Current Projects

Houston Food Bank: "Give by Volunteering with For This Cause"

For This Cause will be volunteering at the Houston Food Bank on the Saturday 15th June 8am-12noon. Volunteering your time at the Houston Food Bank is a gift to hungry kids, seniors and others who may not have enough to eat. Volunteers produce the equivalent of a meal a minute while helping the Houston Food Bank sort, process and pack food. If you are interested in joining us and have a lot of fun while helping other, email Kim Kareah at forthiscausetx@gmail.com.

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Alabaster Ministry, Southern Malawi

Roz Heyns (founder of Alabaster Ministry) reaches out to women, young people and the elderly in Southern Malawi. Alabaster Ministry “Abbas House” project provides two roomed houses for the homeless elderly in Malawi. In Q1 2019, For This Cause funded 4 “Abbas Houses”. To find out more about Roz and Alabaster Ministry check out their website - wwwl.rozheyns.org.

Tanzania

In July, 2018 For This Cause took a team to Morogoro, Tanazania and conducted Pastoral and Youth Leadership trainings. In addition, via donations and sales of “For This Cause” products we were also able to carry school supplies for approximately 250 youths. 

In 2019, based on relationships fostered from 2018 mission trip,  “For This Cause” was able to financially support the launch of  “Empower A Child Nursery School”. This school, currently run by Neema Maduma, has fifteen 3-5 year kids enrolled.

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Trinidad and Tobago: The Elpis Center/Solace House

The Elpis Center mission is to providing answers and solutions to questions and challenges being faced by our teens, pregnant women, women who experienced pregnancy loss, those facing abuse and violence and families wanting to thrive.

The Solace Transitional home provides supportive subsidized housing for a period of 6 to 18 months to pregnant displaced moms and displaced single moms with young children.   “For This Cause” recently donated educational resources to The Elpis Center to help support their ongoing work.  To find out more about the The Elpis Center, check out their website www.elpisolace.org