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Reaching Refugees
Help us create conversation, relationship and discipleship within our San Antonio refugee community. You can reach out to the nations, right here in San Antonio! To get involved, email OR Hussam Yazbek at


Registration and additional information is available at

April 8 – Refugee Outreach
April 28 – CHF Early Childhood Packing Party
May 19 – TBD
June 23 – Children’s Hunger Fund
July – “Stuff the Bus” Back to School Collection
July 21 – Haven for Hope
Aug 5 – HIS Bridge Builders Block Party
September 15 – Christian Assistance Ministries (CAM)
October 20 – Operation Christmas Child
November / December – Season of Serving Activities: Operation Christmas Child, Angel Tree, SA Heals Toy Drive, CHF Toy Wrap, CBC Foster/Adopt Parents Day Out, Chosen Race

See below for ALL the ways we’re raising awareness for Foster Care and Adoption, and how you can support our CBC families currently in capacity:

CBC Partners with South Texas Alliance for Orphans in all efforts to end the orphan crisis.

Foster & Adopt Support Group
1st & 3rd Saturdays | 6:30-8:00pm | 2nd Floor – Student Space
Group Leaders: Jamie Woodring, or Amy Grizzard,
Sign- up here: Foster & Adopt Group
This was the #1 request for all of our current Foster and Adopt CBC Families!  We have two amazing couples who have stepped up to lead this class and we hope those of you who are looking to share in community, fellowship and understanding will join us after church   to find support and encouragement as we journey together!  Let us know you’re coming by registering here. Childcare is provided for children 6 weeks – fifth grade with prior registration.

**if you are NOT a Foster/Adopt Family but interested in supporting those who are – we are looking for some volunteers that would like to provide pot luck dinner items for this group. If interested, please email

4KIDS of South Texas
The goal of 4KIDS is to do everything possible to serve the needs of orphans and the families that serve them. We realize there is a need for all children in foster care to have hope, for government agents to have help as they struggle to find good homes for children in crisis, and for biological families of these kids to have opportunities to heal.

Point of Contact : John Wilhelm,, 210-910-6533 or visit

BCFS Health & Human Services
BCFS HHS works with the State of Texas and the US Office of Refugee Resettlement to match caring adults with children who need a home whether it be fostering, or eventually adoption. With the aid of a case manager and BCFS program staff, parents are able to effortlessly navigate through each process.

Point of Contact : Priscilla Rodriguez,, 210-253-0409 or visit

Children’s Shelter
The Children’s Shelter puts children first by providing a safe, trauma-focused place for children in crisis whether the need is for immediate shelter, residential treatment, foster or adoptive homes. We work to strengthen families in order to break the cycle of child abuse and offer specialized mental health services for children affected by maltreatment.

Point of Contact : Samantha Leal,, 210-347-1455 or visit

Child Advocates of SA (CASA)
The mission of CASA is to recruit, train and supervise court-appointed volunteer Advocates who provide constancy for abused and  neglected children and youth while advocating for services and placement in safe and permanent homes. The efforts of CASA volunteer Advocates is to ensure foster children are receiving the necessary medical, developmental and educational attention they   need. Advocates help ensure these children do not “fall through the cracks” by speaking to the needs and best interest of the child.

Point of Contact : Forrest Miller,, 210-225-7070 or visit

Chosen knows the adoption and foster care journey can be fraught with challenges and unknowns, and they want to surround your family with support and encouragement. Their impact is both local and global as they aid in foster/adoptive financial assistance, mentoring, one-on-one coaching, and other various outreaches.

Point of Contact : Susan DeLano,, 830-455-0101 or visit

St. Jude’s Ranch for Children
SJRC Texas cares for hundreds of children and families who have been affected by trauma, abuse and neglect. They are their safe haven and offer help and hope to begin the journey of healing. Their Community Foster Care and Adoption program prepares families’ homes  and hearts for children to live in a healthy family setting. Their vision is to empower the children in their care to grow up to be happy, productive and caring adults.

