Recognizing all 36 Charity Champions!

Gameday Podcast:

The Voice of the Bears John Morris talks with 360 Solutions Founder and CEO Chip Wilson about the origins of the Charity Champions program. Chip was live with John ahead of Baylor’s game against Texas where we honored all 36 Charity Champions.

Instead of recognizing just one Charity Champion at this week’s Baylor Football game, TFNB Your Bank For Life and 360 Solutions invited all 36 Charity Champions back on the field to spotlight the great work they are doing in the community. Have a nonprofit you think needs recognition? Nominate them for next season!

Check out the video we played on the jumbotron below:

Gameday Recognition:

Celebrating Keep Waco Beautiful as our 5th Charity Champion!

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Executive Director Ashely Crownover tells us how Keep Waco Beautiful helps the city look good through conversation, cleanups, and education.

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TFNB Your Bank For Life and 360 Solutions are happy to recognize Keep Waco Beautiful at Thursday’s Baylor game versus West Virginia. They’re the 5th nonprofit honored this season.

KWTX Interview with Julie Hays:

Game Day:

Communities in Schools Honored as Second Charity Champion

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Randy Lane sits down with Mike Harper, Executive Director of Communities in Schools of the Heart of Texas. They talk about how CIS helps students stay in school. Mike talks about how Communities in Schools uses mentors, small groups, and school-wide activities to help kids flourish.

The mission of Communities In Schools of the Heart of Texas is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

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No Limitations honored as first Charity Champion of 2019!

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No Limitations honored on the field during the first Baylor game of the year. Addy, one of No Limitations athletes, lifts the plaque high!

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Executive Director Coleen Heaton tells us how No Limitations helps those with developmental or physical challenges participate in sports and other activities.

No Limitations provides athletic and social opportunities for those with special needs in our community. No Limitations is our first Champion of the 2019 season. Keep an eye out for them on the field this Saturday as Baylor University takes on Stephen F. Austin!

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The Cove recognized at Baylor Basketball Game

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We recognized the The Cove Heart of Texas this week at the Baylor Basketball game against Alabama. The Cove gives youth experiencing homelessness a place to thrive. Their after-school facility gives teens a safe space to do homework, socialize, and enjoy a home-cooked meal. Learn more at

Pictures from their recognition

Game Presentation: Shepherd’s Heart

Shepherd’s Heart Food Pantry was recognized at Baylor Men’s Basketball game versus Texas Tech.

A little bit about Shepherd’s Heart:

Every Thursday at The Shepherd’s Heart Pantry from noon to 6:00pm we have a distribution of canned goods, boxed and dry staple items, meats, and fresh fruits and vegetables assisting 500 to 700 families each week. For added convenience, a drive-through is available for those who cannot stand in line. Last year, from our main pantry we provided food to just fewer than 29,000 families, 1.4 million lbs. of food. Included in those numbers are the 560 home-bound seniors we deliver groceries to twice each month.

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Game Presentation: Jesus Said Love

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Jesus Said Love offers a path out for women feeling trapped in the commercial sex industry by awakening hope and empowering change. This Charity Champion could use a four seat golf cart to help teach clients how to drive. Brett Mills and son Gus among others representing at the Baylor Lady Bears bastketball game. Can you help?

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