Suburban Sugar Land Women’s 2013 in Review & 2014 Preview

Shown are Melvin Petitt, Mable Scott Austin, and Mose Austin.

Suburban Sugar Land Women shared 2013 In Review programs highlights that encouraged, educated, equipped, engaged, and empowered!

January, donations of school supplies and clothing to three Fort Bend schools and annual scholarships available online.

February, held an African American History program with a salute to the military.

March, provided education and training on parents’ rights, how to conduct pleasant, powerful, and productive meetings.

April, awarded four first – time and six continuing scholarships and held a scholarship recipients luncheon.

May, recruited  board members and  phenomenal partners.

June – July, sponsored children and youth at summer camp

August, they mailed scholarship recipients  checks to their colleges and universities; and they had their annual appreciation reception.

September, they had a youth financial literacy training for over 150 eighth graders.

October, they honored our founders and CEO  for 25 years of exemplary leadership and service community by awarding them SSLW highest service honor-“ Lifetime Service Legends” award.  This event was a highly successful fundraiser that raised over $25,000 in minutes thanks to Kirbyjon Hines Caldwell, Senior Pastor, Windsor Village United Methodist Church in Houston and many others .

November, families were given generous donations of food and  supplies.

December, food, clothing, and supplies were distributed to the homeless, veterans, and disabled.

2014 Preview: SSLW will continue our purpose, mission, and vision of  FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC programs: annual, competitive, academic scholarships are available until February 28 online; various education and training such as how to conduct pleasant and productive meetings, parents’ rights, financial literacy, college – career readiness, mentoring, tutoring, voter education and training; summer camp;  board development; emergency support;  adopt families, schools, nursing centers, and a park; wellness, educational, civic, and cultural programs ; appreciation reception; partnerships; collaborations; and special requests.

2013 and 2014 Phenomenal Partners: Elise & Joel Harmon; Albert Glover; Melvin Petitt; Windsor Village United Methodist Church; Addie L. Johnson, Esquire; Dr. Johnny & Anne Johnson; Deloris Scott Mills; Dr Michael & June Peggs; Dr. Moses & Susan Wilcox; Kathryn & Caleb Bonds; EMG-E3- Bill Morris;
A Concerned Citizens Group; Jackson State University, Houston Area Alumni Chapter; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated, Suburban Houston Fort Bend Alumnae Chapter; Emmit Moss Trust- Cassie Levy;
Innerfaith Publishing; Ann Marie Rennalls; Dr. Jackie Cobbin; Francis & Michael Silvernail;  and  others.

January – December: free and ongoing services and resources: senior enrichment activities at three centers; mentoring  and tutoring; families outreach; voter registration and education; adopted children in Africa; community gardens; positive males; and various wellness, educational, cultural, and civic programs!

SSLW invites you to become a member and or a partner in 2014. All donations are tax – deductible in accordance with IRS’ guidelines. Written receipts are  provided within thirty days. Contact them at Post Office Box 2384  *  Sugar Land, Texas 77487 (713-256-7953) (713-857-2807) or SSLW1989@aol.com or  www.sslw.org.

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