We can't say enough good things about our impact organizations. Impact organizations are exactly that: organizations, often non-profits, working to solve a challenge and bring transformation to an area of need in the city. They are passionate about who they serve and are making a measurable impact. They are the heartbeat of Serve Houston community.
Why partner with Serve Houston?
- Learn new ways to use volunteers and increase the impact of your organization.
- Access a motivated community of volunteers with the skills, capacity, and desire to help meet your needs through Service Opportunities you define.
- Identify capacity and skills gaps through our needs diagnostic and plan for project teams and individual service opportunities to help address these areas.
- Receive training through Non-profit Essentials Workshops.
- Extend the reach of your organization’s story and vision through the Serve Houston network.
Interested in becoming an Impact Organization? We accept applications for the following calendar year between August 1st and September 30th. Fill this form and we will let you know when applications are available.
Redwood Living believes that apartment communities can be made stronger by uniting the residents and investing in the youth. Their staff live alongside residents in under-resourced apartment communities to gain relationships that lead neighbors to serve neighbors.
The Mission of Yahweh is a faith-based shelter that empowers, enriches and restores the lives of homeless women and children and provides outreach services to low-income families.
SpringSpirit Baseball creates positive mentoring relationships between caring staff and volunteers, the education systems, and youth and their families through baseball, softball, soccer, educational and community programs.
Eyes On Me is committed to creating a positive environment using biblical principles and standards,to shape youth culture, for lifelong success and stability in the world.
Generation One improves the quality of life for residents in the Third Ward. They tear down dilapidated homes and buildings while rehabilitating existing ones and serving/mentoring local youth.
The Source for Women promotes health and wellness by delivering holistic reproductive healthcare services and support to the women of Houston.
Nabor House Community provides free/subsidized early childhood care in a Christ-focused environment for children aged 2 months to 5 years, allowing parents to work or attend school.
The WorkFaith Connection helps people in transition build a new life through work and faith. They equip disadvantaged job seekers with skills and beliefs to gain employment and lead full lives.
Rescue Houston brings hope, freedom and new life to victims of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation, through a 24/7 local helpline offering immediate response and rescue.
All Nations Sports Academy seeks to transform and empower youth and their families of all nations through a free soccer league, currently operating in Spring Branch and Alief.
Mission Centers of Houston has served impoverished communities in Houston’s inner city for over 50 years, providing for their neighbors’ physical and spiritual needs.