Everyone we serve, whether they take part in a one-time event or visit our food pantry on a monthly basis, gets a follow-up visit. We send volunteer teams to check on the quality of our services and to ask what else our neighbors need. Churches are invaluable in that process, and they feel the same way about the opportunity it provides. Even if each one has their own unique approach to engaging with the community.

For more on collaborative partnerships and the ways in which your church can get involved, visit 6stones.org/churchmobilization.


  1. Gina Bass on August 17, 2021 at 2:16 am

    I heard you could sign up to get a wheelchair ramp built at your home for free im disabled head injured 58 yr old woman I use a wheelchair at times now but will be paralyzed sometime in future my ligaments in my left knee I can’t get a knee replacement or anything surgery wise I had a real bad wreck ³/²8/89 died twice I got MRSA from ¹st surgery technician looked at x-ray and said right away no surgery would kill me my MRSA was too bad ive had 3 outbreaks two almost killed me and is there anyway I could get help getting electric wheelchair i live in cleburne tx or do you perhaps of somewhere closer to me I could get help from im not having much luck finding a place
    thank you and God bless you

    • Trasa Cobern on September 21, 2021 at 9:27 am

      Gina, unfortunately, we no longer work in the Cleburne area. For the ramp, we would suggest reaching out to The Texas Ramp Project at http://www.texasramps.org, or check with the city. God bless you!

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