Point of Contact : Jeana Pearce,, 512-653-3765 or visit

Thru Project
The mission of Thru Project is to help foster youth overcome the challenges of growing up in the foster care system by providing  guidance, support and advocacy in order to prepare them for life after foster care. Thru offers a variety of services for former foster youth and foster youth transitioning such as bus passes, housing necessities, employment and life skill, adult Advisors, etc.

Point of Contact :, 210-852-0220 or visit

Christian Assistance Ministry
Just like a triage or emergency room, people come to CAM in all sort of crisis. No appointment is necessary and all are welcome. CAM provides many items to meet clients’ immediate physical needs while also addressing the needs of the mind and soul. CAM is also a vital connection for clients who need long-term support by providing referrals and advocating for the client to other nonprofits and/or government agencies.

For more information contact Emily Kirtner at or (210) 222-1553 or visit

Habitat for Humanity SA
Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio, Inc. is an ecumenical Christian non-profit housing organization working in partnership with God’s people in need to build modest, decent and affordable houses without interest or profit, thereby witnessing God’s love in action. Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

For more information contact Trish Moy at or (210) 223-5203 x148 or visit

Hill Country Family Services
HCFS provides food and emergency financial support to Kendall County families in need. Our clients include families at or below the poverty line; families and individuals experiencing unexpected challenges like serious health problems or loss of employment; children, seniors, veterans from all military branches who provided service from as long ago as WWII; the homebound; terminally ill; pregnant; and the homeless.

For more information contact or (830) 249-8643 or visit

Pregnancy Care Center
The PCC is a life-affirming, evangelistic ministry to people facing unplanned pregnancies.  Our mission is to Reach and Rescue as many lives as possible, around the world, through an effective network of pregnancy help ministries that Renew their communities for LIFE.

For more information contact Gaye Leonhard at or (210) 614-4124 or visit

Respite Care
Respite Care provides support for families caring for a child or loved one with developmental disabilities. Their mission, to enhance the stability and nurturing opportunities of these families, is fulfilled through the provision of community based and overnight shelter services, designed to give short-term relief to participating parents. Respite also provides care for children with special needs from throughout the state who have been taken into protective custody as a result of abuse and neglect.

For more information contact Micaela Reznicek at or (210) 737-1212 or visit

Texas Diaper Bank
Texas Diaper Bank provides services and resources to respond to families in crisis in Bexar County and to improve the daily conditions of their lives.

For more information contact Simmone Potts at or (210) 731-8118 ext. 307 or visit

Evidence Ministries
Evidence Ministries’ primary motivation is to love as God commands us to. Their purpose is to reach Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mormons for Christ and to teach Christians the differences between these two groups and Biblical Christianity.

For more information contact Becky Walker at or (210) 340-8783 or visit

The Christian Institute of Islamic Studies (TCIIS)
TCIIS seeks to equip the church to lead the Muslim world to faith in Jesus Christ by helping create a vision for Muslim evangelism, a compassion for Muslim people, and fervor for sharing the gospel with Muslims.

For more information contact Dr. Mark Pfeiffer at or 512-921-2717 or visit

Aslan Outreach
The mission of Aslan Child Rescue is to show the love of God through acts of kindness to the poorest of the poor, and see every Muslim have an opportunity to respond to the Gospel and be connected to a true follower of Jesus. The philosophy is also intended for every refugee housed here in San Antonio in partnership with Catholic Charities.

For more information contact Rudy Rocamontes at or 210-422-4279 or visit

Operation Christmas Child
The mission of OCC is to evangelize, disciple and multiply. Each shoebox has the potential to change a life and plant a church… Shoeboxes are distributed by local churches in over 120 receiving countries and is the tool used by local churches to reach the unreached people. Each child has the opportunity to walk through THE GREATEST JOURNEY, a 12-week discipleship program. This in turn allows the child to share Christ with their family, village, and hopefully begin a church.

