Renovating homes for people in need.
Compassion is contagious. As volunteers improve the living conditions of families, they look out to the surrounding community, offer support, and build unity of purpose.
Since God led us to serve the Pascal’s home about 10 years ago, we have consistently committed to help those who generously help others.
Hope is restored in the families who dwell within the new layers of paint and newly fastened doors.
Donations large and small have provided us the tools, materials, and resources to complete our mission.
We are empowering youth, young adults, and whole communities to build, apply, and live a life of compassion.
We provide willing hearts the connection to create teams and learn skills from one another that last a lifetime.
We listen to individual's needs, share their story, and gather a networked team to freely give of themselves and their resources to provide adequate housing to those who have served others. In addition, tangible needs are met within each community the recipient resides.
Building Compassion gives from the heart with love of God, meeting people's needs as Jesus reached out and did. Volunteers are His hands extended because "He was moved with compassion" for those around Him in need.
We provide the opportunity for youth and young adults to work alongside contractors and skilled laborers. Many of these volunteers have not been given the opportunity to receive any vocational training. They are rewarded with valuable practical skills, hands-on experience, self confidence, and the knowledge that they can make a difference in the lives of others.
Volunteers are afforded a unique opportunity to work in teams to complete specific tasks. They receive exposure to planning, materials aquisition, scheduling, supervision, safety and the basics of a construction science.
Family of 8, the Haiker’s foster to adopt. Due to shifting foundation, pipes burst and flooded the little girl’s bedroom. We provided new flooring throughout the house and repaired the damaged walls.
Becky Nelson opens her home to international students who attend Texas A&M University. She provides meals, entertains & educates through friendship ministry.
Rodeo chaplains, Mike & Rosemary take to the road and bring church to the prairie. They decided to make a difference to those around them in the cowboy culture. Their hundred year old house wasn’t level and without central air & heat.
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There are many ways you can impact the world around you, but linking arms with us could be the place where you belong. Together we can have continuing and spreading results by empowering people who are already giving to the community around them. You can give time, supplies, and financial resources. The key word is you.
If it’s needed for construction, or the finishing touches, we can make good use of it. Learn more about what you can give.
Whether a day, a weekend, or a year, there’s a need for you. Learn more about all the opportunities.
From permits to inspections, plumbers and electricians, the costs abound because need abounds. Learn where your money goes.