Responder Life Receives Grants

Responder Life Receives Grants
June 2, 2016 Trey Doty

Responder Life is pleased to announce and give a heartfelt thank you to the James T. Westfall Memorial Donor Advised Fund at the Community Foundation of Abilene for a grant award of $1500. These funds have made it possible to secure a one-time license for a coaching curriculum to be used in equipping first responders to coach and mentor their peers. Trey Doty, President of Responder Life, stated, “We are training first responders to lead their peers through intentional conversations in order to solve overwhelming issues. This will have an enormously positive ripple effect in their departments, churches, and families.” Responder Life will provide this training for public safety departments, marriage mentors, small group leaders, and peer mentors.

Thank you to Mission Increase Foundation for their recent grant award to Responder Life for $10,000. The grant award followed an application and review process that determines a ministry organizations ability and readiness to carry out specific strategies taught by Mission Increase through their monthly trainings. These funds will be used for critical technology upgrades, an updated online digital platform, and to grow the number of individuals, businesses, and churches who support the services Responder Life provides to first responders.

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