Our Philanthropies

 

Junior Guild is dedicated to helping charities in
our N
orthwest Houston community. Volunteering builds character, empathy, and selflessness, and offers
high school girls an opportunity t
give back to their community and make a difference to the people
around them.

 

Northwest Assistance Ministries (NAM)

NAM is a nonprofit, community-based, multi-program social service agency that strives to supply basic human needs through neighbors helping neighbors. Volunteers help in the resale shop, in the food pantry stocking shelves, with the Back to School Drive, Meals on Wheels, or wherever needed.

 

Barbara Bush Library

Our community library uses volunteers to assist in various library jobs, including shelving books, sorting cards, putting together pamphlets, and various other activities.

 

Tomball Emergency Assistance Ministries (TEAM) 

TEAM is a nonprofit, faith-based organization that serves those in the Tomball, Texas area, by providing short-term assistance with food, clothing, shelter, and financial assistance. Volunteers help in the resale shop and food pantry.

 

Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts 

The museum provides first-hand access to original works of art and other culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant objects to
a regional, national, and international audience. Volunteers assist with Summer Family Days, Drop-in-Art Wednesdays, and Fall Family Days.

 

A Smart Rescue

The rescue is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to the prevention of animal cruelty and relief and animal suffering. They operate inside of PetSmart stores hosting foster cats and handling dog and cat adoptions.

Self Improvement through Riding Education (SIRE)

The mission of SIRE is to improve the quality of life for people with special needs through therapeutic horsemanship activities and therapies and educational outreach. Volunteers will walk or lead horses and riders. Volunteers may also help with administrative or maintenance tasks in or around the barns. 

 

Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

Susan G. Komen Houston was established in 1990 and is now the largest source of nonprofit funding for breast cancer research, education, screening, and treatment in Southeast Texas. Volunteers participate in the annual Race for the Cure.

 

Veteran's Affairs

Helping our veterans in their time of need. From placing a wreath or flag on a headstone, babysitting during family services, or sitting with a veteran and just listening to stories.

 

Foundation for Arts & Community Enrichment (FACE)

FACE is a nonprofit foundation that provides cultural arts programming and educational opportunities for the community. Volunteers work during concerts by greeting patrons, handing out programs, and assisting with merchandise sales.

 

Autumn Leaves (Alzheimer's Facility)

Autumn Leaves is a memory care unit that is home to around 35 residents, primarily geriatric. Volunteers assist with monthly family nights, Sunday activities, and drop-in afternoon shifts are available.

 

Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Harris County

Habitat for Humanity is a non-governmental, nonprofit organization dedicated to building simple, decent, and affordable housing. Volunteers that are 16 years or older (accompanied by a parent if younger than 18) are able to participate in building opportunities. Younger members can volunteer by serving snow cones.  

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