The Pearce House, a new Graduate House for the Oaks of Righteousness ministry

After graduating successfully in 1 year from the Oaks of Righteousness recovery program, the women struggle to find an affordable place to live in the area. All too often they have to start over in a new location with minimum support; or worse, go back to the people and places that contributed to their incarceration. Their incomes limit the options for housing and many landlords will not rent to ex-offenders. At Pearce House, they will continue their journey to live productive God-honoring lives with employment and transportation. The Pearce House will be self-supporting and self-governed. Residents will sign a contract/commitment and guidelines for residency. The residents will pay a monthly house fee manageable at their income levels. We are thankful and give God all the glory for acquiring this graduate house for the Oaks of Righteousness ministry in 2020. 

Grants & Gifts

With Heartfelt Thanks


With heartfelt thanks:

…to the many contributors who donated funds to defray the cost of the Pearce House

…to Humble Rotary Club and Insperity for funding to renovate 2 bath/showers at Oaks house

…to those who donated to the KUMC monthly mission offering in September

…for the furniture and household items donated to the Pearce House

…for the wonderful volunteers, teachers, counselors, mentors who meet weekly with the residents

…for a working Board of Directors and Fundraising Committee who faithfully uphold OoR

…for monthly donors who support the operating expenses for OoR

…to the youth at the Story church who beautify our yards at both houses

…to The Woodlands UMC car donation ministry that blessed our residents with beautiful used cars

              
To God be the glory!

 

Permanent Endowment Fund

Grants & Gifts for Oaks of Righteousness.

Thank you Jeanne & Garland Slaughter Foundation for the Pearce House grant!