Here at Restore, one of our core values is partnerships. Instead of doing ministry alone, we seek to serve those in need by directly partnering with organizations that are already doing great things in our community and around the world. This means that each of our Restore Groups serves the city of Austin alongside one or more of our community partners. Below you can find out more information about some of the great organizations we currently partner with.
Austin Angels‘ vision is to give the gifts of hope and love to each and every foster child in Austin by engaging the community in making a consistent difference in their realities that is both meaningful and powerful.
The Austin Disaster Relief Network is a network in the Greater Austin area that works to meets the emotional, physical and spiritual needs of those affected by disaster.
Community First! Village is a 27-acre master-planned community that will provide affordable, sustainable housing and a supportive community for the disabled, chronically homeless in Central Texas. This residential program has been a staple of Mobile Loaves & Fishes for 10 years.
Fulmore Middle School is a historic school community in AISD that takes great pride in providing a world class curriculum for Austin students. Fulmore’s daily mission is to provide educational opportunities that inspire global thinking and social responsibility.
The Gazelle Foundation funds and builds clean water projects in Burundi, Africa. Through clean water projects, the Gazelle Foundation is offering a first step in breaking the vicious cycle of poverty in Burundi.
Through faith in action, Austin Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
Mission: Possible‘s vision is to see generational transformation in under-resourced areas through Christ-centered community development.
The Refuge for DMST (Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking) provides trauma-informed, long-term restoration shelter and services to girls 11-17 years old, who have been exploited through sex trafficking.
ReWork Project‘s mission is to help those struggling with homelessness find a path to housing through the dignity of work. Centering the community on faith, patience, and grace gives individuals an opportunity not simply to make a new product, but to make something new of themselves.