When Homes of Hope for Children was just a vision, the Davison Bruce Foundation took a chance and believed in our mission of providing loving Christian homes to hurting children. Today, because of that step of faith, our ministry is changing generations and – more importantly – impacting eternity for children who have seen the worst that this world can throw at them.

Dr. Michael Garrett
Executive Director: Homes of Hope for Children

“[Bettie Bruce] truly believed in our cause to raise up effective young men and women to become Christ ministers and spread the good news of Jesus Christ.” “There has never been a time in the history of our world when people more desperately needed to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ than today. There are terrorists with bad theology in other parts of the world today who are killing men, women, and children in the name of religion. We as Christians have even a greater need today to raise up young ministers who can effectively proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ to be the light to the whole world.”

Dr. Karl Stegall
Stegall Seminary Scholarship Endowment Foundation

“When working with donors, often times the relationship can be stressful. Over the last 7 years, I have been impressed with Davison Bruce Foundation as they have cultivated a positive environment. We have found Davison Bruce to be an organization of encouragement, refreshment, and genuine love and care.”

Jay Clark, Ph.D.
Executive Director
The Kerusso Institute for Global Leaders
“Jesus urged his followers to not waste their life, efforts, and wealth investing in temporary, earthly things, but instead to give themselves fully to things that matter, that last, and are eternal. Eternity will never be the same because of the countless lives (of teenagers) that have been impacted by the Davison Bruce Foundation.”

Eric Faison
Area Director, Auburn-Opelika Young Life
Thanks to the support of the Davison Bruce Foundation, teens are engaged in career exploration programs, entrepreneurial projects, and science and technology workshops, receive CPR Certification, and tour numerous college campuses. To date, more than 200 teens have participated in the “Deepening Teen Impact Initiative” and the Club’s high school seniors have a 100% graduation rate. This impact would not be possible without the support of the Davison Bruce Foundation. For this, we say “THANK YOU!”

Wanda J. Lewis
Chief Professional Officer
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Lee County
“[My sister] won many battles throughout her five years of life with several heart surgeries and procedures…[Through] so many generous givers, we were blessed with gifts of time, special items for [my sister] and prayers.”

Grant Recipient
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