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Charities in Houston, TX
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1.Be An Angel Fund Inc
2003 Aldine Bender Rd
This organization has a true "heart" for children with disabilities. If they do not have the exact service to assist you, they will find the resource that does!
2.Mona Mentors Inc.
507 N Sam Houston Pkwy E
CharitiesCounseling ServicesCrisis Intervention ServiceReligious Organizations
Mona Mentors received donated gift cards and hygiene items and distribute them to children in foster care, homeless shelters and the elderly. The Director of this program is a person who really cares about the welfare of my mother, she provides a home visit once a month to make sure my mother is doing ok and to make groceries, transport her to the doctor. She has even provided my mother with the doctors co-pays and located her a great doctor at Herman Hospital. The Director of the Program is truly passionate about her work. If you need help with your foster children and senior parent don't hesitate to contact Mona Mentors.
3.Giving Heart Of America
7000 NW 100 Dr Ste 108A
The Giving Heart of America is a nonprofit organization that specializes in grief counseling services. The organization s Operation Fallen Hero program supports the families of martyrdoms. It offers financial assistance and advocacy programs. The Giving Heart of America provides short- and long-term education support services for children. The organization additionally helps various other charitable institutions, such as the Texas Military Family Foundation, Gold Star Wives of America and M. Scott Kerr Foundation. In addition, it offers information and mentorship solutions during difficult initial periods. The Giving Heart of America provides several grief recovery and rehabilitation programs. The organization offers several participation opportunities for youths and adults.
4.Pink Ribbons Project
2449 South Blvd Ste 100
CharitiesMedical Service Organizations
5.Salvation Army Thrift Store
2332 Nasa Pkwy
CharitiesSocial Service OrganizationsThrift Shops
Salvation Army is one of the best charity based organizations; but someone there doesn't know how to market to the public about being affordable. A $12.00 blouse is what I could spend for a new blouse at a discount store, not thrift. Clean, but very, very expensive. Could use workshops on customer service. If you don't mind paying the price, this is a good store, but if economics are your bag, keep looking.
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6.Houston Children's Charity
230 Westcott St Ste 202
CharitiesFund Raising ServiceSocial Service Organizations
7.Rehoboth Foundation Inc
6342 Creekbend Dr
5353 W Alabama St
9.Assistance League Of Houston
1902 Commonwealth St
2121 San Felipe St Ste 110
11.Depelchin Children's Center
4950 Memorial Dr
DePelchin is the best organization I have worked with. I checked out other adoption agencies in the area and was very impressed with the care and compassion in the people who work at DePelchin. They have a genuine concern in finding the right family for the child.
12.PWA Holiday Charities
PO Box 66849
Great community organization that continues to assist and help during the holidays to those living with HIV/AIDS!
13.Joy and Peace Community Development Corporation 501(C) 3
6806 Bellfort St
This woman of God, Minister Sadie Elliot is a beautiful person with a big heart. She has a small shop connected to her church and she assisted me in finding some beautiful dresses. I shall return again.
14.St Hope Foundation Inc
6200 Savoy Dr Ste 540
CharitiesSocial Service OrganizationsFoundations-Educational, Philanthropic, Research
Great organization and a great team that's doing wonderful things in the community!! Keep of the good work!!!
15.Center Point Projects
1920 Hollister St
This spiritual education center offers Tai Chi classes, aromatherapy seminars, advanced meditation methods, and other metaphysical topics.\r They have body, mind, and soul fairs almost once a week on Saturdays and Sundays. You can get your chakras cleared, get a Reiki massage, buy some jewelry, get your aura read, etc.\r If you need a psychic, ask for Helen. She works with playing cards and gives time frames.\r She predicted 3 of my friends pregnancies. She said one would have twins because they run in her family. I told my friend and she said it was true...that twins run in her family.\r Helen also described my neighbor's recent emotions exactly as I had seen the neighbor the day before, when I had only asked a simple, unrelated question about that particular neighbor.\r There are many more true predictions to share, but it's more important to know that Helen has a wonderful, happy vibe. \r TIP: Call in advance to see if she is there. She usually is there during the fairs.
16.Children's Assessment Center Foundation
2500 Bolsover St
CharitiesFoundations-Educational, Philanthropic, Research
I recieved a call from this place and after calling back the secretary didn't know who to route my call to. I went to thank her for her time when she told me I'd have to wait until Monday to recieve another phone call and she hung up in the middle of the word 'thank'. So far I don't know much else about the place, but I hope their program is better than that one encounter. If that's all I had to go on, aside from knowing what the place is supposed to do, I don't think I'd be too pleased with them.
