Workforce Solutions provides employment related support for learners in our Adult Education program.
PNC Financial Services Group-PNC Foundation provides us with curriculum for our Financial Literacy Classes.
Valero provides funds to keep our youth services programs growing
University of Houston Community Health Worker Initiative helps us to train community members to be Community Health Workers that focus on care coordination for their communities.
Christus Healthy Living Mobile Clinics provides us with wellness screenings and vaccines for the community.
Houston Food Bank helps provide nutritious food for our weekly pantry distributions as well as our Community Food Distribution events.
Kids Meals on Wheels provides us with a snack program. Students complete an annual survey and receive daily healthy snacks to take home after the school day ends.
Writers in the Schools is a partnership through the United Way to provide students in our program with writing projects such as poems and short stories.
We are a registered community garden with Urban Harvest called “Little Hands, Big Hearts Garden.” They provide materials to upkeep the garden such as soil, seeds, and gardening literature
ExxonMobil regularly volunteers for our Community Food Distribution events and coordinates our yearly Christmas boxing event.
Collaborative for Children has provided us with free resources such as the CIRCLE Assessment and curriculum, a TRS Mentor for trainings and professional developments, and are registered on a Child Care search portal for interested families to enroll and learn about our program
Children at Risk provides us with a high volume of good quality data to help guide program planning and the delivery of services to the youth-based population that we serve. Their statistical information on HISD schools, Harris County, and on trends is incredibly helpful to the process of program planning.
Texas A&M University Cyber Security Program is focused on encouraging students to pursue careers in computer science, engineering, or cybersecurity. In this program, students will use Python programming language and Raspberry Pi computers to control lights, create music, monitor motion, distance, temperature, and humidity, assign actions to buttons, switches and even train a camera for facial recognition.
Second Servings is Houston’s only prepared and perishable food rescue organization. Since 2015, they’ve been redirecting unserved and unsold food from retailers, sports venues, distributors, hotels, etc., to the people who really need it at shelters, soup kitchens, low-income housing and many other charities, including Community Family Centers.