CapRock Oil Tools, a manufacturer of specialized oil-rig drill bits, provided a year-end gift of over $40,000 to Forgotten Angels to help with the care of individuals with special needs.
Glenn Gault, president of CapRock, explained that in the process of manufacturing their product, there is always some scrap left over that they have been selling all year. He views the scrap as gleanings, a biblical term describing God’s provision for the poor in ancient Israel. His family had prayed about how to honor God with the gleanings and decided that the mission of Forgotten Angels fit their purpose.
Forgotten Angels provides quality care for developmentally and mentally challenged individuals. Based on individual assessed needs, they receive a comprehensive array of services including supervised living, foster/companion care, supported home living, transportation, in-home skills training, community integration, nursing, dietary planning and occupational and physical therapy. The Forgotten Angels Foundation assists in this effort by providing specially designed houses and facilities and by supporting enrichment opportunities, educational enhancement and opportunities for social skills development and individualized training to improve and maintain their independence, academic skills and abilities.
For information on Forgotten Angels contact Holly McDonald, 281-412-6435, ext. 136 or [email protected]