La Posada Receives Donation from Afar

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La Posada Receives Donation from Afar

La Posada has always been incredibly grateful for the lovely donations that are received. Now more than ever, acts of kindness toward the shelter are received with extreme gratitude.  La Posada has graciously been gifted all sorts of masks for the protection of staff and clients. A recent donation received from Carolyn Bayes, who lives

Live the Passion of Service

COVID-19 has changed the way the world is wired.  Many groups and organization are operating outside the box in order to perform normal tasks due to social distancing.  Because of the pandemic, La Posada has restricted access to the public since March.  However, that has not changed our focus on client safety, empowerment, and education. 

Hurricane Hanna

On July 25, 2020, Hurricane Hanna hit the Rio Grande Valley.  Hurricane Hanna began as a tropical storm but quickly transformed into a Category 1 hurricane. La Posada prepared for the storm by gathering flashlights, batteries, and necessary supplies. After the storm, broken branches and debris could be found on the property. Luckily, La Posada

Germs, germs, go away!

Dr. Erica Jarrett is a longtime friend and volunteer at La Posada Providencia.  She has been committed to coming to the shelter once a week for the last five years.  She volunteers her time to perform health checkups on our babies and children that reside at La Posada.  She is a great and helpful resource

After Challenging Journey, Former Client Finds Success

To seek asylum in a new country is a brave, courageous, and life-changing decision. This decision does not come without sacrifice, obstacles, and often many unforeseen circumstances. To leave your home in fear of your life with an uncertainty of what is to come is nothing short of brave, yet thousands of people are forced

Church Youth Find A New Way To Serve

  Because of COVID-19, people and groups wanting to serve are finding new and unique ways of doing so. Current times are unprecedented, so many people are using their creativity to connect and serve. Because of canceled summer mission trips, students from Pflugerville First United Methodist Church in Pflugerville, TX found a new way to help

Winter Texan “Goes the Extra Mile” for Charities

  La Posada Providencia is very fortunate to have good friends who also happen to be compassionate and generous human beings. Recently, we learned about the call to action that one of our friends made to feed the hungry. Moved by the long lines he saw on TV of people waiting for food because of

Not Today COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed the world in many ways. Through unprecedented times, La Posada Providencia has dedicated itself to keeping its clients and staff safe and healthy. Throughout the past few months, La Posada has implemented strategic policies and guidelines to help prevent clients and staff from infection and spreading COVID-19. These policies have and will

Former Client’s Latest Accomplishment Brings Joy

Our clients travel to the United States for many different reasons. Their unique stories can bring hope to those around them and exemplify what it means to persevere through any obstacle. La Posada Providencia has been privileged with serving a client, Shalom, who is exceptionally joyful, strong, and resilient. Her story is worthy of sharing

The Laughter of a Child

Sister Alice Gerdeman, CDP, from Cincinnati, Ohio, always brings such joy to La Posada Providencia.  Sister Alice is a Sister of Divine Providence of Kentucky and we are so lucky that she chose us to visit. Sister Alice stayed at La Posada for the whole month of October this past year and she was such