Framehouse Outreach Foundation is dedicated to improving the living conditions of underprivileged families living in Dallas County Texas who are seeking assistance to help escape poverty. The Foundation employs the most creative and effective methods available to assist the greatest number of families possible through recurring resources at its disposal as well as those generated through fundraising activities.
The Foundation's main goal is to reach at-risk communities through education and empowerment, specifically families in crisis, with proven outcome assessment. Various charitable projects, as determined by the Foundation’s Directors, will improve safety, enhance community, and provide the necessities that most often create stability and independence for families. Those families able to graduate out of poverty, thanks in part to the Foundation’s efforts and assistance, will measure success, in part.
The Foundation has identified a clear need to expand its arm for families most at risk, women and children. We are building a safe house for women and children in crisis, Framehouse Safe House.
Framehouse Safe House will provide a temporary, safe, and clean environment allowing a mother during a difficult time the ability to have a support system while she gets back on her feet.
Specifically targeting families that otherwise might not be reached, Rev. Flowers hopes to have Framehouse Safe House open in 2019. It will be self supported through donor base and corporate sponsorship. We invite you to join us as we make a difference in the lives of families in need.
Johnny R. Flowers
Reverend Johnny Flowers has served in several leadership roles for Buckner International / Buckner Children & Family Services for 20 years where he is known for creating and implementing life changing programs with proven outcomes. He currently serves as the Assistant Director over Staff Training & Development, Buckner's Domestic Aid, Crisis Relief, and International Disaster Relief efforts.
Founder and CEO of the Framehouse Outreach Foundation, as well as Founder and Senior Pastor of Wynnewood Fellowship Church at “The Empowerment Center” serving the southern Dallas community Rev. Flowers also serves as Bank of America’s Ombudsman for the revitalization of the Wynnewood district.
Rev. Flowers obtained his Doctor of Divinity at Universal Life Seminary, holds a Graduate degree in Human Relations from Trinity College, and is a graduate from the U.S. Non-Commission Officer Academy. He has served four tours of duty in combat while serving in the U.S. Army. He is a certified instructor for English As a Second Language (ESL), Life Skills and Conflict Resolution, and has received certifications as a Christian and Family Counselor.
Soul Rydaz Christian Motorcycle Association has hosted an annual Christmas Block Party / Toy Run benefiting thousands of families in south Dallas where Flowers serves as the National President. His leadership has been the catalyst for partnering Framehouse Outreach Foundation with Soul Rydaz organization which provide Mentorship programs and scholarships to high school graduates who will attend college or trade school. Soul Rydaz, under Flowers' direction, spearheads many other programs such as the Back-to-School Fair where children in the Oak Cliff community receive school supplies, haircuts, and clothing to prepare for the upcoming school year.
Buckner Today Magazine has highlighted Rev. Flowers in a variety of publications noting him “an icon in the community that he serves.” He works around-the-clock locating apartments, furniture and jobs for those that are in crisis and for this reason serves as a positive role model and mentor to young men and adults in several communities.
Through his ongoing efforts, he empowers and lifts up those who have fallen, empowers the economically challenged, finds the souls that are lost, heals those that are hurting, and educates through God's word and wisdom.