Coast Guard Breakfast 2021

On November 24, volunteers drove down to serve breakfast to the hard-working members of the Coast Guard in Galveston! They were also given a tour of the USCG Cutter Daniel Tarr. We’d like to thank the Coast Guard for their service and keeping our waters safe!

2021 Back to School Backpack Bash

This year we partnered with Whittier Elementary to pack and donate backpacks and hand sanitizer for all 500 of their students! We also donated school supplies to Seguin Elementary, Adventures of Learning Daycare, and hand sanitizer to Fire Station 26!

2021 Week of Giving

This spring we had an entire week dedicated to helping others! Here’s what we did:

  • New Believers Christian Church received home goods to distribute to 35 home-bound seniors and low income homes.
  • Ladies of Transformation from the House of Restoration picked up donated furniture to help women and children who have left abusive relationships and are starting over.
  • Magnificat House picked up supplies to help the homeless population in Houston.
  • The firefighters of Station 26 received bags of toiletries, blankets, cleaning products, towels, and H-E-B gift cards.

2020 COVID-19 Assistance

The COVID-19 Pandemic has effected many families. With your help, we were able to provide support to several local families in need to assistance. In addition to furniture, household supplies, and toys, a total of 800 dollars in H-E-B gift cards was given to help provide groceries for their families. We are so thankful to have the opportunity to impact our community in a positive way and we thank our volunteers and donors for making this possible!


With your help, we were able to donate 500 face shields to St Luke’s Children’s Hospital and local nursing homes during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

2020 Ben Taub Neonatal Supplies Donations

This August, we were able to donate necessary infant care supplies to Ben Taub for the Neonatal and ICU units.

Minivan Giveaway Winner!

Pictured above are Randy & Diana who generously donated their minivan back in 2013. Because of their generous donation, we were able to lighten the load of a single mother of three who walked five miles to and from work. Our volunteers and donors are the best!

Keeping Joanna Well

Joanna Devine was diagnosed with stage 4 Lung Cancer in March of 2017. Joanna was a loving person and an amazing Faulk Foundation volunteer. As soon as we found out about the diagnoses, the Faulk Foundation jumped into action. We started a Keeping Joanna Well fund and requested donations in order to help cover her household bills for a month or two. Unfortunately, Joanna passed away on June 3, 2017 after a hard fought battle. The Faulk Foundation presented Joanna’s son Calvin, with a check for the donations received in order to cover funeral costs. Joanna left behind a legacy of philanthropy and generosity, touching the hearts of everyone she came into contact with.

Wheelchair Ramp Built for Family in Need

Out volunteers built and installed a wheelchair ramp for a family in need during our 2013 Adopt-A-Family Christmas event. Were able to provide him with the mobility necessary to safely enter and leave his home. Our volunteers make anything possible.

Keeping Leo Well

Eight year old Leonardo was diagnosed with Leukemia in February of 2014. Faulk Foundation volunteers learned about his diagnoses and paid a visit in June to inform his family that the Faulk Foundation would be paying their mortgage thru December 31 ,2014. They were also given grocery gift cards and a prepaid parking token for The Medical Center.

Leo completed his final round of chemotherapy on Saturday, June 14, 2014. On February 14, 2017, the Faulk Foundation received a note from Leo! It had been 14 months since his bone marrow transplant, and he was doing great! The donations and support that the Faulk Foundation provided were a big help to Leo’s family during a very trying time. This was all possible through our amazing donors and volunteers.

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