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Shelter Spotlight

By |2022-05-03T18:47:51+00:00May 3, 2022|Shelter Spotlight, TXGBR News, Uncategorized|

Several weeks ago we received a food donation from a local church.  It came in a big file box with all the fixings for a tasty feast! The meal was delicious, but one of our kiddos was very fascinated with that file box. He said “That is a beautiful box!” He wanted to keep it and turn it into something new. He held on to that box and played with it for several days. It was quite comical how attached and enamored he was with the box. But it really got me thinking. Our kiddos find such joy in the [...]

Shelter Spotlight

By |2022-01-20T20:32:58+00:00January 20, 2022|Donor Appreciation, Involvement, Shelter Spotlight, TXGBR News|

Our community never ceases to amaze me with their outpouring of support for our kiddos! The 2021 holiday season was filled with the usual chaos, but we also received many new kiddos towards the Christmas holidays. Having to leave your home and all you know, especially around Christmas, can be so difficult and scary. One of our newest kids said it best the morning after she arrived, “I finally feel safe.” Our community stepped up to make sure we not only have a place for these kiddos to feel safe, but that we were able to celebrate the season with [...]

Shelter Spotlight

By |2022-01-20T20:00:15+00:00October 12, 2021|Shelter Spotlight, TXGBR News|

This year at the Shelter, we have begun to see more repeat residents due to things like foster homes closing or facilities shutting down across the state. Our state is experiencing a bed shortage for children in foster care of all ages. While walking through our Shelter, I saw two old suitcases sitting at the bottom of the stairs. Seeing those particular suitcases caused a wave of grief to wash over me. I knew these girls were coming back to the shelter, I had accepted the placement request. But there those suitcases were. One black, probably from the ’90s. [...]

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