KUBE57CARES

WHAT IS KUBE57 CARES?

CAUSES WE PROUDLY SUPPORT

KUBE57 Cares is a community outreach program we created to benefit the city of Houston. Through our efforts, we’ve been able to assist with helping thousands of families receive assistance through charities like Star of Hope, American Cancer Society, Abigail’s Place, The Texas Epilepsy Foundation, Kick Start Kids, Homemade Hope, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and many more.

THE HOUSTON COMMUNITY IS THE HEART OF KUBE57. WE ARE DEDICATED TO HELPING AND PROVIDING RESOURCES TO AS MANY FAMILIES AS WE CAN. WE LOOK FORWARD TO PARTNERING WITH YOU TO MAKE THIS POSSIBLE. IF YOU HAVE A CAUSE YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE INVOLVED WITH KUBE57 CARES CONTACT JD Huey @ jdhuey@KUBE57.COM

SOHMISSION.ORG

STAR OF HOPE

Star of Hope is a Christ-centered community dedicated to meeting the needs of homeless men, women and their children. Positive life changes are encouraged through structured programs which focus on spiritual growth, education, employment, life management and recovery from substance abuse.

HOMEMADEHOPE.ORG

HOME MADE HOPE

Homemade Hope grew out of Founder Blair Bentley’s work as a volunteer in Houston shelters. In 2012, Bentley, educated at Bucknell University in education and art, began leading cooking classes for children at a local shelter, introducing them to simple, healthy meals they could prepare for their families with readily available ingredients.

KICKSTARTKIDS.ORG

KICKSTART KIDS

Kickstart Kids is an award winning in-school character development program that uses karate to teach life-changing values to middle school and high school students.

Kickstart Kids was founded in 1990 by martial artist, actor, and philanthropist Chuck Norris with the help of President George H.W. Bush.

ABIGAILSPLACE.ORG

ABIGAILS PLACE

Abigail’s Place formed in January of 2016 after founder Shereen Sampson realized there was a tremendous need of emergency housing support for displaced single mothers in Fort Bend County. Our mission is to serve single mothers in Fort Bend County who are facing episodic homelessness, which means that circumstances beyond their control have left them without a place to live.

norashome.org

Nora's home

Nora’s Home offers transplant patients and their families an affordable place to stay where they can find support and share experiences with others, in the comfort of a home-like environment. Nora’s Home is a new, freestanding facility near the Texas Medical Center at 8300 El Rio Street. Built with the specific needs of transplant patients and families in mind it includes: 32 private bedrooms and baths, a fully equipped kitchen, a great room, a meditation room, a community room, an education center and free shuttle services to the medical center.