The Board of Directors of SEARCH Homeless Services and the “Of Course We Can” Capital Campaign Committee host a Ribbon Cutting for The Foshee Family House of Tiny Treasures.
As a nationally accredited early childhood education program, the House of Tiny Treasures serves toddler and preschool age children of homeless families, teaching them self-regulation, cognitive and problem-solving skills while their parents are going back to school or working.
The public event will feature words from community leaders, board members, and former clients, as well as recognize local efforts, such as Forney Construction’s provision of free construction services and Green Mountain Energy’s donation of renewable energy solutions, which made the project possible. Neighbors and friends are invited to attend and celebrate this latest achievement on the path to breaking the cycle of homelessness in Houston!
Source: Houston Press