It’s a beautiful day @warpedtour in Virginia beach! Come hang out and #bringyourdarknesstolight! #skad #warpedtour #hope

It’s a beautiful day @warpedtour in Virginia beach! Come hang out and #bringyourdarknesstolight! #skad #warpedtour #hope

Warped Update 5.


Psalm 139:12 says “Even the darkness is not dark you” and that’s something we at SKAD have been clinging too lately. Whether it be our team in Tyler, that are working with our local teens or our amazing volunteers on Warped Tour. We were so inspired by that verse that we even had our talented friend Corinne Buchannan create a shirt for us. Anyway, when I read a card like the one above, I just see the hurt, the struggles, the pain, and for anyone without Christ, they would probably look at that and think there is no hope-even the person that wrote that card, may feel like there isn’t any hope. However, I’m here today to tell you that ‘EVEN THE DARKNESS IS NOT DARK TO HIM.’ Your biggest struggles, your deepest darkest secrets, and anything you think people would shun you for-it still doesn’t phase the Lord. Let Him give you peace, comfort, freedom and allow Him to be the light in your life. You’re worth it.



If you haven’t watched our most recent video about our outreach on Warped Tour, please take time to do so.


Last week, I was in the office and received a Facebook message from a young lady on the SKAD facebook and this is what it said:


"I saw you today in Cincinnati and wanted to know what you were about, but never got around to asking even though I was volunteering at the booth right next to you. Near the end of the non-profit day (5:30, 6ish), I had ventured out into the crowd for the first time that day and came back a few minutes later after buying a shirt. For some reason, my anxiety was acting up (in all my years of volunteering at Warped Tour it never has before). In the midst of trying to deep breathe myself out of a panic attack and taking a little bit of my medicine, I looked over and saw a teenage boy crying at your booth talking to one of you. It shocked me at first, but I assumed he had gotten hurt and was waiting for First Aid or something. Seeing someone crying was making my anxiety worse, then I looked over again and saw -you- (whoever the man running your booth is) holding his hands over the boys head and it looked like he was praying. I automatically understood, he was experiencing the same thing I was. Maybe not anxiety, but some crippling form of emotional pain. I wanted to cry right then, because seeing -you- help talk him through it was helping me, almost like his calm demeanor and energy was radiating. I wanted to go over and say something once the boy left, but I was afraid. The people I was with are friends, but I still don’t feel like they would understand if I went over to say something to the people working your booth. The stigma behind mental illness is getting better, but not everyone is accepting yet. I’m sorry for the long message, but I just need to say thank you. Thank you for what you are doing, what you stand for, and the safe environment you give to people who need it. Thank you for being fearless in a society that wants to point fingers instead of opening arms. Thank you. I’m sorry for the long message, but please pass on to the two people who are working your booth that they are making a difference even if they don’t realize it."  — Anonymous

After reading that message, I was so moved and encouraged by it, that I shared it with David and Madison. David was so blown away and then shared the story about what was actually happening when the girl witnessed that.


"It was about 30 minutes to close, super slow day, when out of nowhere this dude and his girlfriend ran up to the tent and started off the conversation by asking me if I was a Christian and if I could pray for the guy. (My guess is they saw "JOHN 10:10" on the tent). The guy proceeded to tell me about how he’s a volunteer fire fighter who suffers from PTSD. When we began to pray that God would fill him with peace, he started weeping, I asked Him what was going on, he then told me all about how he had been involved in witchcraft, the occult, and even blood sacrifices. I took Him to the back of the tent and asked Him if He wanted to be free from all that and he was desperate for freedom. I briefly shared the gospel with Him and explained that even the darkness is not dark to God and how no matter what he’s been involved in or bound by, the blood of Jesus is powerful enough to set Him free. With many tears He renounced all of His witchcraft and ties with the occult, repented of His sin, and gave His life to Christ."  — David Rozier

That story is reason enough to be out there. Lives are being impacted whether they stop by the tent or whether they’re just passing by.


