The Rwandan native survived a childhood of genocide and abuse. Her nonprofit hopes to stop that from happening to others.
Cornelius Nursery's poinsettia sale raises funds for Lena Pope.
From Uganda With Love
This week, find jewelry and housewares made by Ugandan artisans right here in Houston.
These thrift stores all benefit local charities.
Houston's nonprofit organizations—and the causes they support—could always use a helping hand.
Morgan Kinney, Gwendolyn Knapp, Nicki Koetting, Abby Ledoux, Laura Furr Mericas, and Dianna Wray
"Everything that is happening in our country is happening in Houston. We can be the model for this country, and we are not afraid.”
Laura Furr Mericas
From teaching someone to read to learning to merge in traffic, feeding the homeless to picking up after your dog, supporting the arts to voting to planting trees to not %$#&ing littering—and oh-so-much more.
This organization gives bikes to Newstonians who need a way to get around.
Where Fashion Meets Women's Empowerment
Tribe + Glory empowers women in Uganda to live above the poverty line, all while equipping them to achieve their dreams.