The Tomball Benevolence Network (TBN) continues to widen as community connections are made. There are new TBN partners - and meetings with community leaders, businesses, and churches, are in the works.
To achieve our goal of moving beyond emergency relief to restoration and development of our clients, we need to partner with many agencies (businesses, schools, churches) and individuals who can provide a ‘hand up’ to our clients. That is why the Tomball Benevolence Network (TBN) has been formed—
Many thanks to the businesses, organizations, and churches that support us. This month we especially would like to thank Manna Bread from Heaven, National Honor Society student volunteers, the Junior Guild of Texas, and more ...
The Tomball Benevolence Network (or TBN) is a beehive of activity. Windwood Presbyterian, First Baptist Church of Tomball, and First Presbyterian of Tomball have recently officially joined the Network. We welcome them as TBN members!
Positive momentum continues with The Tomball Benevolence Network (TBN) under the leadership of Karen Guiles. Informative meetings were held in January with Lone Star College, Tomball ISD, and Harris County Precinct 4, resulting in their becoming supporting TBN members.