Houston Jeans for a Means Donation

2/2/16 Back to News

'Tis the time of giving and L.K. Jordan & Associates made a huge impact on the DePelchin Children's Center in Houston with our bi-annual giving campaign, Jeans for Means. For the second half of 2015 we raised $3,500 and a check was delivered on Wednesday, just in time for Christmas!

These funds will go directly to the Transitioning to Adulthood through Guidance and Support (TAGS) Program.

DePelchin's Transitioning to Adulthood through Guidance and Support (TAGS) Program seeks to provide a safe, stable environment for homeless young adults, ages 18-22, who have aged out of the child welfare system. In addition to offering temporary residence, the TAGS Program provides youths the opportunities, knowledge and skills necessary to mature into productive, responsible adults capable of becoming independent. For more information on this incredible program for young adults, visit: http://www.depelchin.org/transitioning-to-adulthood-through-guidance-and-support/

Way to go LKJ team!

 



'Tis the time of giving and L.K. Jordan & Associates made a huge impact on the DePelchin Children's Center in Houston with our bi-annual giving campaign, Jeans for Means. For the second half of 2015 we raised $3,500 and a check was delivered on Wednesday, just in time for Christmas!

These funds will go directly to the Transitioning to Adulthood through Guidance and Support (TAGS) Program.

DePelchin's Transitioning to Adulthood through Guidance and Support (TAGS) Program seeks to provide a safe, stable environment for homeless young adults, ages 18-22, who have aged out of the child welfare system. In addition to offering temporary residence, the TAGS Program provides youths the opportunities, knowledge and skills necessary to mature into productive, responsible adults capable of becoming independent. For more information on this incredible program for young adults, visit: http://www.depelchin.org/transitioning-to-adulthood-through-guidance-and-support/

Way to go LKJ team!

 


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