Houston is the most populous metropolitan area in a state that consistently ranks 50th in the nation for disability services. While that statistic may sound discouraging, we continue to be amazed each day by the
They say that one of the greatest gifts you can give is your time. At The Center, one of our great gifts has been to have Hugh and Austin Parker as volunteers. This grandfather-grandson team
Our West Dallas Street campus pulsed with a youthful spirit of service late last month as more than 300 young people from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) came together to make a difference
This month, we couldn’t be happier to highlight our volunteer Elizabeth Sosa. Elizabeth was first introduced to The Center this past February, when our Young Professionals Group held a fundraising event at CycleBar Sawyer Heights,
During the Pursuit for those with disABILITIES capital campaign and cross-country bike ride, The Center met many cherished friends and supporters. Not least of those is Steve Quick, a Houston-area fitness instructor and former Her
Sometimes, a volunteer comes along who is so easy to thank that the accolades just write themselves. Adam Kain is one of those volunteers. Adam was first introduced to The Center through the Best Buddies
Houston Public Media’s Ernie Manouse visited to learn more about our volunteer-powered Gingersnaps Etc. program. Watch the video below and check out the full article on houstonpublicmedia.org.
Every Monday afternoon around one, a Second Servings of Houston delivery truck pulls up to the curb outside Cullen Residence Hall on The Center’s West Dallas Campus. Staff members from The Center’s kitchen roll up