DonationsHappiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. - Ben Carson
We (that’s Tanya and her partner at PatchworkLabs) want to support Kris in her efforts to offer the homeless a place where they can rest, where they can be at ease and get off the streets during the cold winters and hot summers. Our way of helping is to keep up this homepage and share her work with the world, with you.
If you would like to help, the Garage will greatly appreciate your financial support. They only need a few dollars a month for power, coffee, stamps, pens and paper, … even such basic things as toilet paper.
Thank you for supporting not only this cause, but also for taking the time to have a look at this website. We do hope it will raise the awareness for the people who benefit from Kris’ tirelessly efforts to make this world a better place for others.
God bless you,
Tanya & Axel
Lay Catholics Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin began the Catholic Worker Movement in the 1930s to try to live the neglected social teachings of Christianity and the church. Not all Catholic Workers are Catholic. Kris is not. The movement calls people to create ways to live together and act on their faith. It has no centralized structure at all—it is an organism, not an organization.
Quixote’s Garage is not an institutional provider of social services, nor is it a grant-writing operation.