Who We’ve Helped

Below is the short but growing list of ministries for whom we have raised money.

And Then There Were None

ATTWN is a registered non-profit corporation based in Austin, Texas that provides support for employees who wish to transition from the abortion services industry to another career. Many employees of abortion clinics find themselves trapped in jobs they do not want, but they cannot leave due to personal financial constraints. Many cannot afford to quit their jobs and live without a paycheck while pursuing a new career. As a result, the gap between an uncomfortable job and another career path may be financially unbearable.

ATTWN provides choices for employees of abortion clinics. ATTWN supports disenchanted employees of abortion clinics who wish to leave immediately to pursue other career opportunities by providing financial and other transitional services.

St. Paul Street Evangelization

St. Paul Street Evangelization is a grassroots, non-profit Catholic evangelization organization, dedicated to responding to the mandate of Jesus to preach the Gospel to all nations by taking the Faith to the streets. We do this in a non-confrontational way, allowing the Holy Spirit to move in the hearts of those who witness our public Catholic presence. Christ’s call to evangelize was made to every Catholic Christian, and the Second Vatican Council reiterated this need, urging each of the baptized to bring the Gospel, found fully in the Catholic Church, to a culture that has largely reverted to paganism. As an on-the-street Catholic evangelization organization, St. Paul Street Evangelization provides an avenue for you to share the Person of Jesus Christ and the truth and beauty of the Catholic Faith with a hungry culture.

Bakhita Villa

Bakhita Villa is a shelter in Lagos, Nigeria that serves survivors of human trafficking.  The shelter is run by the Sisters of St. Louis, led by Sr. Patricia Ebegbulem.  In 2012, a beautiful ceremony was held at the St Peter and St Paul Major Seminary, Bodija Estate, Ibadan, Nigeria, where Pope Benedict XVI honored Sr. Ebegbulem and 15 other religious with the highest Papal honor for Consecrated persons, the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice medal, in recognition of their long years of commitment and exemplary service to the church in Nigeria.