Committed to a brighter future for children, neighbors and communities.

We consider a healthy neighborhood to be one that is safe, clean, and diverse; one in which it makes economic sense for people to invest and one where neighbors manage change successfully.

We consider a healthy neighborhood to be one that is safe, clean, and diverse; one in which it makes economic sense for people to invest and one where neighbors manage change successfully.

Commitment:

Commitment. This word can be used to describe a family from One Hope Church in Athens who was determined to finish what they started even in the midst of COVID-19. Earlier this week, this family traveled to Waco to continue work on homes that they started the week of Spring Break as part of the Bounce project. Before COVID-19, two other groups connected with Bounce were scheduled to come to Waco this summer to help finish projects on homes. Despite plans changing, this family was committed to finishing what they started and completed projects at three homes this week! Thank you friends for serving our Waco community and neighbors!

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Grassroots Community Development
Grassroots Community Development15 hours ago
Looking local Black History Month activities and celebrations? Check out this impressive list of Waco Black History month activities the Baylor Department of Multicultural Affairs put together of event happening around the city! https://multicultural.web.baylor.edu/bhm
Grassroots Community Development
Grassroots Community Development5 days ago
We had a great time helping small business owners with their We All Win applications last Friday! Please feel free to call or stop by our office if you need last minute help with your application. The deadline to apply is tomorrow Friday, February 3rd.