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Join us in helping give back to those who have very little or given it all!

Toy Drive

Annual Toy Drive

Here at Taxology we aim to spread Holiday Cheer to 1,000 kids through our Annual Christmas Toy Drive held in December. Our hope is that every child will experience the joy of opening a gift every Holiday season. We hold registrations open for the public to sign up their kids and receive the opportunity of obtaining a free gift.

#VetCareKit Program

We’re proud to honor our veterans on Veteran’s Day, but they should be honored every day of the year. As Americans, we have access to freedoms that many people around the world do not. Blood, sweat, and tears have been spilt by our armed forces, and many have paid the ultimate sacrifice to defend our freedom. Taxology has partnered with local charities and non-profit partners to offer support and care for our veterans. Whether it’s a hot meal or an essentials care package, Taxology wants to show appreciation for our military. Join us in helping give back to those who gave so much to us and demonstrating how #TaxologyCares!

Here at Taxology we have devised a plan to provide our homeless veterans with a #VetCareKit which will allow our veterans to receive livelihood essentials while helping them receive the aid they deserve. If you would like to participate and help the cause, donations are accepted at both of our locations or by visiting our GoFundMe account. You can also drop off and help us provide the following items:

  • Small First Aid Kits

  • Soap and Hand sanitizer

  • Deodorant

  • Toothpaste, Mouthwash and Toothbrushes

  • Sunscreen

  • Insect Repellent

  • Gallon-size Ziploc Bags

  • Lotion

  • Shampoo

  • Comb

  • Razors

  • Bottles of water

  • Lightweight Snacks (For example: trail mixes, granola bars, dried fruits, crackers)

  • And/or any items you see fit!


When a mudslide took many lives in the village of Carries in 2009, Linotte and Jean Joseph opened up their home and hearts with love and compassion and welcomed a hundred people to be fed bowls of spaghetti. When Ms Lynn asked God how best she could serve this community that had no help or aid, she found the answer not far from her front door. She walked across the street one day and found a young woman in labor and tried to help her, but by the time they had organized a vehicle to take the woman to a hospital an hour away, the expectant mother died. Ms Lynn knew that this woman's death was so unnecessary, and could have been prevented if there was a clinic near by. At that moment she knew her mission was to serve this community. After the devastating earthquake in January 2010, Linotte and Jean started receiving missionary teams to come and help in the village: hosting medical clinics, community feedings, and food distribution, along with many other things.

​In January 2010 a young Canadian woman, Kim O’Dwyer, came to Haiti, originally for only a two month stay, but upon meeting Linotte she sensed something special was happening in Carries and wanted to be a part of it. She asked if she could come and serve Mission of Grace and has been here from that day on. During that time Mission of Grace has grown from an orphanage of 9 kids to an orphanage of over 70 children and has added a church, a school, a medical clinic, an elderly care home, and a mens discipleship home. 

Mission of Grace believes that there is a plan and a purpose for every life here in Haiti, and Ms Lynn, Miss Kim and so many others have given their lives to help see future leaders raised up for Haiti.



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