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Reach Out America will assist the needy such as homeless individuals, disadvantaged children, low-income families, and disaster victims with food, clothing, building materials, educational items and other necessary articles through its various programs. Reach Out America will also implement self-help programs, group seminars for the elderly, and in-home learning sessions for the disabled. Utilizing its experience and success in soliciting, warehousing and distribution of goods, Reach Out America will assist other charitable organizations with sizeable donations for their distribution.
Reach Out America strives to be a resource of relief and hope where help is needed to alleviate suffering. During the aftermath of floods following tropical storm Allison, Reach Out America was one of numerous agencies to provide immediate disaster relief to individuals and businesses whoÃ Â¢Ã Â Ã Â s property was destroyed. In conjunction with the City of Houston, the American Red Cross and other high profile agencies, Reach Out America, rose to action as a collaborative partner in a massive initiative to provide disaster relief by becoming an integral team member of HoustonÃ Â¢Ã Â Ã Â s Long Term Recovery Task Force in assisting flood-relief efforts while concurrently supporting other established assistance initiatives. As part the FEMA led Major Donors Committee, Reach Out America, will solicit, warehouse, and distribute support for victims of Tropical Storm Allison. Reach Out America has a rich history of collaborating with other non-profit agencies and international organizations. Feed The Children, World Vision, Friends of The Americas, Action Ministries, the Red Cross and the Salvation Army are just a few of the organizations that Reach Out America has partnered with both internationally and in the United States. Various local Houston agencies that have been assisted by Reach Out America include: Star of Hope Kid Care Covenant House The Salvation Army The Bridge Target Hunger Hope Village Open Door Mission St. Vincent DePaul. Other past activities include: Assisting with painting 10000 classrooms in cooperation with the Secrectary of Education. Also, we supported Medical Missions trips to El Salvador and Russia. Our current plans with Mexico are to create health and hygiene programs (emphasis on children and elderly), sending educational materials to local schools, and programs to help people to be more economically self sufficient. Our current players in the Mexican government are the follows: First Lady of Mexico, Secretary of Education of Mexico, Wife of the Secretary of Mexico in the State of Neuvo Leon, Governors wife of Neuvo Leon, and various Officials from Mexican non-profits organizations that work with the government.
- Robert Armstrong
- (713) 745-9432
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