"A young girl came up to the board and as she was reading the cards, I asked if I could tell her about SKAD. She wanted to fill out a card right away and when she did, It read - ‘I love drugs way too much.’ I asked more about it and she really opened up about what type she liked, the highs, and how it made her feel- positive and negative. She stated that she has talked herself back from the edge of death. As we continued to talk I asked her if she felt like she was worth more and if she thought she was loved and cared for. She said she was sure her friends and family did. So I asked how they would feel about her not being around if something happened. I was able to really impress on her how unexpected death is and how the drugs could affect her by telling her about the loss I just had the night before. It really hit home about the severity of it then, and she seemed genuinely serious about trying to be free of them. We talked about a lot of random stuff following that, including snowboarding, which she was so passionate about. She came back later to talk even more and we really kept bonding."  — Madison Vander Hamm

Last week, our volunteer Madison lost a friend named CJ and texted me around 2:45 AM to tell me about it and yet, she still got up early the next morning and went out to continue outreach. That right there, shows the power and strength of the Lord. The story above also shows how God can use anything and everything for His glory. He can take dark situations and use them for something beautiful. Don’t ever forget that.


We only have a few weeks left of the tour and we ask that you continue praying for David and Madison and the teens that stop by our tent to bring their darkness to light.



We still need $4545.71 to finish out the tour, so please consider giving.
We are having a local car wash fundraiser this Saturday the 26th at CVS on Broadway and 5th street-next to Bergfeld park. It starts at 8 am and will last until there are no cars left. Please come by and let us wash your car, so we can continue impacting lives of young people locally and nationally.
We are also having a garage sale this Friday (8-4) & Saturday (8-1) the 25th & 26th. Please come by and spread the word. If you have any thing you want to donate (local only please) that we can sell in our garage sale, please contact me at stellaskad@gmail.com and I will come and pick up the goods.



It’s not rare or random for us to receive messages from kids that stopped by our tent, so here’s another that I wanted to share with you. I think it’s great that David took a photo of Gumby with her card, posted it to our Instagram and she ended up contacting us. How awesome.



"You guys are doing amazing things. Yesterday was my first Warped tour and my clever self spent it in a gumby costume the majority of the time. I was walking past the tents trying to get people to smile and someone pulled me I to this one (matt or David. I feel terrible for not remembering but I do remember his story and love it.) I spent maybe 20-30 just in the tent with him while my friend had to wander because she was bored. After writing out a card, I wasn’t afraid to write my first name, he asked if he could read it. I have nothing to hide, so sure. He seemed surprised of everything I had to go through. After he read it I told him everything since it wouldn’t fit on one card, and that just seemed to blow him away. He asked if he could share him story, and of course I said yes. I’m always intrigued to hear where people come from and what they had to do to get to where they are. It just blew me away and it made me so happy to hear that God was involved in a huge way. I’ve heard these stories where people curse god and get better on their own, but being a Christian in a metal scene, it really made my day. He asked if he could pray for me and of course I said yes, even the people in our church just shunned me away after learning about my past, never praying for me. We ended up praying right there in the tent and it was all I could do not to tear up. I truly appreciate everything he did for me, and everything He’s done for me so far, even though I’m still not okay. Thank you guys so much for being on Warped, and please share this with him so I might be able to find him."  — Anonymous Gumby

This post is dedicated to CJ Eckhardt, may he rest in peace.

Warped Update 5.


Psalm 139:12 says “Even the darkness is not dark you” and that’s something we at SKAD have been clinging too lately. Whether it be our team in Tyler, that are working with our local teens or our amazing volunteers on Warped Tour. We were so inspired by that verse that we even had our talented friend Corinne Buchannan create a shirt for us. Anyway, when I read a card like the one above, I just see the hurt, the struggles, the pain, and for anyone without Christ, they would probably look at that and think there is no hope-even the person that wrote that card, may feel like there isn’t any hope. However, I’m here today to tell you that ‘EVEN THE DARKNESS IS NOT DARK TO HIM.’ Your biggest struggles, your deepest darkest secrets, and anything you think people would shun you for-it still doesn’t phase the Lord. Let Him give you peace, comfort, freedom and allow Him to be the light in your life. You’re worth it.



If you haven’t watched our most recent video about our outreach on Warped Tour, please take time to do so.