17.Texas Medical Center
2450 Holcombe Blvd Ste 1
CharitiesHealth Maintenance Organizations
Medical Professionals should avoid accepting/applying for TX Children's health plan. Enormous burocracy with unprofessional employees.
410 Roberts St
Unreliable and unethical! Do not use. I discussed the job and payment arrangements with Jason on 11/25/13. The shoot was scheduled for 12/4/13. At 8 p.m. on the 3rd, the photographer contacted me wanting to be paid in advance. I will not pay someone I don't know in advance with the work unseen. He said he would keep his commitment and send me proofs right after the shoot today. 20 minutes before the shoot was scheduled, I received an email that he was cancelling. Then, he wouldn't answer his phone. This was for a corporate shoot. If I could give a zero rating, I would.
19.Cypress Assistance Ministries
11202 Huffmeister Rd Ste A
CharitiesFood BanksSocial Service OrganizationsReligious Organizations
this place is a sham. they said they would help me then gave excuses for not doing it.
20.AVDA (Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse)
1001 Texas St Ste 600
CharitiesSocial Service Organizations
Established in 1980, AVDA, also known as Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, is a private, nonprofit organization that serves families facing family violence. It provides advocacy and intervention and prevention programs. The organization offers legal representation for adults and children who are trapped in abusive family relationships. AVDA also provides psycho-educational counseling services. Additionally, the organization has offered advocacy and safety planning services for more than 60,000 victims of domestic abuse. It provides referral and assistance services. The organization also offers general information about temporary support orders, divorce, property division, child custody, and child and spousal support issues. AVDA is located in Houston.
21.Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston
3303 Main St
CharitiesReligious OrganizationsSocial Service Organizations
Interfaith Ministries works for improvement of the welfare of humankind by providing interfaith resources for awareness and healing. The ministry facilitates inter-religious dialogue and provides social services in Houston. It works with different communities of faith, including Baha'I, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jewish, Muslim, Sikh, Unitarian Universalist and Zoroastrian. The ministry also operates Meals-on-Wheels programs for seniors. Its interfaith relations department facilitates interfaith activities designed to promote dialogue, foster relationships, deepen understanding and facilitate cooperation among Houston's diverse faith communities. Through its Foster Grandparent Project, the ministry connects seniors with at-risk children who need extra assistance. Interfaith Ministries was rated as four star by Charity Navigator.
22.Project Row Houses
2521 Holman St
"Project Row Houses is a neighborhood based art and cultural organization located in Houston's Third Ward. PRH was established in 1993 on a site of 22 abandoned shotgun houses (c. 1930) to connect the work of artists with the revitalization of our community. It was inspired by the work of African-American artist Dr. John Biggers."
1111 Lovett Blvd
CharitiesSocial Service Organizations
Covenant House is a leading advocate on behalf of street youth b' for those who canb' t speak up for themselves b' at local, state, national, and international levels of government. We are a member of the Non-Government Organization (NGO) Board of Directors of UNICEF, and have taken on a prominent role in The Campaign for U.S. Ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).
24.Lighthouse Of Houston
3602 W Dallas St
The Lighthouse of Houston, founded in 1939, is a nonprofit rehabilitation center offering support services to patients suffering from visual impairments. It provides a variety of educational programs that include computer learning, technology and vocational training. The additional services offered by the organization include diabetes education; outreach programs; and family, individual and group counseling. The community services offered by the organization include adult day care, volunteer and recreational programs, eye clinics, summer camps and residential programs. It also has a specialty store that offers a variety of adaptive aids, such as talking clocks, Braille watches, mobility canes, and computer hardware and software. It is a member agency of the United Way of the Texas Gulf Coast, and is located in Houston.
25.The Jung Center
5200 Montrose Blvd
CharitiesSocial Service OrganizationsCultural Centers
For more than 50 years, The Jung Center has served as a nonprofit resource unique to Houston - a forum for dynamic and compelling conversations on a diverse range of psychological, artistic, and spiritual topics. Our mission is to support the development of greater self-awareness, creative expression, and psychological insight - individually, in relationship, and within community. The Center offers a variety of services, ranging from monthly art exhibitions, permanent exhibits, a bookstore and library sharing rare and unique Jungian literature, as well as classes, movie screenings and discussions. Programs are offered on the topics of Psychology and Life, Expressive Arts and Body, Mind and Spirit. Renowned authors and therapists from across the country come to share their wisdom and engage in meaning-filled conversations and dialogue. With an engaged student body of over three thousand new and returning students, and national and international faculty, The Jung Center promises to be a hub of spiritual and meaning-filled discussions in the heart of the Houston Museum District.
