As individuals or together, Anthony and Stacey have contributed to the following organizations:
Bikes & Bibles
In partnership with Grace Bridge, the Lynn Family Foundation donates every year to the Bikes & Bibles event. It gives children in local communities the opportunity to receive a brand-new bike and Bible for Christmas.
Bettie D. Gonzalez Foundation of Hope
The Bettie D. Gonzalez Foundation of Hope empowers, serves and mentors motherless daughters. When Bettie passed away at the age of 38, she left behind six children. The foundation offers college scholarships to high school seniors and mentors to girls who are facing the unique challenges of navigating life as a motherless daughter.
Crenshaw High Athletics
The Crenshaw High School athletic program seeks to provide an experience of friendly competition that will enable students to develop athletic skills and personal qualities. Program leaders believe that through athletics, students have the opportunity to learn the values of good sportsmanship, self-discipline, loyalty, leadership and friendship.
The mission of Hugs is to enhance the lives of adults with special needs through training and employment. To those involved in the organization, this is more than just a statement, it’s ingrained in everyone’s very soul. In everything, it strive to fulfill the mission and to complete the goal of changing the world one hug at a time.
Privilege to Serve
Privilege to Serve is looking for a way to combine their efforts and make an impact in the world. They believe it is a privilege to be able to pay it forward and use their time, energy and resources to give all individuals opportunities like those they were blessed with. They are humbled by the privilege to serve and welcome you to join their mission.
Pastor Tony Evan's Ministries
The Lynn Family Foundation is a long-time supporter of Dr. Tony Evans. He is one of the country’s most respected leaders in evangelical circles, serving the body of Christ while addressing the practical issues of today.
Young Warriors is a mentoring program for boys, 8-18, who have come up against an undeserved number of obstacles for a young life. These challenges often include inconsistent or non-existent positive male figures, living in poverty and other traumatic experiences.