Project F.A.I.T.H. FAQ

The F.A.I.T.H program (Funding Assistance In Trying Hours) is designed to provide financial assistance and services to veterans of the United States Military in Bastrop and neighboring Counties. F.A.I.T.H aids veterans by funding direct financial assistance to veterans and their immediate families for basic needs, including but not limited to: transportation, medical assistance, food, shelter, clothing and even building a mobility ramp like the one pictured here.

Many veterans struggle during times of emergency or crisis. Project F.A.I.T.H. provides a means to enable these brave service men and women to get a leg up while returning to a more productive, fulfilling life with their families after an emergency or crisis.  When we help improve the lives of our veterans, we also improve the quality of life for their families, communities, and our Country as a whole.

To be eligible for the F.A.I.T.H program, you must have served honorably in the United States Military and provide proof of that service.

The mobility ramp pictured here is just one example of assistance provided to a veteran.  Some of the many others include: repairing a vehicle so a veteran can travel to dialysis; providing a vehicle so a veteran could get to and from work; providing grocery store gift cards for food; catching up on rent and/or utility bills; assisting with travel expenses for a family court appearance just to name a few.