For more information contact Sabrina Drewry at or visit

Children’s Hunger Fund
The mission of CHF is to deliver hope to suffering children by equipping local churches for gospel-centered mercy ministry. Since 1991, CHF has delivered food and, ultimately, hope to children and families in need in the U.S. and around the world for 25 years.

For more information contact Jesse Reyes at or (210) 395-4200 or visit

Daily Bread Ministries
Daily Bread Ministries’ mission is to help people reach their full potential by connecting resources with needs, in partnership with businesses, churches and nonprofits, to address the root causes of poverty.

For more information contact Marcus Walker at or (210) 223-4707 or visit

Meals on Wheels SA
Meals on Wheels San Antonio works with the community each day to promote the dignity and independence of older adults in Bexar County. With your help we provide nutritious meals, companionship services, and Alzheimer’s care to those in need in the area of Greater San Antonio.

For more information contact Veronica Dominguez at or 210-376-7403 or visit

St. Vinny’s Bistro at Haven for Hope
St. Vinny’s provides 3 nutritious meals a day, 365 days a year to guests in The Courtyard at Haven for Hope’s homeless campus. Meating the Need is a non-profit charity, focused on providing protein and other staple items for that dining room and require serving assistance for breakfast, lunch and dinner each day.

For more information contact Rachel Esposito at or 210-220-2452 or visit

SA Food Bank
SAFB provides food and grocery products to more than 500 partner agencies in 16 counties throughout Southwest Texas. The SAFB mission is to fight hunger through food distribution, programs, education and advocacy.

For more information contact Heather Guzman at or (210) 431-8388 or visit

Church Under the Bridge
CUB is San Antonio’s Church for the Homeless Community. We reach out with the love of Jesus, giving Hope through preaching, singing, and teaching the Word of God and offering training, free meals, and clothing to satisfy both the Spiritual and physical needs of the congregation.

For more information contact Diane Talbot at or (210) 569-4026 or visit

Haven for Hope
Haven for Hope’s mission is to offer a place of hope and new beginnings. We do this by providing, coordinating and delivering an efficient system of care for people experiencing homelessness in Bexar County.

For more information contact Melody McCrea at or (210) 220-2188 or visit

SAMM prevents homelessness in San Antonio through a compassionate, holistic approach that brings self-sufficiency, pride and dignity to struggling families with no-where else to turn.

For more information contact Andrea Garza at or (210) 321-5641 or visit

Salvation Army
The Salvation Army’s mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. The Salvation Army is “Doing The Most Good” with contributions of money, time and resources to service and assist people in need in San Antonio and around the world.

For more information contact Candance Torrez at or (210) 352-2000 ext. 79042 or visit

Taking It to The Streets
Taking it to the Streets ministers to the homeless and impoverished of San Antonio and the Hill Country by serving meals, distributing clothing and other basic necessities, and building God-honoring relationships with those we serve.

For more information contact Loren Frederickson at or (760) 815-9557 or visit


Ransomed Life
Ransomed Life exists to care for survivors, victims and the “at-risk” of commercial sexual exploitation of minors. We quip and empower youth to experience freedom, purpose through one-on-one mentoring, education programs, community engagement and restoration.

For more information contact Sarassa Inglis at or visit

Lavish brings hope to women in the sex industry, including survivors of trafficking, by providing support, community and resources.

For more information contact Kayla Moilanen at or 210-560-3490 or visit

Embassy of Hope
Embassy of Hope is a faith-based, non-profit ministry in San Antonio, Texas. EOH provides support services to children, adults, and families overcoming sexual abuse, domestic violence, and human trafficking (prevention, identify, respond).

For more information contact Elizabeth Crooks at or (210) 305-5155 or visit

Somebody Cares SA (previously known as Blood ‘n Fire)
Our heart is to be a community of followers of Jesus Christ showing the love Christ to all people.
A Community led by a VISION . . . The Youth, The Poor, The Nations. To advance the kingdom of God among the youth and the poor to transform the city and the nations.

