Restoration House Ministries seeks 1K strong women
Feb. 6, 2013 at 7:05 p.m.
Updated Feb. 6, 2013 at 8:07 p.m.
Restoration House Ministries has kicked off its second 1,000 Women Strong Campaign.
The organization is seeking 1,000 women who will donate $10 a month in perpetuity to fully fund Restoration House to help women recover from adverse situations.
"We take women who have had their lives devastated by drugs, alcohol, abusive relationships and just bad choices and through our at least six-month program restore them to meaningful lives that glorify the Lord," said Theresa Klacman, founder and director of Restoration House Ministries.
The women live in the program free because of supporters like the 1,000 Women Strong campaign participants, she said.
"We don't accept any government funding that could limit the faith-based nature of our program," Klacman said. "That's why we're looking to the strong women of Texas to help us help other women reach restoration."
Campaign participants receive regular updates on the women at the house through a quarterly newsletter and are invited to special events throughout the year.
Women can send checks to P.O. Box 1101, Victoria, TX 77902, or contribute online with automatic bank drafts at RestorationHouseMinistry.org.
The first phase of the campaign kicked off in October at the 1,000 Women Strong Fall Expo shopping event.
"In the future, we'd like to open a second house and begin programs to help men find restoration through Christ as well," Klacman said.