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Easy Tai Chi
We believe all individuals should have the opportunity for persoal growth and development regardless of ability to pay. Mind Body Spirit experiences offered help to build healthy, vibrant and balanced individuals which are the foundation of a strong community.

Our retreats offer holistic and transformative experiences that allow a more joy-filled life , meaningful relationships, fulfilling vocation, natural wellbeing, and expanding prosperity to confidently make a difference in the world.

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Connor Paschall
Founder, Workshop Instructor
Gretta Bowman
Founder, Tai Chi Instructor 

E.P.I.C.
(Everyday People Initiating Change)

E.P.I.C.'s Fellowship Program is a leadership training and on the ground experience in global aid and development.

We bring committed and passionate people like you to communities in need, to take part in various projects such as; the implementation of clean water wells, hygiene and sanitation education, performing arts and creativity, business and leadership training, nutrition education, medical aid, and the construction of schools and libraries.

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Alexi Panos
 Co-Founder, E.P.I.C
Tennille Amor
 Co-Founder, E.P.I.C
HOMETOWN ROOFING
Hometown Roofing is an innovative roofing company, that has been serving the DFW area for over 15 years.  Besides being they best in the business, they are actively engaged in the community.  

A tax deductible donation to the Raise the roof campaign will help your neighbor in need with a much needed roofing repair or replacement.  They also provide discounts for military and police officers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. 




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Jim Otis
Founder & Owner
THE LAD PROJECT
The LAD Project exists to empower at-risk youth to achieve their highest potential through a tutoring and mentoring program. Boys and girls ages 5-12 voluntarily participate in an after-school program where they receive academic support. This program serves mostly children who live in low-income, single-parent households. 

Integral to the program's success are the adult volunteers from diverse backgrounds who educate, mentor, model, and inspire the youth. 

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Tammie DeDeaux Gray
Program Director
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