On Saturday, February 15th, The Rotary Club of Houston Skyline and Pepperdine University Alumni - Houston joined for a morning of service at Hope Center Houston. Click on photos below for slideshow.
 
 
Facebook Event at https://www.facebook.com/events/458270288178928/ with more pictures
 
We accomplished a number of indoor and outdoor projects:
* Cleaning up and adding flowers to courtyard (HUGE thanks to Koy Murphy for leading)
* Removing overgrowth & sprucing up entrance to courtyard by transplanting rose bushes c
* Assembly of 200+ hygiene kits for Hope Center to hand out (HUGE thanks to Amie Parker and Samantha Holsomback for leading)
* Installing door in the middle of shipping container (HUGE thanks to Tom Murphy and JFM Services, Inc.), and organizing items stored in it
* Moving 100+ boxes of clothing to be donated to local shelter
* Installing shelving and organizing blankets
* Variety of other projects that will lift up Hope Center Houston in their offering of basic human services to the homeless.
We accomplished a number of indoor and outdoor projects:
* Cleaning up and adding flowers to courtyard (HUGE thanks to Koy Murphy for leading)
* Removing overgrowth & sprucing up entrance to courtyard by transplanting rose bushes c
* Assembly of 200+ hygiene kits for Hope Center to hand out (HUGE thanks to Amie Parker and Samantha Holsomback for leading)
* Installing door in the middle of shipping container (HUGE thanks to Tom Murphy and JFM Services, Inc.), and organizing items stored in it
* Moving 100+ boxes of clothing to be donated to local shelter
* Installing shelving and organizing blankets
* Variety of other projects that will lift up Hope Center Houston in their offering of basic human services to the homeless.


ABOUT HOUSTON HOPE CENTER
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Hope Center Houston offers resources to restore the God-given dignity of our brothers and sisters who are homeless. Hope Center Houston opened to offer basic human services to our homeless brothers and sisters. At our Center, the homeless will find a welcoming atmosphere where they can relax and find support. The facility offers shelter from inclement weather, clean restrooms, hot showers, a laundry, lunch and other necessities. Beyond the temporary basic needs, there are also mental health providers, support groups, and life coaches to support the men and women on their path out of homelessness. You can find out more about Hope Center Houston at https://www.1960hopecenter.com/