The Combined Municipal Campaign allows city employees to demonstrate their strong sense of community by supporting environmental, health and social welfare issues that concern the citizens of Houston.

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Texas Paralyzed Veterans of America (EIN 746077762)
 Briefly describe your mission.

The mission of Texas Paralyzed Veterans of America (Texas PVA) is to serve veterans with spinal cord injury/disease, and individuals with disabilities, by providing programs that build a better future for them so they may be active in the community and live life to its fullest.

Who does your agency help?

We serve honorably discharged veterans who have suffered a spinal cord injury or disease such as MS and ALS.

Why should a City of Houston employee give to your organization?

We provide essential programs that allow our members to live happier and healthier lives.

What is something unique about your agency?

We have been serving disabled veterans in Texas since 1972. 50 years!

Who should City employees contact if they want more information?

Amanda Saunders





Being a part of the CMC

Demonstrating a strong sense of community by supporting issues that concern the citizens of Houston.

Hear what they are saying about the CMC!

Sandra J. Schultz, President/CEO

"Thank you for touching lives through your generosity. Every day, because of the caring hearts of friends like you, we see lives changed as Houstonians begin to live the life God has planned for them and return to work to support their families."

-Sandra J. Schultz, President/CEO
Roy G. Perry, Chairman & President

"We are grateful for your faith in the ability of this Foundation to carry out its mission of raising funds to support projects and programs at Prairie View A&M University. This is only possible because of thoughtful contributions from people like you."

-Roy G. Perry, Chairman & President