For 40 years, the Texas Outdoor Education Association has gathered in the Frio River Canyon to enhance its mission.
Creating space for families from different backgrounds to be together in an unusual way.
This border community has been bringing groups to the Canyon two or three times a year for 49 years running, driving dozens of kids in packed school buses 10 hours through the night.
Since 1996, the Foundation's internship program has evolved from a year’s job into a professional and spiritual development program for young professionals.
Houston nonprofit shows hope, determination, and grit amidst Hurricane Harvey's aftermath.
There is an unseen force that makes Laity Lodge Youth Camp operate as successfully as it does—an always-reliable army of high school juniors who get things done behind the scenes.
Jimmy Abegg is losing his eyesight, yet he continues to paint.
Laity Lodge construction and 1,573 LLYC campers. Family Campers enjoing outdoor elements and Foundation Campers establishing new rhythms. Overall, the Canyon had an amazing summer in 2016.