Here is a list of local organizations that we have partnered with in the past who support the needs of the Waco community.


    • Grants and Funding
      1. Cooper Foundation – To make Waco a better or more desirable community in which to live. We value the work of local nonprofits toward that goal and carefully consider their grant requests for financial assistance.

    • Home and Community
      1. Compassion Ministries – Transitional housing and housing help.
      2. ESC Region 12 – Devoted to supporting educators and school personnel in their efforts to increase student achievement. We are passionate about helping schools of all sizes through effective professional development, expert assistance, direct services and alternative certifications.
      3. Habitat for Humanity – Dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions
      4. Keep Waco Beautiful – To help make Waco a cleaner, healthier, safer and more beautiful place to live, work and play. We believe that concentrated cleanup, beautification and anti-litter programs develop a feeling of community pride among our citizens.
      5. NeighborWorks Waco – To create outlets to mobilize volunteers, beautify neighborhoods, unite communities, and celebrate resident involvement.
      6. Prosper Waco – To build an environment in which all members of our Waco community are able to measurably improve their education, health, and financial security.
      7. Providence Medical Center – Provides a free wellness day once a year called the Medical Mission At Home. Free screenings, food, spiritual care, and a free pair of shoes and socks given to those in need.
        We have partnered with them through monetary and material donations.
    • Waco Community Development – To inspire and cultivate healthy neighborhoods.

  • Family and People
    1. Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children – Offering many services to the hurting in our community (Mental Health, Drug Education, Education, Spanish Resources)
    2. CareNet of Central Texas – Since 2004, the Care Net Pregnancy Center of Central Texas serves over 2,600 clients each year for pregnancy testing. We promise you that we will listen to your concerns, provide accurate and factual information about all of your pregnancy choices, and provide compassionate care.
      1. http://pregnancycare.org
      2. (254) 772-6175
      3. 800 West Waco Drive
        Waco, TX 76701 (admin office)
    3. Caritas of Waco – We offer food, clothing, household items, and travel to anyone, regardless of race, age, sex, ethnicity or location.
    4. CASA – To provide a trained volunteer, a Court Appointed Special Advocate, for every abused and neglected child in the counties we serve so that these children may ultimately thrive in safe, nurturing, and permanent homes
    5. Christian Youth Theater – An after-school theater arts training program for students ages 6 – 18. [Christian based but no affiliation listed]
    6. Copartners for Christ – Empowering the Disadvantaged and Displaced through Relationships and Resources for Better Lives; Domestically and Internationally.
    7. Enrichment: Training and Counseling Solutions – We provide counseling and therapy services to individuals, couples and families.
      • http://enrichmenttcs.com/
      • (254) 235-3500
      • 6501 Sanger Avenue, Suite 102, Waco, Texas 76710 [Close to Highway 6, between Melrose / Bowden and Owen. Look for the building with the red roof.]
    8. Methodist Children’s Home – Offers services to children and youth daily through residential care, foster care and other services.
      • http://www.mch.org/
      • 1-800-964-9226 [Admissions]. 1-800-853-1272 [Development].
      • 1111 Herring Ave., Waco, TX 76708
    9. Mission Waco – Provide Christian-based, holistic, relationship-based programs that empower the poor and marginalized. Mobilize middle-class Americans to become more compassionately involved among the poor. Seek ways to overcome the systemic issues of social injustice which oppress the poor and marginalized.
    10. Salvation Army Resale and Community Kitchen
    11. Shepherd’s Heart – To feed, clothe, empower, and advocate for families in need in our community, demonstrating to them the love of God.
    12. Waco Family YMCA – To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
    13. Unbound – A mission to end human trafficking.