26.Harris County Department of Education
6300 Irvington Blvd
Harris County Department of Education, founded in 1889 and located in Houston, offers a variety of academic and learning programs to students. The institution provides services to the physically disabled children and adults. It has an enrollment of more than 21,000 children. It offers subjects, such as English as a second language, math, science, social studies, fine and performing arts, and health and physical education. The school provides other services that include adult education, alternative schools, business education, after school, communications and public information, digital learning and instructional technology, early childhood intervention, governance and research, and Head Start program. It additionally offers preschool and after school care, transportation, medical and health care, and organizes various sports events.
27.A D Players
2710 W Alabama St
Founded in 1967 by Jeannette Clift George, A. D. Players is one of Houston's largest resident theaters and the nation's oldest professional Christian theaters. A.D. Players s Grace Theater produces five main stage shows each season and its children's theater offers children the opportunity to experience live theater. A.D Player s Theater Arts Academy offers classes ranging from age five to adult throughout the year and its National Touring Company offers Christian drama and educational shows annually for various schools, churches and organizations throughout the country. A. D. Players operates out of six different locations in Houston.
28.Katy Prairie Conservancy
5615 Kirby Dr Ste 867
The Katy Prairie Conservancy is an environmental non-profit committed to preserving an ecologically vital tallgrass prairie and associated wetlands area on Houston's far west side for the enjoyment and benefit of all.
29.Sight Into Sound
3935 Essex Ln
CharitiesSocial Service Organizations
Taping for Blind, Inc was founded in 1967 to read material not available through other sources onto standard audio cassettes in our custom recording division. In 1978, Houston Taping for the Blind Radio ( HTBR ), now called Turning Sight into Sound Radio, a radio reading service, signed on the air. Turning Sight into Sound Radio broadcasts 24 hours daily. Turning Sight into Sound Radio offers the Houston Chronicle and The Wall Street Journal daily, plus several dozen popular magazines and best-selling books are read on the air. In January 1993, Taping for Blind, Inc began a new service: Description for the Blind sm, ( DB sm ), which is the art of talking pictorially. Volunteers provide audio descriptions of visual elements of theater performances, IMAX movies, museum exhibits, television programs and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Taping for the Blind is located inside Loop 610 just east of the Galleria near the intersection of Westheimer and Weslayan. Click here for a map. Awards 2005 Best Narrative Reading Award - International Association of Audio Information Services 2005 Best Interview/Call In Award - International Association of Audio Information Services 2004 Narrative Reading - Honorable Mention Award - International Association of Audio Information Services 2004 32nd Annual SAVVY Award - presented to president of the board, Bob Bartlett, for outstanding volunteerism 2003 Best Newspaper Reading Award - International Association of Audio Information Services 2003 Best Narrative Reading Award - International Association of Audio Information Services 2001 Best Special Program Award - International Association of Audio Information Services The 1999 Barbara Jordan Award - Texas Governor's Committee on People With Disabilities 1999 Housing and Urban Development Best Practices Award - Harris County Community Development Agency 1999 John J. Gunther Award for Community Outreach Project presented by Harris County Commissioners Court 1978 Francis Joseph Campbell Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Advancement of Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped presented to founder Robert G. Levy Jefferson Award - American Institute for Public Service presented founder Robert G. Levy
30.Gulf Coast Regional Blood Ctr
1400 La Concha Ln
CharitiesBlood Banks & Centers
The Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center began operations independent of the Medical Society on January 1, 1975, and began meeting the blood and blood component needs of patients being treated in 80 hospitals in a 16-county region. It has grown to serve more than 220 health care institutions in a 24-county Texas Gulf Coast region. Regional patient blood needs require that the Blood Center collect more than 273,000 units of blood and blood components from volunteer blood donors in 2006. 200,000 of these units are whole blood donations, which may be separated into their component parts to serve the specific transfusion needs of patients. An average of three components are available from each whole blood donation. Annual usage in this region exceeds over 720,000 units of blood and blood components. The Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center is located in Houston.
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