Who We Are
At Upbring, we are changemakers determined to create a world where all children are cherished. Inspired by faith, we diligently serve children and families.
What We Do
With our partners, we deliver services that produce measurable progress toward five key markers of every child’s well‑being: safety, life skills, education, health and vocation.
How We Succeed
Our mission to break the cycle of child abuse is bigger than any single organization. Working with our generous friends and our key stakeholders, Upbring is building brighter futures for Texas children.
A Hero is
a person who is appreciated for their courage, accomplishments or honorable qualities. Heroes put others first, give when it’s not required of them and stand up for what they know is right, even when it won’t be easy. Many of the children in our care walked through life without a hero by their side. Their lives may have been filled with violence, fear and hopelessness…until you showed them that a different future was possible.
Below, we’ll share real stories about children and families whose lives were changed because of your support.
Thank you for your shared partnership and steadfast support.
Stories of Your Impact
Upbring’s Innovation Lab teamed up with some of the world’s largest retailers, enabling you to make an immediate impact on the lives of children and families who need your support. Visit Upbring.org/Shop to learn more about how you can help.
New Head Start
Upbring received a grant award to serve over 400 additional children and families at 11 new locations through our Head Start and Early Head Start programs. We now serve more than 700 children and families through 15 total locations.
25 Years of
New Life Children’s Center celebrated 25 years of
life-changing services that restore hope and promote healing. Thank you for making this possible through your gifts and support.
The 86th Texas
Texas is a better state for children and families because of the work accomplished during the 86th Legislature. Upbring offered public support for 83 bills, 34 of which were signed into law and none of the nine measures we publicly opposed were enacted.
All information is from Upbring’s Fiscal year 2019 – April 1, 2018 thru March 31, 2019..