Last week, I was in the office and received a Facebook message from a young lady on the SKAD facebook and this is what it said:


"I saw you today in Cincinnati and wanted to know what you were about, but never got around to asking even though I was volunteering at the booth right next to you. Near the end of the non-profit day (5:30, 6ish), I had ventured out into the crowd for the first time that day and came back a few minutes later after buying a shirt. For some reason, my anxiety was acting up (in all my years of volunteering at Warped Tour it never has before). In the midst of trying to deep breathe myself out of a panic attack and taking a little bit of my medicine, I looked over and saw a teenage boy crying at your booth talking to one of you. It shocked me at first, but I assumed he had gotten hurt and was waiting for First Aid or something. Seeing someone crying was making my anxiety worse, then I looked over again and saw -you- (whoever the man running your booth is) holding his hands over the boys head and it looked like he was praying. I automatically understood, he was experiencing the same thing I was. Maybe not anxiety, but some crippling form of emotional pain. I wanted to cry right then, because seeing -you- help talk him through it was helping me, almost like his calm demeanor and energy was radiating. I wanted to go over and say something once the boy left, but I was afraid. The people I was with are friends, but I still don’t feel like they would understand if I went over to say something to the people working your booth. The stigma behind mental illness is getting better, but not everyone is accepting yet. I’m sorry for the long message, but I just need to say thank you. Thank you for what you are doing, what you stand for, and the safe environment you give to people who need it. Thank you for being fearless in a society that wants to point fingers instead of opening arms. Thank you. I’m sorry for the long message, but please pass on to the two people who are working your booth that they are making a difference even if they don’t realize it."  — Anonymous

After reading that message, I was so moved and encouraged by it, that I shared it with David and Madison. David was so blown away and then shared the story about what was actually happening when the girl witnessed that.


"It was about 30 minutes to close, super slow day, when out of nowhere this dude and his girlfriend ran up to the tent and started off the conversation by asking me if I was a Christian and if I could pray for the guy. (My guess is they saw "JOHN 10:10" on the tent). The guy proceeded to tell me about how he’s a volunteer fire fighter who suffers from PTSD. When we began to pray that God would fill him with peace, he started weeping, I asked Him what was going on, he then told me all about how he had been involved in witchcraft, the occult, and even blood sacrifices. I took Him to the back of the tent and asked Him if He wanted to be free from all that and he was desperate for freedom. I briefly shared the gospel with Him and explained that even the darkness is not dark to God and how no matter what he’s been involved in or bound by, the blood of Jesus is powerful enough to set Him free. With many tears He renounced all of His witchcraft and ties with the occult, repented of His sin, and gave His life to Christ."  — David Rozier

That story is reason enough to be out there. Lives are being impacted whether they stop by the tent or whether they’re just passing by.


"A young girl came up to the board and as she was reading the cards, I asked if I could tell her about SKAD. She wanted to fill out a card right away and when she did, It read - ‘I love drugs way too much.’ I asked more about it and she really opened up about what type she liked, the highs, and how it made her feel- positive and negative. She stated that she has talked herself back from the edge of death. As we continued to talk I asked her if she felt like she was worth more and if she thought she was loved and cared for. She said she was sure her friends and family did. So I asked how they would feel about her not being around if something happened. I was able to really impress on her how unexpected death is and how the drugs could affect her by telling her about the loss I just had the night before. It really hit home about the severity of it then, and she seemed genuinely serious about trying to be free of them. We talked about a lot of random stuff following that, including snowboarding, which she was so passionate about. She came back later to talk even more and we really kept bonding."  — Madison Vander Hamm

Last week, our volunteer Madison lost a friend named CJ and texted me around 2:45 AM to tell me about it and yet, she still got up early the next morning and went out to continue outreach. That right there, shows the power and strength of the Lord. The story above also shows how God can use anything and everything for His glory. He can take dark situations and use them for something beautiful. Don’t ever forget that.


We only have a few weeks left of the tour and we ask that you continue praying for David and Madison and the teens that stop by our tent to bring their darkness to light.



We still need $4545.71 to finish out the tour, so please consider giving.
We are having a local car wash fundraiser this Saturday the 26th at CVS on Broadway and 5th street-next to Bergfeld park. It starts at 8 am and will last until there are no cars left. Please come by and let us wash your car, so we can continue impacting lives of young people locally and nationally.
We are also having a garage sale this Friday (8-4) & Saturday (8-1) the 25th & 26th. Please come by and spread the word. If you have any thing you want to donate (local only please) that we can sell in our garage sale, please contact me at stellaskad@gmail.com and I will come and pick up the goods.



