Outcome Stories

TMF is making a positive impact on individuals, churches and communities.

See how TMF is helping others to steward their potential to create a better world.

The Missional Wisdom Foundation used grants from TMF to purchase an abandoned home in Waco and start a monastic community.

By creating monastic communities where students can live together to explore Christian service, the Missional Wisdom Foundation is developing new leaders with unique insights.

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Building a garden that honors God and serves the community

Barnett Chapel UMC in Kerrville transformed two vacant lots into The Glory Community Garden, a gathering place that strengthens the community, feeds families and celebrates God.

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Wesley-Rankin offers a different path to young people from the west side of Dallas

For one young man, Wesley-Rankin Community Center is an oasis of hope in his otherwise troubled neighborhood

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Project Hope provides individuals an opportunity to change lives with grants from TMF

Christ UMC in Plano used grants from TMF to help individuals who’ve fallen on bad times to start over and work toward their dreams.

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TMF loan helps UUMC in Austin to help neighbors in need

Thanks to a loan from TMF, University United Methodist Church in Austin was able to expand and update the facilities they use to feed more than 200 homeless individuals and families every week.

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Investing in Community through the Individual Fund

Robert Corey has a special connection to the stately sanctuary at First United Methodist Church in Round Rock. He helped build it. Not by shoveling sand or hammering nails, but by investing in the Individual Fund through the Texas Methodist Foundation.

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Busy Mom’s Investment Alternative: The Individual Fund

Youth camp coordinator, member of First United Methodist Church Coppell, pharmacist, wife, mother to twins - a glimpse at the bustling life of Kim Heaton. Like many other busy Christian investors, Kim and her husband Doug learned very quickly that growing an investment while growing a church couldn’t be simpler through the Texas Methodist Foundation’s Individual Fund.

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Investing in Core Belief

When Lillian’s mother died last November at the age of 102, they wanted to use inheritance funds as a tribute to a life lived according to strong Christian values.

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Full Circle Investing

Now retired after 44 years of faithfully leading United Methodist congregations, the Rev. Carroll Fancher still invests time serving his community when he’s needed.

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Taste of Oak Lawn Scholarship Success

To commemorate its 125th anniversary in 1998, Oak Lawn UMC looked for a way to give back to the community that had enhanced and enriched the church for more than a century.

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