By Meredith Rose
Students from Fellowship Academy in Kennedale, TX, will run laps in the Fun Run for a Cause service project on Friday, March 12. The run will take place on campus and encourage students pre-K through 12th grade to collect donation pledges benefitting Metroplex Women’s Clinic and Lifeline Children’s Services.
Friends, family, coworkers and neighbors are encouraged to pledge a per-lap or one-time donation in sponsorship of a student. To pledge a donation, click here.
Shauna Moore, Principal at Fellowship Academy, says, “We are excited that our students are learning about service organizations in our area. It is a core value of Fellowship Academy to serve our community and provide these opportunities for our students.”
Metroplex Women’s Clinic, formerly the Arlington-Mansfield Pregnancy Center, is a nonprofit that provides free reproductive and sexual health education, counseling and medical services for women experiencing unplanned pregnancies.
While the clinic does not perform or refer for abortion, it does provide medically-accurate counseling to help inform a mother’s decision.
Lifeline Children’s Services is an adoption agency that provides domestic and international adoption services, family restoration resources, education and counseling for foster and adoptive families.
Three representatives from these organizations will attend the event and speak to participants: Holly Tate, director of Client Services with Metroplex Women’s Center; Melissa Cosby, pregnancy counselor and licensed social worker, and Sarah Hardy, pregnancy counselor, both with Lifeline Children’s Services.
“Fellowship Academy promotes servant leadership in word and in action,” says Moore.
To learn more about Fellowship Academy or schedule a tour, visit fellowship-academy.org or call 817-483-2400.