2016 Feds Feed Families Campaign
PMP joined the Office of Personnel Management / Federal Investigative Services Division to collect non-perishable food items to help those in need. These donations will help families get the nutrients their bodies need to stay healthy, active and strong. PMP donated 278.50 pounds in food and water!
2016 CAREER EXPLORER PROGRAM RECRUITING LUNCHEON
TEDDY BEAR DONATION
2016 Louisiana Flood Relief Efforts- PMP joined D'zire Boutique in collecting donations for families affected by the recent flood in Louisiana. The donation drive was held on Sunday, August 21, 2016 . Some of the items collected were cleaning supplies, water, non-perishable food items, first aid kits, flashlights, personal hygiene items, blankets, bedding, baby formula, diapers, new or gently used clothing, shoes etc. In addition, PMP donated gift cards to families in need of emergency assistance. The relief items were distributed to families in Lafayette, Breaux Bridge, Youngsville, Abbeville, Crowley, Baton Rouge and Tangipahoa Parish. Thank you for your support and prayers for all the families affected by the devastation.
BACK 2 SCHOOL BASH
B2SB helped underprivileged kids go back to school with necessary items for the school year. Your generous donation
provided backpacks and school supplies to low-income children in the community. The school supplies that are part of each bag include notebooks, #2 pencils, folders, erasers, highlighters, boxes of crayons, round-tip scissors, packs of notebook paper, colored pencils, folders, index cards, index card holders, pencil sharpeners, rulers, glue sticks, composition books, sharpie markers, bottles of glue, pencil pouches, post-it pads, three-ring binders, a healthy snack and more.
2016- PMP distributed 15 backpacks and over 375 pre-filled bags with school supplies.
2017 - PMP distributed 100 pre-filled bags, over 400 school supply items and 75 brand new shoes. There were 319 participants at the Back 2 School Workshops.
"Oh, The Places We Can Go!"
TEXAS CHILDREN'S BALLOON PROJECT
Hurricane Harvey Relief
DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION
"2016 RED RIBBON WEEK"
Target Hunger Houston - Fighting Hunger. Shaping Lives. Strengthening Our Community
"PMP" supported Target Hunger in the fight against hunger by participating in their "2016 Will Walk 4 Food".
Target Hunger's mission is to alleviate hunger and its root causes in the Houston neighborhoods we serve. The Randalls/Target Hunger Will Walk 4 Food - "WW4F" 5k Awareness took place on Saturday, September 17, 2016 at the Denver Harbor Multi Service Center located at 6402 Market Street in Houston. Thanks to all who participated in the walk and for your donations!
Louisiana Flood Relief
2017- PMP sponsored 5 families in which items were purchased based on their specific needs.
In addition, 45 gift cards were distributed as well as thousands of cleaning supplies, toiletries, school supplies, food etc.
PMP celebrated with DEA in the "2016 Red Ribbon Week" by wearing red ribbons, participating in community anti-drug events, and pledging to live drug-free lives. Drug Enforcement Administration is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program. DEA’s primary mission and responsibility as a law enforcement agency is to enforce the Nation's federal drug laws. DEA recognizes that not only reducing the quantity (supply) of drugs is essential to a safe and drug free country, but also reducing the desire (demand) for illicit drugs is a vital component to effectively reduce drug use in our Nation.
Drug Enforcement Administration is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program. Red Ribbon Week started after the death of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who in 1985 was brutally tortured and murdered by drug traffickers he was investigating in Mexico. After his death, people started wearing red ribbons to honor Kiki’s sacrifice. Today, millions of people celebrate Red Ribbon Week by wearing red ribbons, participating in community anti-drug events, and pledging to live drug-free lives.
The “Vigil for Lost Promise” is a remembrance of those who have died from the use of drugs. It reinforces the work law enforcement and prevention education does to help shield others from the tragedy caused by drug abuse.
DEA’s primary mission and responsibility as a law enforcement agency is to enforce the Nation's federal drug laws. DEA recognizes that not only reducing the quantity (supply) of drugs is essential to a safe and drug free country, but also reducing the desire (demand) for illicit drugs is a vital component to effectively reduce drug use in our Nation.
10th Annual Houston-Harris County Regional
Thursday, October 27, 2016 7:00 P.M.
Steps of City Hall 901 Bagby Street Houston, TX
A Special Remembrance to Loved Ones Lost Due to Alcohol and other Drug Related Incidents
"HEART TO HEART TOY CHEST"
Heart to Heart Toy Chest collected new unwrapped toys, magazines, books and child-appropriate gifts (Birth to age 18)
during the months of October to December in 2016. Our goal is to provide low-income, underserved and hospitalized children with gifts during the holiday season. Your donated gifts were distributed to underserved children in the community, Texas Children's Hospital (West Campus) and Tulane Medical Center (New Orleans, LA).
Special Thanks to Community Self Storage (U-Haul)
Thank you all for showing the love in your hearts this holiday season!!!!!