6 Stones: An Oral History
As we celebrate our first decade, the staff at 6 Stones felt that we ought to reflect on the history of our organization and programs. We invited key figures from the early days of this nonprofit to share their memories of the process by which we became the organization we are today. What follows is an Oral History of 6 Stones, as narrated by the people who made it happen.…
Today, 6 Stones provides:
- Daily clothing and food assistance through the New Hope Center serve approximately 300 individuals per week.
- School-based partnerships are solidified and expanding, currently serving roughly 50% of at-risk in HEB ISD.
- The Community Powered Revitalization (CPR) Program continues to improve infrastructure at high rates of Return on Investment in partner cities.
Scroll through a full list of important moments in 6 Stones history in the timeline below!
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Key Events in 6 Stones History:
First Vision Meeting
First visionary gathering in city of Euless with First Euless and Restoration Church.
City and church partners meet
Over 30 city officials and church partners gather to talk about issues and needs.
The Coalition Launched
Community Members are empowered to directly support 6 Stones initiatives through small and manageable monthly gifts. To emphasize the collective nature of our work, the new donor team is called “The Coalition.”