In every city where we work, we start by building relationships with other non-profits who serve the homeless and provide redemptive rehabilitative programs.

But don’t take our word for it. Talk with Bob Sweeney who runs the Dallas Life Recovery Center or Steve Whitaker who leads the John 3:16 Mission in Tulsa.

These men are our friends and mentors. We learn from them and work hand-in-hand to leverage resources. After all, we share the same goals.

Since most of what we do is on a mobile basis out on the streets, we see ourselves as a front door to places like Dallas Life and John 3:16 that can spark lasting life-change.

To demonstrate our commitment to working together, we make donations to shelters and other non-profits from time to time.

We do this in the form of providing essential things that are either (a) requested by the organization or (b) can be used for inspiring a person’s outlook on life, such as books, Bibles or devotionals.

Here’s a few samples of what others are saying about how we work together:

HENRY ZARROW, TULSA PHILANTHROPIST
DAVID ARMENTROUT, IN HIS IMAGE MEDICAL MISSIONS
WILLIE PARISH JR., BREAD OF LIFE SEATTLE
BRAD MEULI, DENVER RESCUE MISSION