Shieldbearer Join the Fight For Hearts
(Main Office & Mailing Address)
12345 Jones Road, Suite 285
Houston, Texas 77070
In the fall of 2005, Matthew White decided to do something about the growing number of families he had known who had fallen apart over the years. He had witnessed marriages end due to affairs, internet pornography issues, and unhealthy communication. The devastating effect of divorce on the exes and their children was hard to bare.
With the help of several others who joined him in the cause to save marriages and families, Matthew became the founder of a nonprofit designed to make a difference. The community-minded volunteers decided to name the nonprofit Shield Bearer.
“The Shield-bearer’s primary purpose was to help the soldier battle to victory.”
For centuries when hand-to-hand battles were fought, the fighting soldiers had someone who went into the battle with them to assist them with supplies and resources. The Shield-bearer’s primary purpose was to help the soldier battle to victory.
Shield Bearer is fighting for hearts of people, couples, families and adolescents as they battle to victory. Shield Bearer exists to help people struggling with personal, marital and family problems.
Since we opened our doors in the summer of 2006, Shield Bearer has grown into a multi-service organization. Last year Shield Bearer provided professional counseling services to over 7,000 hurting hearts without regard to ability to pay. Through community, school and faith based services, over 7,600 lives have been affected by the programs and services of Shield-Bearer.
Matthew and the initial group of volunteers have been joined by numerous others who serve as Shield Bearers through their volunteer efforts and financial support.
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