It’s not rare or random for us to receive messages from kids that stopped by our tent, so here’s another that I wanted to share with you. I think it’s great that David took a photo of Gumby with her card, posted it to our Instagram and she ended up contacting us. How awesome.



"You guys are doing amazing things. Yesterday was my first Warped tour and my clever self spent it in a gumby costume the majority of the time. I was walking past the tents trying to get people to smile and someone pulled me I to this one (matt or David. I feel terrible for not remembering but I do remember his story and love it.) I spent maybe 20-30 just in the tent with him while my friend had to wander because she was bored. After writing out a card, I wasn’t afraid to write my first name, he asked if he could read it. I have nothing to hide, so sure. He seemed surprised of everything I had to go through. After he read it I told him everything since it wouldn’t fit on one card, and that just seemed to blow him away. He asked if he could share him story, and of course I said yes. I’m always intrigued to hear where people come from and what they had to do to get to where they are. It just blew me away and it made me so happy to hear that God was involved in a huge way. I’ve heard these stories where people curse god and get better on their own, but being a Christian in a metal scene, it really made my day. He asked if he could pray for me and of course I said yes, even the people in our church just shunned me away after learning about my past, never praying for me. We ended up praying right there in the tent and it was all I could do not to tear up. I truly appreciate everything he did for me, and everything He’s done for me so far, even though I’m still not okay. Thank you guys so much for being on Warped, and please share this with him so I might be able to find him."  — Anonymous Gumby
Warped Update 5.


Psalm 139:12 says “Even the darkness is not dark you” and that’s something we at SKAD have been clinging too lately. Whether it be our team in Tyler, that are working with our local teens or our amazing volunteers on Warped Tour. We were so inspired by that verse that we even had our talented friend Corinne Buchannan create a shirt for us. Anyway, when I read a card like the one above, I just see the hurt, the struggles, the pain, and for anyone without Christ, they would probably look at that and think there is no hope-even the person that wrote that card, may feel like there isn’t any hope. However, I’m here today to tell you that ‘EVEN THE DARKNESS IS NOT DARK TO HIM.’ Your biggest struggles, your deepest darkest secrets, and anything you think people would shun you for-it still doesn’t phase the Lord. Let Him give you peace, comfort, freedom and allow Him to be the light in your life. You’re worth it.



If you haven’t watched our most recent video about our outreach on Warped Tour, please take time to do so.


Last week, I was in the office and received a Facebook message from a young lady on the SKAD facebook and this is what it said:


"I saw you today in Cincinnati and wanted to know what you were about, but never got around to asking even though I was volunteering at the booth right next to you. Near the end of the non-profit day (5:30, 6ish), I had ventured out into the crowd for the first time that day and came back a few minutes later after buying a shirt. For some reason, my anxiety was acting up (in all my years of volunteering at Warped Tour it never has before). In the midst of trying to deep breathe myself out of a panic attack and taking a little bit of my medicine, I looked over and saw a teenage boy crying at your booth talking to one of you. It shocked me at first, but I assumed he had gotten hurt and was waiting for First Aid or something. Seeing someone crying was making my anxiety worse, then I looked over again and saw -you- (whoever the man running your booth is) holding his hands over the boys head and it looked like he was praying. I automatically understood, he was experiencing the same thing I was. Maybe not anxiety, but some crippling form of emotional pain. I wanted to cry right then, because seeing -you- help talk him through it was helping me, almost like his calm demeanor and energy was radiating. I wanted to go over and say something once the boy left, but I was afraid. The people I was with are friends, but I still don’t feel like they would understand if I went over to say something to the people working your booth. The stigma behind mental illness is getting better, but not everyone is accepting yet. I’m sorry for the long message, but I just need to say thank you. Thank you for what you are doing, what you stand for, and the safe environment you give to people who need it. Thank you for being fearless in a society that wants to point fingers instead of opening arms. Thank you. I’m sorry for the long message, but please pass on to the two people who are working your booth that they are making a difference even if they don’t realize it."  — Anonymous

After reading that message, I was so moved and encouraged by it, that I shared it with David and Madison. David was so blown away and then shared the story about what was actually happening when the girl witnessed that.


