Our Mission & Vision

We believe in creating opportunity by building a network of community organizations, nonprofits, entrepreneurs, small business owners, and community members to revitalize under-resourced neighborhoods using an empowerment-based model of community engagement to bring renewal and restoration.

Our model focuses on five key areas that define a thriving neighborhood: economic development, housing, health, education, and spiritual care. We are bringing businesses, churches, nonprofits, and individuals together to make sure all our families and all our neighborhoods have access to each of these key areas.

Since forming in 2016 with our focus in San Jacinto, we have been able to expand to North Heights, The Barrio, Eastridge, and other under-resourced neighborhoods throughout Amarillo and the Texas Panhandle. We have worked on projects in Southern Mexico, East Africa, and across the country and have been fortunate to learn from, and impact, thousands of people.

At Square Mile, we recognize change is hard, and generational change is even more difficult. We stand in support of families and small business owners that are willing to do the work to make these changes to make a difference in their families and the lives of their community.

As an advocate of hope, we believe true change comes from the inside.


Meet the Team

Brady Clark

Brady Clark

Executive Director

Brady is a father, consultant, pastor, and social entrepreneur focusing on underserved and under-resourced communities. He has 25 years of experience in working with multicultural, low-income, high-risk individuals and communities both internationally and in the U.S. Brady has directed both faith-based and secular nonprofit organizations working towards community and individual transformation, empowerment, and strength-based development. He has taught and spoken to thousands across the world about family reconciliation, poverty, social justice, cross-cultural communication, spiritual transformation, and sustainable community building. He is the co-founder and Executive Director of Square Mile Community Development and the Director of Urban Ministries at First Presbyterian Church of Amarillo, TX.

Donna Dorman Madison

Donna Dorman Madison

Program Director

Donna is a wife, mother, collaborative leader, and community partner who empowers families and advocates for justice.  She specializes in family studies, client support, cross-cultural studies, and program management. Donna has worked on projects in Amarillo, the Texas Panhandle, and Africa.  Her experience in nonprofit and ministry has given her a unique perspective and heart for the communities she works in and advocates for.  Donna is currently the Program Director for Square Mile Community Development.  She oversees the PATH Program which facilitates small business development in neighborhoods and communities challenged by poverty, unemployment, or economic decline.

Donate now and help us change lives and rebuild communities

You can help us as we bring hope, support, and change in communities and lives here in the panhandle and across the world. Your support and partnership is the life's blood of the work we do! 

What you give today is providing hope for generations to come.

Donate online through our secure server, PayPal, or mail your gift to :
PO BOX 7926 Amarillo, TX 79114

Donna at the Square Mile Urban Farm located at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Amarillo, Texas.

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Being active in our community and helping it grow can be as simple as helping out in one of our gardens or even devoting some of your time and skills to teaching others in kind. We would love to hear from you to tell you more about how you might be able to help contribute to our local community through any of our programs. We can always use the help.

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