel Garcia

Zoe’s Toolbox provides free early developmental therapy toolboxes to families in the Down Syndrome community to empower parents with resources to assist them in encouraging their child’s developmental growth outside of professional therapy. Learn more >


Project One Day

Jennifer Johnson

Creating free, Christ-centered childcare for economically at-risk infants and toddlers through the use of a Single Parent Cooperative. Parents volunteer one day a week to receive 44 hours of FREE child-care weekly to facilitate work or furtherance of their education. Watch update video or learn more >

Eight Million Stories

Marvin Pierre

We seek to transform the lives of vulnerable youth, 14 to 18 years old, through education, skills training, employment, and authentic relationships. Watch update video or learn more.

Small Places

Daniel Garcia-Prats

Small Places utilizes urban agriculture to develop a culture of health in our communities by renewing the bond between people, places, and food. We believe that farming can become the focal point from which we alter how the various aspects of our communities interact to establish health at the center of our Human Ecosystem. Watch update video or learn more.

Belong Kitchen

Kim Brown

The mission of Belong Bakery is to certify, train and create dignified, meaningful, paid employment for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Employment will provide them the opportunity to develop, foster and nurture essential social developmental and genuine relationships which, although necessary, are grossly lacking for the IDD population. Watch update video or learn more.


CC Achilefu

No matter how accessible music is today, there seems to be a music monopoly and a scarcity of transformative music. GoBU wants to disrupt this by providing a whole generation with quality Christian Hip Hop and R&B, but we’re more than just music; we’re a movement that aims to entertain, educate and evangelize a culture longing for purpose. Watch update video.

A 2nd Cup - Brazen Table

Kaylen Simpson & Erica Raggett

A 2nd Cup – Brazen Table trains survivors of human trafficking in the hospitality industry, empowering them to reclaim their personal identities and their futures. Watch update video or visit their website.


Bread of Life: Ananais House

Joun & Silva Samara

In the heart of the city, the Evangelical Church of Aleppo, Syria will establish
a mico-enterprise in the form of a bakery to feed the recovering citizens of Aleppo
and rebuild the capacity of the city lost to war and violence. Learn more >

Coffee & Cake Cafe

Ruby Woodward

Creating jobs for formerly incarcerated adults.


Rescue America (Formerly Rescue Houston)

Allison Meier Madrigal

Through direct outreach and our 24/7 Rescue hotline, we connect with survivors of sex trafficking ready to exit the life and help facilitate their safe exit alongside trained volunteers. Learn more >

Art Park

Terry Flores

Unleashing the power of creativity through art and community one neighborhood at a time. Learn more >

Every Shelter (Formerly Emergency Floor)

Scott Key & Sam Brisendine

We design high-impact low-cost shelter products that help refugee populations around the world. Learn more >

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