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Capital Campaign


We are exceptionally excited to announce The McKinney Noon Rotary Club Foundation has chosen Direction61:3 as the recipient of a generous $100,000 matching grant.

Funds raised from this grant will fully sponsor the first home for youth aging out of foster care as a part of the LAUNCH A LEGACY CAPITAL CAMPAIGN.

Launch a Legacy Capital Campaign 

Total Cost: $7.2m

PHASE 1:  $1.54m

7 homes fully furnished, infrastructure, and 6 months of utilities.

PHASE 1+:  $2.1m

Community / Event Center, recreational areas

PHASE 2:  $2.1m

5 homes fully furnished, infrastructure, 6 months of utilities, Kingdom Cars Auto Shop

PHASE 3: $1.9m

7 homes fully furnished, infrastructure, garage carriage houses.

The Farm

Acquired in Feb 2022, this 4.7 acre FARM will provide:

  • Housing for up to 60 aging/aged out youth
  • Direction61:3 offices
  • Event Center
  • Youth Ag program
  • Youth Rec Area
  • Kingdom Cars Auto Shop 

We are seeking business, church, individual, and corporate sponsorships of the future homes and facilities at the FARM.  For more information on how to become a FARM sponsor contact Myron Wilson.

The Farm Artist Rendering
Artist Rendering of THE FARM




Launch a Legacy Capital Campaign will Fund a Community of Homes in North McKinney for Youth Aging Out of Foster Care

(McKinney, Texas, March 2024) – The McKinney Noon Rotary Club Foundation has chosen Direction61:3 as the recipient of a generous $100,000 Matching Gift for the foster youth agency’s Launch a Legacy Capital Campaign. This Matching Gift is provided as a lead gift for the capital campaign to build a new community of homes that will serve up to 60 foster youth aging out of care.  The housing community will be built on the ministry’s current 4.8 acre main campus at 3286 County Road 168, McKinney, TX 75071.

The Launch a Legacy Capital Campaign’s goal is to raise $ 7.5 M to provide foster homes for teens between the ages of 14 and 17.  Transitional living homes will be constructed for older youth as they turn 18, age out of foster care and need to transition into a more independent living environment. Other campus amenities will be a community event center for youth gatherings/community events/public coffee shop, as well as a maintenance garage for the Direction61:3 Kingdom Cars program.

Tammy Mahan, McKinney Rotary Major Gifts Committee Chair shared, “I am incredibly proud of the impact our Rotary Club will have on the youth of our community by supporting such a worthy non-profit with proceeds from our annual Flag lease program.”

Brian Loughmiller, former Mayor of McKinney and his wife Donna are the co-chair for the capital campaign. Brian shared, “Donna and I are proud to chair the Direction 61:3 “Launch a Legacy” Capital Campaign to raise funds to build a community for youth aging out of the foster care system. We strongly believe that these youth deserve our collective support as they transition into independent young adults.