Collaboration

Homelessness Is Not In Anyone’s Plan – Ms. Knox’s Story

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Originally from the French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana, Ms. Knox became displaced after her life was turned upside down by the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Although she spent some time in Omaha, Nebraska, Ms. Knox eventually settled in Houston where another hurricane would eventually wreak havoc on her life once again. […]

Collaboration

Donor Spotlight: Alvin ISD “The Day”

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On Saturday, September 8th, Alvin ISD worked to accomplish an unprecedented goal: to have every student, faculty member, and staff member engage in a day of service. The idea of “The Day” came from Alvin ISD’s superintendent, Dr. Gilcrease. He was so impressed by the way the community and school district came together after Harvey, […]

Collaboration

Partner Agency Spotlight: Second Servings of Houston

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Did you know that one out of five Houstonians is food insecure? Or that 40 percent of the food supply in the Houston area is being wasted? Barbara Bronstein, Founder of Second Servings of Houston, was tired of seeing food being thrown away that could instead be going to an individual in need, and she […]

Ending Homelessness

“They Should Give It a Shot”

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What one Veteran who experienced homelessness for 30 years wants other Veterans to know. As a Navy Veteran who served at the end of the Vietnam War searching for Prisoners of War, Mr. B learned early in his life what he had to do to survive in extreme conditions. With piercing blue eyes that seem […]