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The Houston Community ToolBank is a nonprofit tool lending program that provides fellow not-for-profit organizations with year-round access to an inventory of tools for use in volunteer projects and facility and grounds maintenance.
We host a monthly open house (the third Thursday of every month) to visit our warehouse, and learn more out about our tool lending program. Gain tips for improving on the success of your volunteer projects. Membership is free to join.
Access to ToolBank tools eliminates the need for agencies to incur the expense of purchasing, repairing, renting, and storing tools, reducing the costs associated with service projects and allowing these agencies to focus more of their resources on their mission.
Steps for Students is an annual archdiocesan-wide event where all school and parish communities can come together as one to support Catholic education. The goal of Steps for Students is to raise awareness of the importance of a Catholic education and provide much needed resources for our Catholic Schools. This day of family fun includes a 5k USA Track and Field Association sanctioned race and Post Race Party.
Save the Date: Houston’s Kosher Chili Cookoff
Sunday, February 28, 2016
Registration open for cooking teams, vendors and sponsors
Join the Houston community for a fun-filled day of festivities and a kosher chili competition during the 6th Annual Houston Kosher Chili Cookoff. The event will be held on Sunday, February 28, 2016, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston and is currently accepting registration for cooking teams, vendors, and sponsors for participation.
The Kosher Chili Cookoff is the largest kosher food event in Houston and celebrates the fellowship of the Jewish community with a day of food, live entertainment, contests, and family friendly activities while raising funds for non-profit organizations in the Houston Jewish Community.
The cookoff attracts more than 3,500 attendees annually for live music, a moonwalk, climbing walls, balloon artists, a jalapeno eating contest and a silent auction as they taste some of Houston’s best kosher chili. Cooking teams are encouraged to register for the judged competition so groups or organizations can promote themselves, build teamwork, have fun and reward contributors, board members and staff. Winners of the kosher chili tasting contest will win coveted trophies and prizes presented by celebrity and media judges during the award ceremony at 3:30 p.m.
Potential sponsors can participate in the event with different support levels ranging from $500 to $18,000. All levels of funding will receive marketing opportunities at a table during the cookoff, in press releases, advertising, social media, printed collateral, on t-shirts and on the Houston Kosher Chili Cookoff website. Further benefits are available for higher-level sponsorship packages.
A participation fee of $150 is charged for vendors. For more information on becoming a sponsor, volunteer, vendor, cooking team or to download an entry form, please visit www.houstonkosherchilicookoff.com or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Jewish Day Schools including Beren Academy, Beth Yeshurun Day School, Emory Weiner, The Shlenker School, Torah Day School, Torah Girls Academy, Yeshiva Torat Emet and the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center’s Meals on Wheels.
WHERE: Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston
5601 S. Braeswood
Houston, TX 77096
WHEN: Sunday, February 28, 2016
12 p.m. – 4 p.m.
COST: Adults: $10
Children (4-12): $6
Children under 4: Free
About The Houston Kosher Chili Cookoff:
The Kosher Chili Cookoff is the largest kosher food event in Houston and takes place on the first Sunday in March, unless there is a conflict with Purim, at the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center (ERJCC) from 12 p.m. until 4 p.m. The Kosher Chili Cookoff’s mission is to bring the Jewish Community together for a day of food, fun and festivities to raise funds for important non-profit organizations in the Houston Jewish Community.
Proceeds from the 2016 event will benefit the Jewish Day Schools and the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center’s Meals on Wheels. For more information please visit www.houstonkosherchilicookoff.com or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.
Hats Off honors Houston mothers who have made significant contributions to their families and the Houston community. This event promises to be great fun and features a reception, seated luncheon and informal fashion show by Neiman Marcus Galleria. All proceeds benefit programs of Easter Seals Greater Houston, which serve children and adults with all types of disabilities.
During the month of April 2016, participating Houston restaurants will serve a “blue plate special” to support The Thread Alliance’s fundraiser, the 4th annual citywide child abuse prevention awareness campaign encouraging Houstonians to take action against child abuse and towards healing.
