" Since the beginning of Repforce, my heart was to give back a portion of our profits to those who are in need, and those that are fighting big fights. Our company has been blessed year after year, and I truly believe it is because our mission as a company has always been bigger than the profits. Repforce is headquartered in Levelland Texas and we take pride in giving back to our community. We are also invested in several individuals, and organizations, that have an impact all across the world. We are proud to partner with these causes and we want to share them with you.
Our hope is that you too will find places you can help, and share those places with others. "
- Dusty Slaughter
President | Founder
ANDY & RACHEL MILLER FAMILY
With the idea that “major cities influence the world”, The Millers have a passion to awaken the world's major hubs of both business and culture; cities that have the influential & affecting power to transform nations if they themselves can be transformed by the love of Jesus. In addition, they have
a heart for orphans. Not only have they themselves adopted three children, but they also long to encourage & spur the body of Christ to do their part in bringing justice to the fatherless. They are currently living in New York City and ministering to the needs of the people.
Bill’s Backpacks is a Levelland, TX organization established to help meet the food needs of local children who go hungry outside of school hours. In the last eight years Bill’s Backpacks has grown to serve approximately 180 students on all six campuses, but this program has also grown to an annual cost of over $30,000, just to cover the weekends. Sacks are assembled and delivered to each campus every week. Each student is given 10 items that are child friendly and ready to eat.
COVENANT HEALTH FOUNDATION
As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, separate from Covenant Health, Covenant Health Foundation reaches out to the community to secure funding for projects that assist the hospital. We strive to carry on the successful legacies of the St. Mary of the Plains Hospital Foundation and the Lubbock Methodist Hospital Foundation, two organizations that merged in 1998. The need for charitable contributions continues. The Foundation is also raising funds for a $450 million capital improvements project, Keeping the Covenant - Faith and Healing for the Next 100 Years.
HOCKLEY COUNTY JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SALE
The Hockley County Junior Livestock Sale supports local kids involved in Livestock and Ag at their community schools. The funds generated from the sale, assist students with their future livestock projects, as well as funding college tuition for many.
SOUTH PLAINS COLLEGE FOUNDATION
Over its history, the SPC Foundation has focused its efforts primarily on providing assistance in the form of scholarships and scholarship endowments. However, gifts and donations are also sought which support professional development endowments, capital improvements, program enrichment and other related educational activities that advance the College. The Foundation serves the entire college system with its campus in Levelland and centers in Lubbock and Plainview, Texas. The Foundation administers more than
300 active scholarship endowments and programs that provide scholarships for more than 850 students each year.