At a 94% vote, the Texas A&M University Spring 2018 Class found their $6,000 grant to Still Creek Ranch to be a good decision with a good outcome because the organization utilized the donation as anticipated. Another 6% of students thought the grant to be a mistake since it was difficult to see how the funded program tied into the organization’s mission. Still Creek Ranch’s mission is to rescue at-risk children and raise them to be anchored in hope and equipped for life. They seek to have a multi-generational impact by breaking the cycle of crisis and empowering clients to have healthy relationships and reach their potential. The grant went to the purchase of three young cow/calf pairs for the TAGGED Program. This program partners with local ranchers to care for the cows, breed them, and raise the calves, ultimately selling them for about $780 each to profit Still Creek Ranch.