"It was about 30 minutes to close, super slow day, when out of nowhere this dude and his girlfriend ran up to the tent and started off the conversation by asking me if I was a Christian and if I could pray for the guy. (My guess is they saw "JOHN 10:10" on the tent). The guy proceeded to tell me about how he’s a volunteer fire fighter who suffers from PTSD. When we began to pray that God would fill him with peace, he started weeping, I asked Him what was going on, he then told me all about how he had been involved in witchcraft, the occult, and even blood sacrifices. I took Him to the back of the tent and asked Him if He wanted to be free from all that and he was desperate for freedom. I briefly shared the gospel with Him and explained that even the darkness is not dark to God and how no matter what he’s been involved in or bound by, the blood of Jesus is powerful enough to set Him free. With many tears He renounced all of His witchcraft and ties with the occult, repented of His sin, and gave His life to Christ."  — David Rozier

That story is reason enough to be out there. Lives are being impacted whether they stop by the tent or whether they’re just passing by.


"A young girl came up to the board and as she was reading the cards, I asked if I could tell her about SKAD. She wanted to fill out a card right away and when she did, It read - ‘I love drugs way too much.’ I asked more about it and she really opened up about what type she liked, the highs, and how it made her feel- positive and negative. She stated that she has talked herself back from the edge of death. As we continued to talk I asked her if she felt like she was worth more and if she thought she was loved and cared for. She said she was sure her friends and family did. So I asked how they would feel about her not being around if something happened. I was able to really impress on her how unexpected death is and how the drugs could affect her by telling her about the loss I just had the night before. It really hit home about the severity of it then, and she seemed genuinely serious about trying to be free of them. We talked about a lot of random stuff following that, including snowboarding, which she was so passionate about. She came back later to talk even more and we really kept bonding."  — Madison Vander Hamm

Last week, our volunteer Madison lost a friend named CJ and texted me around 2:45 AM to tell me about it and yet, she still got up early the next morning and went out to continue outreach. That right there, shows the power and strength of the Lord. The story above also shows how God can use anything and everything for His glory. He can take dark situations and use them for something beautiful. Don’t ever forget that.


We only have a few weeks left of the tour and we ask that you continue praying for David and Madison and the teens that stop by our tent to bring their darkness to light.



We still need $4545.71 to finish out the tour, so please consider giving.
We are having a local car wash fundraiser this Saturday the 26th at CVS on Broadway and 5th street-next to Bergfeld park. It starts at 8 am and will last until there are no cars left. Please come by and let us wash your car, so we can continue impacting lives of young people locally and nationally.
We are also having a garage sale this Friday (8-4) & Saturday (8-1) the 25th & 26th. Please come by and spread the word. If you have any thing you want to donate (local only please) that we can sell in our garage sale, please contact me at stellaskad@gmail.com and I will come and pick up the goods.



It’s not rare or random for us to receive messages from kids that stopped by our tent, so here’s another that I wanted to share with you. I think it’s great that David took a photo of Gumby with her card, posted it to our Instagram and she ended up contacting us. How awesome.



"You guys are doing amazing things. Yesterday was my first Warped tour and my clever self spent it in a gumby costume the majority of the time. I was walking past the tents trying to get people to smile and someone pulled me I to this one (matt or David. I feel terrible for not remembering but I do remember his story and love it.) I spent maybe 20-30 just in the tent with him while my friend had to wander because she was bored. After writing out a card, I wasn’t afraid to write my first name, he asked if he could read it. I have nothing to hide, so sure. He seemed surprised of everything I had to go through. After he read it I told him everything since it wouldn’t fit on one card, and that just seemed to blow him away. He asked if he could share him story, and of course I said yes. I’m always intrigued to hear where people come from and what they had to do to get to where they are. It just blew me away and it made me so happy to hear that God was involved in a huge way. I’ve heard these stories where people curse god and get better on their own, but being a Christian in a metal scene, it really made my day. He asked if he could pray for me and of course I said yes, even the people in our church just shunned me away after learning about my past, never praying for me. We ended up praying right there in the tent and it was all I could do not to tear up. I truly appreciate everything he did for me, and everything He’s done for me so far, even though I’m still not okay. Thank you guys so much for being on Warped, and please share this with him so I might be able to find him."  — Anonymous Gumby
SKAD Warped Tour Video

Happy Friday friends! We only have a few weeks of Warped Tour left and we wanted to share this video with you to give you the Warped Tour experience from the perspective of our team. Check it out, pass it around and have a great weekend and expect an update on Monday!


SKAD Warped Tour 2014 from Matthew Hogan on Vimeo.

