Trinity Oaks Foundation
Having worked as a middle school teacher and school counselor for over twenty years, Douglas “Doug” Grant is currently a licensed professional counselor. He practices in a variety of areas, including geropsychology, addiction, and crisis/trauma counseling. Douglas Grant also supports a number of charitable organizations, including the Trinity Oaks Foundation.
The Trinity Oaks Foundation helps families in need by donating wild game meat, which can be used for meals. Established in 2007, the foundation is a nonprofit organization that uses outdoor hunting and fishing activities to give back to the community. Since its inception, the foundation has helped more than 3,400 people.
The Trinity Oaks Foundation distributes more than 9,000 pounds of meat each month to families and individuals throughout the Southern Texas and Northern Mexico area. The program also helps support combat veterans and Purple Heart recipients who have family members that are dealing with terminal illnesses along with young people in need.
Trinity Oaks Foundation
A teacher by profession, Douglas Grant supports his community on a personal level as well. As an experienced teacher, Douglas Grant is an active supporter of Trinity Oaks Foundation, which offers hunting and fishing experiences, as well as food for families in need.
For veterans, children, individuals with disabilities, and patients with terminal illnesses, Trinity Oaks Foundation offers participatory programs that are both enjoyable and healing. Its hero celebrations for military service personnel provide the therapeutic experience of hunting and fishing in scenic natural settings. Through such adaptations as a customized all-terrain wheelchair, and accommodations for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the foundation strives to ensure that any veteran can enjoy the experience.
The foundation also offers a wide variety of hunting, fishing, and outdoor adventure programs for young people. Its middle and high school programs challenge adolescent participants to develop such skills as archery, orienteering, and survival skills, as well as self-confidence, while its children’s events introduce participants to the satisfaction of outdoor hunting adventures. Furthermore, through its Dream Trips program, the Trinity Oaks Foundation offers such adventures to those with terminal illnesses and physical disabilities.
Trinity Oaks Foundation also maintains a complete meat processing and distribution center. There, the organization handles approximately 7,000 pounds of meet per year. The organization donates this meat to shelters, food banks, and orphanages, where approximately 1,150 individuals per day receive a healthy meal full of protein.