On the Streets
Wacoans, waiting for breakfast outside the Salvation Army, briefly share some thoughts and stories. Here’s a glimpse into their lives.
A Different Shade of Blue
In the Kate Ross government housing complex, there is The Blue House, an after-school childcare center sponsored by Baylor Missions and Crossroads Fellowship Church.
Enabling Brighter Futures
The Baylor University School of Education is extending its reach and connecting with the Waco community through their mentor program EnAbled for College. The program consists of Baylor graduate students mentoring local at-risk and/or disabled high school students.
Waco has many different opportunities to become immersed in the community. From being up to date on Waco event, to playing with children and joining together in worship, Waco is a crown jewel of hosting volunteer opportunities. Take a break from the Silos, and take to the streets to donate your time and get involved in Waco.
Hope in the Desert
Waco contains multiple food deserts — urban areas in which it is difficult to access affordable or good-quality fresh food, usually found in impoverished regions. One of the effects of a food desert is food insecurity, which largely affects children.
Leaving a Pawprint
Students step outside ‘Baylor Bubble’ and address issue of poverty and homelessness in Waco
A look into the Talitha Koum Institute with Executive Director Susan Cowley
The Cove, local teen nurturing center, offers community support and a safe haven to the homeless and struggling youth of Waco
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