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Cinema Arts Society

Love the Arts? Volunteer at the Houston Cinema Arts Society

If you are a film lover, and a love free movie passes, then the Houston Cinema Arts Society is the perfect place to lend your time and acquired skills. Located in the Montrose area, this non-profit organization presents innovative films, art installations and performances that stand for all things artistic. Volunteers are needed all year round for […]

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Hope Stone Inc. Welcomes Your Artistry!

For those who appreciate the beauty of creativity in motion, Hope Stone Inc., is the perfect place to give back. It provides outreach and support to people in the Houston area through performance art and dance. Community dance and movement classes are provided for at-risk and underserved students, ages 6-18, for community artistic performances. A national […]

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Recipe For Sucess Foundation

Keep Kids Healthy With The Recipe For Success Foundation Childhood obesity is one of most prevalent health conditions afflicting children all across America, including those right here in Houston.  A reliance on the convenience of processed food, and the hesitation to consume fresh fruits and vegetables are only a couple of the reasons why so many American children are unhealthy. In 2005, Houstonians […]

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Michigan Biggest Fan

Michigan State’s Biggest Fan And Her Real-Life Superman! During March Madness, basketball fans see incredible players attempt to beat the odds and become champions. However, there’s an athlete who’s already a hero to one eight-year-old girl fighting a rare nerve cancer. Michigan State senior Adreian Payne met Lacey Holsworth two years ago when the Spartan’s visited a local hospital. Since then, the […]

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