*Note: This ministry is not associated with ExxonMobil. Soliciting for donations on the Houston Campus is not allowed, however supporting ministries in a personal capacity, or though personal relationships is an individual choice.
Please consider participating in our Montgomery County Women’s Center Donation Drive!
To participate, bring any of the following items to the social:
-Size 2 Diapers
-Vinyl Twin Mattress Protectors
-Vinyl Pillow protectors
-Vinyl Shower Liners
-Vinyl Shower Rings
-Lightweight, Loose Fitting Workout clothes (No Spandex)
-T-shirts (Plain – All Sizes & Any Color)
-New Women’s Underwear (All sizes)
Sign up for this Golf Tournament on Friday April 12 benefitting the 1960 Hope Center for Homelessness. See more details in the pamphlet images below. (Note that this is not an unexcused absence from work)
The 1960 Hope Center is a 501(c)(3) organization ministering to adults experiencing homelessness. This resource center for the unemployed and homeless is dedicated to providing basic necessities and a pathway back to a productive lifestyle. 1960 Hope Center has served more than 1,200 individuals in the first two years of being open. Currently, almost 50 people per day are provided services such as showers, laundry, haircuts, clothing, breakfast, lunch, incentive life skills classes, AA, Bible study, counseling, ID and housing support, and more. With the help of caseworkers, RN’s, social workers, clergy, and a devoted team of volunteers, people are finding jobs, housing, mental health and rehabilitation help, and a restoration of hope. 1960 Hope Center is working to be a solution for the homeless issue in northwest Houston. For more information about 1960 Hope Center, see below and the website at https://www.1960hopecenter.com/
Contact Joe Claman for more information or to get connected with other ExxonMobil folks.
Winter 2018 is forecasted to be one of the coldest the Greater Houston Area has experienced. Star of Hope is asking for blanket donations to assist the homeless. As a children of God, let us be the light to our brothers and sisters so that people may see the glory of our Lord!
If you are interested in donating blankets, please contact your nearest CCEM member:
Volunteers are needed for the L’Amor Village Shelter Back to School Party to be Thursday, August 23rd at 4:00 p.m. L’Mor Village Shelter is an orphanage for young kids of various ages which has been sponsored through ExxonMobil team grants based on volunteer hours for roughly more than 15 years led by Bianca Barbella currently.
We are expecting 20-30 Residents to be in attendance. The volunteer opportunities include the following:
Drinks – need a volunteer to purchase/ice down and deliver to party 80 canned soft drinks (some should be diet)
Baked Goods – need volunteers to bake desserts for the party as well as people to collect/deliver desserts to the party
Volunteers – to help out at the party.
Crafts – TBD – volunteers needed to assist kids with crafts
Gifts – should include various school supplies and back packs
If you would like to volunteer, donate or assist in any way and for more information please contact Bianca Barbella.
Volunteers Needed: CYCLE Houston (formerly Elves & More) is a children’s charity that rewards students with new bicycles for achieving better academic performance in the classroom. As part of teaching youth about Christ and giving, Young Life/Wyld Life (a non-denominational Christian ministry that reaches out to adolescents) youth will be participating in this year’s CYCLE Build-A-Bike Program. The ExxonMobil Christian community can assist the process by volunteering with the youth on Saturday, December 9, 2-5 pm, building bikes and interacting with the 10 YL/WL youth and three leaders. If you are interested in signing up (praying for at least 10 EM volunteers) please contact Charic Daniels, email@example.com, by December 1st. CYCLE will receive Team Volunteer Involvement Fund grants for every five (5) employees or qualified family members who participate. Snacks and drinks will be provided; no special skills required.