Work Ethic, Quality of Care & Character

Posted on Dec 15, 2014 in Ministry Needs, News, Testimonials |

Cynthia Wenz, CEO of The Source for Women, received a call at 6:00 a.m. one morning that all power, phones and computers were down at their Spring Branch location on a day when they had a full schedule of patients and medical volunteers. If they had to cancel those appointments, the many women who were waiting for medical care would have to wait another week to get it. Cynthia immediately called Doug Reed at BEMA IT, a connection she had made through The Get Together. BEMA...

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Double the Impact of Your Year-End Gift

Posted on Dec 15, 2014 in News, Testimonials |

DONATE In 2014 Your donations have made it possible for us to host our Monthly Get Together Luncheons. Luncheons that bring together business people from all professions to work together and use their expertise and contacts to meet the needs of Christ-centered ministries. Your donations make it possible for needs like these to be met every day through ministries across Houston. Needs like: Food for thousands of families Medical care for low-income families Housing for...

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Professional Expertise Used to Establish Mentoring Program

Posted on Dec 10, 2014 in Mentoring, Met Needs, News, Testimonials |

Melissa Rotholz Designs Mission of Yahweh Mentoring Program   When Melissa Rotholz, a professional in human resource development attended her first Get Together NW Luncheon, she saw immediately that one ministry could use her skills and expertise. The Mission of Yahweh, a ministry that provides shelter for women and children, needed a mentoring program. After a visit to the Mission, she became determined to use the skills she had used professionally to design and...

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God’s Conduit

Posted on Dec 8, 2014 in News, Testimonials |

    I learned long ago that my friends and contacts can contribute in amounts and ways that I never could on my own.  I’m not a plumber, but I know some.  I’m not an accountant or an attorney, but I know some.  I do not have a room full of televisions, an extra computer, or a case of dental floss, but I have discovered that some of my contacts have most of those things and are willing to help when they are introduced to the need.  Our ministries have received far...

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GT Bay Area – Serving Hope at Village Café

Posted on Apr 14, 2014 in Met Needs, News, The Get Together: Bay Area |

    “I am not a restaurateur,” stated Sharon Proulx, Executive Director of Hope Village, “But I am excellent at serving the special needs of Hope Village residents.” Since 1970, Hope Village has provided quality, affordable residential and support services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Hope Village also provides opportunities for Village residents to learn job skills and interact with the public working at their on-site...

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