Supporting Our Local Communities!

AllTerra Central (formerly Martin Instrument & WDS) believes in giving back and supporting our communities through charitable giving. At the end of every year we select local non-profits that are doing good work in the community and make a financial gift to help them further their efforts.

For 2018, we were happy to share our profits to help support 3 incredible organizations:

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Camp Hope (ptsdusa.org/camp-hope) 
Camp hope provides interim housing for our wounded warriors, veterans and their families suffering from combat related ptsd in a caring and positive environment. The facility opened in 2012 and is located in a quiet and safe setting in Houston, Texas whereby veterans and their immediate family members can find healing, help and hope while benefiting from an intensive peer support and mentoring program for post traumatic stress.

Parker

Parker's Packages
Parker's Packages is a non-profit organization that collects items to donate for kids undergoing care at Texas Children's Hospital. The organization was formed in honor of Parker Belcher.

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Texas CASA (texascasa.org)
Texas CASA’s mission is to support local CASA volunteer advocacy programs and to advocate for effective public policy for or abused and neglected children in the child protection system. Texas CASA envisions a safe and positive future for all Texas children.

We encourage our customers and friends to consider giving to these very worthy causes.  - The AllTerra Central Team
 

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For 2017 we concentrated our giving to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Texas.

For 2016 we were happy to share our profits to help support 3 incredible organizations:

 

 

Foster Village (fostervillageaustin.org)

The mission of Foster Village is to come alongside families in the Austin area foster care system and families at risk of separation and show them that they are not alone. By providing a "welcome pack" for each new foster child, they hope to alleviate some of the stress that comes with those first days after placement. They know how important connection and stability are, especially during those first (often uncertain and traumatic) days. It is their goal to 'be a  village' to these families and children walking through difficult circumstances.

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Trinity Oaks (trinityoaks.org)

Trinity Oaks uses hunting, fishing, and outdoor activities to give back and make a difference in the lives of others. Their programs and services are for under served populations such as veterans, youth, terminally ill and disabled; who benefit immensely from the outdoors, but otherwise would not be able to afford the experience.They also privately process and distribute the surplus meat from their hunts to faith-based soup kitchens, homeless shelters, orphanages, battered women's homes, and our military troops overseas.

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Allies Against Slavery (alliesagainstslavery.org)

Allies Against Slavery develops community networks that build slave-free cities. Working to that end, they engage and mobilize the community through advocacy, education and activism initiatives, support and empower local survivors of human trafficking alongside our partners. 

 

2015 Charity Recipients:
Mobile Loaves and Fishes
Amala Foundation
Austin Children’s Shelter

2014 Charity Recipients:
Candlelight Ranch
The Arc of the Capital Area
Merced Housing

2013 Charity Recipients:
New Life Children’s Center (now Upbring)

 

Other Organizations Supported:
Lift Alliance (now SAFE)
Foundation Communities
Camp Craig Allen