In April 2014, Newhouse + Noblin’s Houston team collected supplies for kids attending Camp Victory, a non-profit group that supports children who have been victims of sexual abuse. To learn more about how you can help Camp Victory and the children they serve, click here.
In April 2014, Newhouse + Noblin’s Dallas office provided a team of volunteers to work a rewarding shift at the North Texas Food Bank, sorting donated food for immediate delivery. The North Texas Food Bank is a leading national member of the Feeding America Food Banks, providing access to nearly 90,000 nutritious meals each day. Click here to learn more about how you can get involved too!
This month our Houston team worked with Medical Bridges, sorting medical supplies to be distributed to locations in need of medical assistance around the world. Medical Bridges recovers medical surplus that would otherwise be discarded and redistributes it to hospitals, clinics, and healthcare providers in less fortunate countries with the goal of bridging the gap in care. For more information about how you can get involved, click here.
In November 2013, Newhouse + Noblin’s Dallas team drove delivery routes for Meals on Wheels. All around us are seniors in desperate need of nutritious meals and human contact. VNA volunteers and staff work through the Meals on Wheels program to serve qualified homebound seniors and disabled adults, helping them remain in their homes with dignity and independence.
VNA’s Meals on Wheels provides nutritious, freshly prepared, hot meals to Dallas County residents who can’t provide for themselves due to illness, advanced age or disability. To learn how you can volunteer for this vital community service, click here.
In October, Newhouse + Noblin’s Dallas team prepared and delivered over 500 snack packs to the SoupMobile. SoupMobile is a Dallas based charity that not only strives to feed the area’s homeless with food, but to also “feed” them with love, caring, compassion and shelter. We have been privileged to help in this cause many times over the past two years, and thanks to the efforts of the SoupMobile and its volunteers, over 200,000 meals were provided last year to Dallas’ homeless.