From the category archives:

Non-Profits

Noah’s Kitchen (51/365)

October 25, 2010

Noah’s Kitchen provides the less fortunate with food, gently used clothing, and the resources that will help them in finding medical help, shelter, employment, and eventually housing- getting them off the streets. They currently crowd-source donations, labor, and delivery vehicles on Sunday afternoons and other random days during the week as well. Anyone is encouraged […]

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Houston Habitat for Humanity (34/365)

September 16, 2010

We had originally planned to do a photo shoot for Houston Habitat for Humanity earlier this summer, but when SLGT and Houston Habitat partnered to build a house this week, we decided to wait – and I’m so glad we did! I went out to the build site on Monday, September 13, 2010 to check […]

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UCP of Greater Houston (7/365)

August 24, 2010

United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Houston, Inc. (UCP) is a non-profit corporation providing services to individuals with all types of disabilities and their families. With a staff of over 75 people, they provide services to individuals and their families from a number of outreach locations, offering eight major programs: Infant Development/ECI, Respite Services, Toy/Tech and […]

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Active Pets Houston (16/365)

June 11, 2010

Active Pets Houston is a network of pet owners dedicated to helping their pets lead healthier, more active lives. Yes, you do need to worry about your pets leading an active life for their health. So their goal is to help you find ways to do that! There is no charge to join the group, […]

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Crisis Intervention of Houston (Day 12 of 365)

May 27, 2010

The Crisis Intervention of Houston’s (often referred to as the Crisis Hotline) goal is to serve persons in crisis and overcome the barriers to help due to fear, isolation, abuse, physical disability, health, language, age, income, location, problem type or timing of the crisis. In 1970, Crisis Hotline was born with one phone line and […]

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