Project Houston

Improving the health, educational attainment, human welfare, and life-improving opportunities for all ages, of families in the Southeast Houston areas.

"Building Hope For The Future"

Help us help Houston!

Project Houston has been an integral part of the recovery efforts in SE Houston since Hurricane Harvey made landfall in the fall of 2017.  Throughout recovery efforts, PHCDC has hosted over 90 teams from around the country and provided over 120,000 hot meals to volunteers and displaced families. The efforts by PHCDC have not stopped, but rather are continuing to help families rebuild after the amazing devastation.
PHCDC received a gracious donation by generous businesses in the area of warehouse and dormitory space, but we have since had to relinquish these spaces.  We are need of ongoing space to house teams that come to our area to donated their time and energy int he rebuild process.  Our goal is to build a 48 person facility that can serve as dorm and office space for the immediate and future needs of housing for teams.
This Summer we are launching Day Camps for youth in our area to help provide a camp experience while providing much needed childcare for working families.  The dormitory would serve as housing for our volunteer workers throughout their stay.
Our Goal is to raise 75k for the placement of 2 donated modular buildings. Would you consider partnering with us in this effort to provide a much needed resource for families in the Southeast Houston area?

Our current projects include:

Live Well Coaching Services

Crisis intervention and life coaching are available to individuals and families experiencing serious problems.

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Disaster Recovery & Relief

Project Houston CDC is actively involved in assisting our community in recovery after Hurricane Harvey.

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Help us reach our financial goals!

You can help us build hope in Houston area communities by donating financially!