The Thread Alliance, a non-profit organization founded by Sheila Aron, is dedicated to ending the cycle of child abuse. April is National Child Abuse Prevention month. Participating restaurants will offer guests a “blue plate special” and will donate a percentage or flat dollar amount to The Thread Alliance.
For a list of the Blue Plate Special restaurants participating in spreading awareness and education about child abuse prevention, please visit www.thethreadalliance.org/blue-plate-special/
Love Bought International is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), orphan care and poverty eradication. For 7 years we ran a soup kitchen in an impoverished village outside Bogota, Colombia. During this time we fed over 140 children a day and impacted the community in many ways. We taught them to dream and work towards a better future. We taught community health and parenting classes and about social responsibility. We even obtained healthcare for some of the children who desperately needed it. However, we felt called to do more. In November 2013 we transitioned to building an orphanage. We purchased 4.5 acres of land in Bogota! Our plan is to build a home for 300+ children and a school. Our goal isn’t only to meet their basic needs, but to provide a loving home, build identities, lives and bright futures.
We will be hosting our 3rd annual gala, The Orphan Hero Banquet, on April 2, 2016. Hundreds of community members will be gathering to support the impact and change Love Bought is bringing. We invite you to be a part of this life changing work by joining us this evening .
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April ToolBank Open House Tour
Back by popular demand for those that missed the March ToolBank warehouse tour. Please join us for April’s ToolBank open house from 9:00-10:00 am. Take a tour of the ToolBank facility and see what resources are available to your company, friends and our community. Coffee and bagels served, so skip breakfast and come early.
Houston Community ToolBank 1215 Gazin St. Houston, TX 77020
The Houston Community ToolBank is a nonprofit tool lending program serving other nonprofits (and corporate volunteers) by putting high-quality tools in the hands of the volunteers who are painting schools, repairing seniors’ roofs, landscaping public spaces, and more−guaranteeing that every volunteer is equipped with the tools they need to get the job done.
For three pennies on the dollar, the Houston Community ToolBank provides fast and easy access to large volumes of high-quality tools to increase the impact of service projects and community revitalization efforts.
Our vast inventory (over 10,000 items) is available year-round to charitable organizations such as:
Tax exempt organizations Veterans groups Schools and PTAs/PTOs Neighborhood associations Faith-based groups Civic organizations Government agencies
Thu Apr 21, 2016 9am – 10am Central Time
1215 Gazin St. Houston, TX 77020 (map)
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The Lakewood Yacht Club presents the 21st Annual Keels & Wheels Concours D’Elegance 2016 on the weekend of April 23 – 24, including a Classic Car and Vintage Wooden Boat Show with special awards ceremonies, autograph sessions, raffle drawings, People’s Choice Ballot and so much more! This special event is designed to help raise necessary funds for local charities and non-profit organizations, including the Boys & Girls Harbor.
General admission tickets costs $25 in advance (online), $35 at entrance, and children (ages 10 and under) get in free.
In 2015, Texas had 66,721 confirmed victims of child abuse/neglect including 6,360 in Harris County.
Crime Stoppers of Houston and The Thread Alliance will host a Child Abuse Awareness Safe Community Seminar on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at 11:30 a.m. at the Children’s Assessment Center. The seminar is free and will focus on bringing awareness about child abuse and pursuing child abuse fugitives. A panel with representatives from the clinical and legal community will discuss this important topic.
Nichole Christoph, Deputy Director of Crime Stoppers, will serve as the moderator for the seminar and Sheila Aron, Founder of The Thread Alliance will welcome and introduce the panel of experts. The Safe Community Seminar panel is as follows:
• Dr. Lawrence Thompson
Director of Therapy and Psychological Services, Children’s Assessment Center
• Connie Spence
Harris County District Attorney’s Office, Assistant District Attorney Chief of our Child Abuse Division