For More information contact Mark Roye at or visit

Agora Ministries
Agora Ministries exist to encourage, empower, educate, and mentor “at risk” children, youth, and families in the west-side area of downtown San Antonio.

For more information contact Jason Brooks at or (210) 270-7421 or visit

Christian Hope Resource Center
CHRC exists to offer grace-filled mentoring and programs to empower individuals and families experiencing crisis and poverty to become sustainable.

For more information contact Vilma Pinto at or (210) 732-3776 or visit

HIS Bridge Builders
HIS BB serves the residents in the East Meadows housing projects (formerly known as Wheatley Courts) area providing tutoring, mentoring, seasonal needs and gifts, various types of classes and monthly block parties where the Gospel is presented to all who attend.

For more information contact Ruben Fechner at or (210) 831-0883 or visit

SA Heals
SA Heals is a faith-based non-profit with a mission to restore health and wholeness on San Antonio’s east side. We choose to fight abuse, disease, hunger and poverty – one child, one school, one neighborhood at a time.  In order to help break the cycle, our mercy ministry focuses on the children with a holistic approach to educate, encourage and empower them.

For more information contact Charlie & Jennifer Foltz at or (210) 259-9931 or visit

CRU Military Ministry—Lackland A.F.B. (Airmen for Christ)
CRU is a caring community passionate about connecting the global military community to Jesus Christ.

For more information contact Suzanne Dollar at or (210) 710-8701 or visit

Operation Float A Soldier
OFAS is a service organization that offers a variety of programs, services and events for wounded service members and their families. The majority of activities take place in the summer at our Canyon Lake serve and adventure activity days which include boating, fishing, water sports and a Texas brisket lunch.

For more information contact DeeDee Scutt at or (210) 725-1394 or visit

Operation Heal our Patriots
OHOP gives wounded veterans and their spouses the opportunity for spiritual refreshment, physical renewal, and marriage  enrichment. Couples participate in Biblically based seminars that help strengthen their relationships with God and others and enjoy the  beauty of God’s creation with outdoor activities at our Alaskan wilderness lodge, or in your own backyard. We continue to support these men and women after their initial stay, keeping their spiritual needs and marriages a priority. Applications for 2018 will begin                February 1.

Point of Contact : Greg Duvall, or visit Samaritans Purse

Barabbas Ministries
Barabbas Ministries is first and foremost a discipleship ministry that provides the necessary transitional needs and training to incarcerated men who are interested in learning about the love of Jesus Christ. The goal of Barabbas is to de-institutionalize the offenders through Christ-centered discipleship and the teaching of basic life skills, teach relapse prevention to the men and their family members, curtail employment barriers, provide transitional housing and support families in being prepared for the release of their loved one.

For more information contact Charley Mann at or (210) 367-6549 or visit

Grace House
Grace House is a faith-based transition home for women at risk. We provide a safe environment where our residents have the opportunity to establish an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ.   They are taught to change their life-styles by making healthy choices      for themselves and their families.

For more information contact LeeAnn Jackson at (830) 446-6352 or visit

Kairos Prison Ministry
Kairos is a Christian faith based ministry which addresses the spiritual needs of incarcerated men, women, youth, and their families. By sharing the love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ, Kairos hopes to change hearts, transform lives and impact the world.

For more information contact Dwayne Vignes at for Men’s Unit, or Nancy at for Women’s Unit, or visit

Prison Fellowship
Prison Fellowship trains and inspires churches and communities—inside and outside of prison—to support the restoration of those affected by incarceration. We equip correctional leaders, volunteers, and incarcerated men and women to make prisons more rehabilitative places; we advocate for a more restorative criminal justice system; and we collaborate with churches and local service providers to support former prisoners, their families, and their communities.

For more information contact Rev. Willie Culpepper at or visit