Since 2009, our 501c3 Non-Profit Organization has continuously executed many diverse paths to service our community by creating a space for individuals and families to experience real and lasting positive life change. We have effectively trained professionals and community leaders to actively participate in a process that will heal harms and protect victims of family violence, which includes the intimate partner, children, the elderly and the communities they live in by using restorative justice methods.
As of 2014, we have been given an opportunity to bring the Restorative Practices into our local community schools! Life Anew employs Restorative Practices Coordinators to train school staff, students, parents and community volunteers to engage one another in intentional conversations that lead to deep, meaningful relationships that result in life transformation.
We can only achieve this goal with the assistance of generous contributions from partners such as businesses, community leaders, churches, organizations and schools. Without the support of donations to provide operational funds, serving those in our area would not be possible. We ask you to consider a donation to fulfill the mission to use restorative justice to build healthier communities, promote peace and create a space to heal from harms caused by broken relationships.
Partners like you are the key to our success and make it possible for Life Anew, Inc. to provide critical services to local schools and families in need, as well as hire additional staff, train school administrators and provide our services for more communities. No gift is too large or too small.
You may click here to donate or to our website www.elifeanew.com at any time. As a token of our appreciation we will list your Organization, etc. as an active partner in our event program and our event website.
We sincerely thank you for your time and consideration,
Sherwynn and Kim Patton, Executive Director
Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Austin Christian Fellowship Church
40 Acres Group
Austin Independent School District
Austin Police Department
Travis County District Attorney’s Office
NAACP Austin Chapter
Mission Possible Austin