The Blue Triangle is one of Houston’s oldest community centers located Inner City Third Ward. Blue Triangle Multi Cultural Association, Inc. has provided service to the Houston community for almost 100 years.
The Holocaust Museum Houston opened its doors in March of 1996. Since that time, impassioned notes, poems, artwork, and other gifts, from school children and adults alike, attest to the life-changing thoughts generated by just one visit to this unique facility.
Jeans & Jewels Institute is a nonprofit organization providing leadership development programs for youth and young adults. Our programs develop youth by exposing them to life skills, image building, career preparation, and healthy habits.
World Youth Foundation (WYF) is a national, grassroots non-profit 501©3 organization serves as a development vehicle to enhance the growth and character of the “Whole Child” – Mind, Body and Character.
Founded in 1909, the Radio Club of America is the oldest, most prestigious group of wireless communications professionals in the world, with members across the globe.
3 "A" Bereavement Foundation offers a wide range of services for low-income and working poor families throughout the Houston Metropolitan Area.
The A.I.R. Project is humanitarians helping and educating victims and those at risk of domestic violence, sexual abuse, child abuse, bullying and other forms of abuse and violence through expressive arts, SEL (Social- Emotional-Learning) and positive quality of life experiences.
In September of 1992, Pastors Rudy and Juanita Rasmus founded the Bread of Life, Inc. with a simple mission to serve hot nutritious meals to homeless men and women in the downtown Houston area.
The Houston Regional Amber Alert System is a program of Texas Center for the Missing (TCM) headquartered in Houston, Texas. TCM is the sole provider of Amber Alert Activation Training for Houston's Amber Alert System.
Assist the Officer is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization under the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code 501 (c) 3, providing short-term, immediate need financial assistance to peace officers in the Greater Houston area critically injured or disabled in the line of duty.
Vita Living offers three vital core programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD): group residences in Houston-area neighborhoods, a centrally located day center, and case management in seven counties.
East Harris County Empowerment Council (EHCEC) is committed to improving the quality of life through innovative, sustainable programs and services that empowers men, women, and youth to achieve their full potential.
Child Advocates mobilizes court appointed volunteers to break the vicious cycle of child abuse. We speak up for abused children who are lost in the system and guide them into safe environments where they can thrive.
Mercy Ships began our mission to provide hope and healing to those in need in 1978. Each year we send hospital ships filled with volunteer professionals who selflessly provide life-changing surgeries to children and adults who otherwise would go without.
Our mission at Julia C. Hester House Inc. is to enhance the quality of lives in the Fifth Ward and the surrounding community through programs and services promoting self-empowerment.
The Center for African American Military History (CAAMH), inc., dba Buffalo Soldiers National Museum (BSNM), is dedicated to exploring and displaying the stories and contributions of African Americans in the military by way of performing and visual arts, educational programming. and exhibitions.
HERO provides financial and emotional support for survivors of City of Houston employees killed while serving the Houston community. Because HERO is an independent organization supported entirely by donations, it needs your financial help. Contributions to HERO a 501(c)(3) charity, are tax-deductible.
The H.E.A.R.T. Program (Housing, Entrepreneurship And Readiness Training) was founded to create new opportunities for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) to achieve their potential.
YMDQ is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that provides mentorship programming, multi-faceted development and growth programs to pregnant and parenting youth, young adults, and at-risk youth.
The W.A.T.E.R Fund is a program administered by the City of Houston designed to provide financial assistance to senior citizens and others needing help with paying their water and wastewater bills.
More than 1.1 million people in the 18 southeast Texas counties served by Houston Food Bank are considered food insecure, meaning they lack consistent access to enough nutritious food to fuel a healthy life. In order to address this issue, the Houston Food Bank distributes food and other essentials to those in need through a network of 1,500 community partners.
The mission of the Houston Symphony is to inspire and engage a large and diverse audience in Greater Houston and beyond through exceptional orchestral and non-orchestral performances, educational programs and community activities.