Lone Star Furnishings is proud to partner with Orphan Outreach in the construction of the Patmos Junior School in the Mathare slum of Nairobi, Kenya. Patmos Junior School provides the children of this slum of 750,000 with a place to call home, restoring hope for them and their families. This school seeks to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual, and educational needs of their students; giving them fresh hope for today and a brighter hope for tomorrow.
We had a special guest at the office today! Jake from Jake’s Heart Inc. came by to pickup the items we donated. It was an honor to meet you Jake!
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, members of the Lone Star Furnishings team gathered supplies to meet the needs of homeless people in the area. The items are being delivered to non-profit organization, Jake’s Heart, for distribution. Jake’s Heart is a Non-Profit providing advocacy for all those in need through care and compassion to achieve a better tomorrow.
Rhonda & Paul Ellington, Travis Taylor, and Phoebe Hundelt were pleased to represent Lone Star Furnishings at the Building Hope Gala in support of our philanthropic partner, Grace Bridge. Grace Bridge is a non-profit organization serving Collin & Denton counties with services that include a Food Bank and Eye-Care Clinic as well as providing a wide range of disaster relief in Texas and adjacent states. The highlight of the evening was a fireside-style chat with 43rd President of the US, George W. Bush
The Lone Star team and families worked together this afternoon to pack 87 boxes with toys, school supplies, and necessities for Operation Christmas Child 2019!
Category: Case Studies Philanthropy
Lone Star Furnishings teamed up with Grace Bridge, a North Texas based nonprofit dedicated to “equipping neighbors to help neighbors,” to donate furniture removed from Midlothian ISD during their district wide furniture refresh. Those items helped supply furniture to a school in south Texas destroyed by Hurricane Harvey and schools across Oklahoma who educate students under the care of the Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children. Some of the furniture was sent to the city of Abilene, Texas as part of their program to help transition rehabilitated prison inmates back into society.
Here are some scenes from this year’s Blue Hawaii auction hosted by The Celina Education Foundation, which will help the Foundation reach the goal of $50,000 in scholarship money for graduating seniors and another $50,000 in campus funding. Travis Taylor, CISD alum and Lone Star Furnishings sales person, was happy to participate!
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