Community Involvement

Camp Buckner

www.campbuckner.org

For more than 20 years, Camp Buckner has been the scenic backdrop for changed lives. Thousands of children and teenagers have experienced God’s love for the first time through our summer camping ministry. And thousands of adults have been rejuvenated and restored through our retreat services.  Nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Camp Buckner offers a variety of housing options to meet the needs of any group, whether young or old, large or small.

Camp Buckner is part of Buckner International, a diverse global ministry to orphans and at-risk children and families. Established in 1879, Buckner has answered children's needs throughout our history. Today, our services include a global humanitarian aid program, volunteer mission opportunities, community enrichment and prevention programs, an international network of foster care and transitional housing services, domestic and international adoption, support programs for children living in orphanages in other countries, five retirement communities and a Christian retreat and camping ministry.

If you would like to explore this opportunity to invest in a child’s life in a significant way, please contact us at:

  • 3835 FM 2342
    Burnet, TX 78611
  • (512) 756-7540
  • FAX: (512) 756-6121

"Christopher Tom Stacy
Endowment Fund" for camperships

Green Doors

www.greendoors.org

Green Doors was incorporated in 1990 as a nonprofit, 501 (c)(3) tax exempt corporation to serve homeless veterans and families with children.

The agency recently formed a subsidiary, Cottage Community Inc., that will provide 30-units of affordable housing to low income working families with school age children. Partners will provide supportive services including case management, onsite child care and after-school programs to help families transition to independent living.

Green Doors became the first organization in Travis County to offer transitional shelter for homeless veterans. Since 1990 the agency has assisted over 600 homeless veterans get back on their feet.

For more information, you can visit their web site at:

www.greendoors.org