After-school programs you say?!? It’s getting real y’all! #skad #nonprofit #youthoutreach

After-school programs you say?!? It’s getting real y’all! #skad #nonprofit #youthoutreach

Warped Update 4.

It’s so hard to believe that so many young people feel this way on a regular basis. They feel as if they’re walking alone in life and not a single person understands. When our outreach team is at Warped Tour, we have the chance to tell them the very thing they long to believe-‘You are not alone in this.’ This is a chance to feed the wandering, hungry soul, that goes from one thing to another to fill the voids in their heart. We encourage you to stop and listen to a young person this week and ask them how they’re doing. Maybe that teen will open up immediately or perhaps you may have to be intentional more than once-but our hope is that you would make an effort. You have the chance to change lives by investing in these teens and pointing them in the right direction. You can offer everlasting hope to them, something that they crave. Those of you that have truth deep in the wells of your heart and soul, get outside of your comfort zone and bubble, and reach out to the lost, the broken, and the outcast. Show them that our Father longs to dine with them, to meet them where they’re at. You can be an example of that, by doing the same.
 



Sometimes we wonder how much lives are really being affected and often times, we just have to trust that the Lord is moving in the hearts of the kids that come by the tent. However, last week, we were insanely blessed by Beth taking the time to make this video to encourage us and we wanted to share it with you. Enjoy!



"Two girls came into the tent after Madison told them about SKAD and between the two of them they wrote 3 cards. I could tell they had bottled everything up for so long and that they never really talked about it. They had very similar struggles, anxiety, depression, feelings of hopelessness and feeling unwanted. They had both been through a lot in life already at the ages of 14 and 15, they both came from very rough families, one of which had abusive parents. After they filled out the cards and talked. One of them asked me how I overcame my struggles, I was able to share what Christ had done in my life, as I was telling them about it, their faces lit up like they had never heard anything like that before. I encouraged them that if anyone least deserved all that Christ had done in my life it was me and that I was really just an average person, that He could do that in anyone’s life. They told me they believed it wasn’t an accident that they came by, and that it was exactly what they needed, and left with smiles on their faces, filled with hope. "  — David Rozier


"A young girl walked by the tent, and I stepped out to ask how she was doing. She said ok, and I asked if she had a minute to hear what we were about. I explained it and she said she would love to fill out a card. She wrote that she felt forgettable, and that no one would remember her. When I asked why, she said everyone always bailed on her. I poured out what she was worth, how beautiful and loved she is, and explained Christs love for her. She had never heard of it like that, she only believed in a higher power. After she said that, I said asked if I could break down what helped me know I was loved. I broke the gospel down for her and she just kept tearing up. I asked if she wanted that love. She said yes- I stepped in and looked her right in the eye and asked specific questions of where her heart was at. She opened up and said yes- she wanted to be free from sin, free from pain, and wanted to be loved unconditionally. I brought her in the tent, asked David to pray with us. And right then, right there, she asked Christ into her heart!!! "  — Madison Vander Hamm

The stories are powerful and there are so many more than just these. Please continue to pray for these young people and our volunteers. The tour is almost finished and it’s hard to believe it has went by this fast. So many lives are being changed each day and it’s an honor to be able to be apart of those heart changes. 


We still need $4.547 to finish off the tour and to cover the entire bus cost, so if you would like to give towards that, please click the donate button below.
We had an open house at our youth outreach center this last Sunday and someone donated the funds we needed to replenish our merch cost and someone else donated to cover the cost of more stickers! So our promotional cost have been taking care of! Thanks to everyone that has given towards this mission.


Our founder with kids and volunteers today at the open house at our facility. Such a great time today and thanks to everyone that dropped by.

Our founder with kids and volunteers today at the open house at our facility. Such a great time today and thanks to everyone that dropped by.

SKAD Community Night testimony: Alexis, 16

SKAD: Alexis Testimonial from Matthew Hogan on Vimeo.


We love this girl so much and it has been quite the honor in getting to know her over the past few months. Keep her in your prayers as she goes through some transitions in life.

It’s almost time for our open house! East Texas, this is for you! Come dream with us about the future for our nonprofit! #tylertx #skad #nonprofit

It’s almost time for our open house! East Texas, this is for you! Come dream with us about the future for our nonprofit! #tylertx #skad #nonprofit