August 30, 2015
If possible, won’t you consider becoming a donor? Donors help make our great programs and ministry possible.
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December 16, 2014
Did you know, you can text 41444 to support SYM with a donation?
Yes you can. There are no fees and no minimums required. We had our student volunteers in mind when we created this option to donate.
Students and volunteers, you asked for it and we did it, an easy way to donate with smartphones. Just text 41444 with SYM to get a link to the short checkout form! You can finish it all from your smartphone.
Then watch your pledge move our goal graph at http://ow.ly/FPbCi.
As of December 16, 2014 at 8:18 am, we have currently raised $27,543. That leaves $6,744 remaining to reach our goal.
Give $5 a month, or whatever you can give.
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February 4, 2014
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February 2, 2014
T H A N K S!
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May 15, 2013
I got a call from Alaska, today. It was a person wanting our shipping address. I gave it and then asked why. He explained that he wants to collect shoes and ship a couple of totes of shoes for our clients before winter comes. (Not sure when that its, but it’s probably sooner than winter in Texas.) When I asked how we had come to his attention, he indicated that he had found our photos on Facebook interesting. When I asked why he connected, he indicated that he had spent half his life on the street. Ah!
So far as I know, this person was never a client, although it turns out we each know some clients in common. This person is now married and doing well. I asked what turned him around. He said it was a tough judge. I asked if faith was a resource for him, and he indicated that he’s not religious or Christian. However, he finds strength and discipline by practicing martial arts. And his devotion to helping others comes from an oath he has taken as part of his martial arts training.
It’s a small world and very awesome to have fans all over the country, including Alaska!
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