Outreach Center of West Houston Community Updates: Recovery Programs, Houston Local Art, Poker Tournament, Leadercast 2018 & More
As part of our Houston community recovery, we are especially thankful to all of you for helping OCWH off to a great start to 2018. We surpassed our year end goal of $10,000 to help offset Hurricane Harvey recovery at the Center.
Since Hurricane Harvey, we have restored FamilyPoint’s community library, installed new concrete flooring, hung sheetrock, and have now completed water-proofing the building’s exterior. We are happy to announce that the facility is not only fully restored, but much improved.
Everyone at OCWH is extremely grateful for the cooperation and help provided by our Center’s supporters, neighbors and our non-profit agency partners.
West Houston is an amazing community! Please feel free to give me a call to arrange a tour of OCWH’s new and improved facility and meet some of our community partners.
Games Night Houston Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament 2018
Games Night is back, March 22, 2018 with our fabulous Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament. The evening also includes casino game tables, cash bar, hors d’oeuvres, and dessert, plus a raffle and gifts and prizes throughout the night. So “Play-a-Hand to Lend-a-Hand. Read more.
Houston Leadercast 2018 Tickets
Outreach Center of West Houston is pleased to again bring Leadercast Live 2018 to our West Houston/Katy, Texas community. Leadercast is shaping the way the world views leadership by filling the world with leaders worth following.
Leadercast Live 2018 is the largest one-day leadership event held in Atlanta and simulcast globally to hundreds of locations each year. Bringing together some of the most recognized and respected leaders across the globe, Leadercast is a leadership experience unlike any other. Read more.
Houston Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous
Many people resort to desperate measures to control their weight and the way they eat expensive diets, surgery, medications, excessive exercise, purging, abuse of laxatives, and extreme food restriction. Others don’t know where to turn or have just given up hope. Many have found, however, an effective long-term solution through Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA). Read more.
Attention: Houston Professional & Amateur Artists
Houston Local Art to be featured at OCWH – This year we planning to enhance the Center by showcasing Houston area artists to further enhance the interior of the Center with the artwork of both amateur and professional local artists. Whether you consider yourself an amateur or professional artist, please help us fill our walls with Houston’s local talent.
OCWH’s mission is to be a platform for non-profit organizations in the West Houston area to connect with the local community. We bridge these organizations with our friends and neighbors to make possible truly life-changing and life-saving opportunities.
For more information or to arrange a tour, please contact Jorge Quiñones, Executive Director, at 281-497-7211 or firstname.lastname@example.org.