SGIA Efforts In The Community
THEY LOST EVERYTHING: Nichelle Alexander says she just went back to school shopping w/ her 2 girls (8 & 14 y/o), when they LOST EVERYTHING this morning in a house fire in N. Houston. While blessed they made it out alive, they can’t help but shed tears. Story: https://bit.ly/2Za1ief
I heard on the news about a family house burning down and how they lost everything. Everyone was able to exit the home safely and there were no reported injuries. I immediately called my partner Freddie Jackson and told him that we need to locate the family and take them some things. We made a few calls and were able to locate and take the kids some brand new shoes, backpacks, and school supplies. We will also be shopping for their clothes for school. The Sonrise Community Church Pastor Ed-Bobbi Buford has also joined us to assist this family. We have adopted this family for Christmas. If you would like to donate please inbox me or call 832-468-4547 "Changing frowns to smiles"
Family separated after 3-alarm fire destroyed home in east Houston and Social Good In Action stepped in to help
God is so good! We were able to get food, clothes and hygiene items to the family, take the mother to get something to eat. Excited to spend some time with little Angie, giving all praises to God her surgery went well. Mom told me that yesterday she wasn't responsive, but today I walked in and started talking to her and letting her know that we love her, we miss her and she needs to get back to school. Those big beautiful eyes popped open and she started smiling......That was all I needed..confirmation that she's a true fighter and will be okay! She has no idea that her home was burned down but we will make sure that she is taken care of. Thanks Mayor Sandra Massie Hines for helping Social Good In Action support this family!
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Brandon Walker Social Good In Action founder Martesha C. Haynes-Burrage
Live on Channel 2 News
On May 28th Social Good In Action made rounds to go meet with two families who lost everything due to house fires. They took the family non- perishable food items, hygiene items,clothes and shoes. The children were so happy because they were able to get some new things. S/O to Freddie Jackson and Mayor Sandra Massie Hines for your help with food contributions.