2018 Houston Grant Impact
Be An Angel
Be An Angel provides adaptive equipment to low-income special needs children across the state of Texas. This year children will receive hearing aids and wheelchairs because of IICF!
Camp Blessing is a summer camp for kids with special needs. The camp motto is Love-Acceptance-Fun! IICF is helping send 11 campers and their families to camp who would not have been able to attend.
Casa de Esperanza
IICF provided for nearly 300 children and their families to have a safe place for children suffering from abuse and neglect while facilitating a permanent, loving future for them.
Children At Risk
CHILDREN AT RISK serves as a catalyst for change to improve the quality of life for all children in Texas through research and advocacy. IICF’s support will enable us to partner with 12 attorneys to fight human trafficking and organize tours of high-performing high-poverty schools and conduct advocacy trainings for 30 Latino parents to help them understand the school system.
Greater Houston Frontiers Club
Dedicated to providing educational and charitable assistance to minority students in the greater Houston area. GHFC will be able to provide 30 students with scholarships for 2019 due to the sponsorship of IICF.
Lone Star Veterans Association
Through the IICF grant they can expand the Veterans in Energy group to the Woodlands, providing access for over 200 veterans for connections to resources, opportunities, and one another.
Lunches of Love
Lunches of Love is 100% committed to ending childhood hunger in our community. No child should go hungry. Lunches of Love offers children 18 and under a free sack lunch during extended school holidays and weekends. Together, we can end childhood hunger
Making It Better
Making It Better transforms lives through literacy. 177 children and parents & caregivers hopped on board The Reading Express mobile classroom to receive critical reading readiness programing.
Psalm 68Five helps to change the trajectory of fatherless kids from very poor statistical outcomes in life to great outcomes. The grant will have a huge impact on 75 fatherless youth by sending them to summer camp.
The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF) is a unique nonprofit that unites the collective strengths of the insurance industry to help communities and enrich lives through grants, volunteer service and leadership. Established in 1994, IICF has contributed more than $30 million in community grants, along with 270,000 volunteer hours by more than 100,000 volunteers, to hundreds of charities and nonprofit organizations, reinvesting in local communities where funds are raised. IICF is a registered nonprofit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code. Learn more at www.iicf.org or follow us on Twitter @doubleicf.