Texas Homeless Network's Current Supporters
Current supporters from business members, to agency members, advocate members, to individual members fuel THN’s mission of making homelessness rare, brief, and non-recurring in Texas. To learn more about becoming a supporter, email email@example.com today.
Learn more about our current business members:
Mortgage on a Mission is a worker-owned business in Dallas, providing Texas families with access to quality service for their new home loan or refinance. Our Best Price Guarantee helps families find the best lender offer, even if it’s not ours. We believe that affordable housing is a human right and that everyone deserves a place to call home.
CORT is the nation’s leading provider of transition services, including furniture rental for home and office, event furnishings, destination services, apartment locating, touring, and other services. In addition to our 100+ offices, showrooms, and clearance centers across the United States, we provide furniture rental in more than 80 countries around the globe.
This End Up Furniture Company was founded in 1974 on one basic principle: to design and build solid wood furniture that is made to last. We are the originator of solid wood crate-style furniture. You will not find a better value. We offer a common-sense approach to contract furniture, making it easy for you to make one of the most cost-effective buying decisions possible.
ECHO is the lead agency that plans and implements community-wide strategies to end homelessness in Austin and Travis County. We are the backbone for the homeless services system and work closely with nonprofits, funders and government agencies to coordinate assistance and housing for people experiencing homelessness in our community. We lead the community in building a compassionate response and ensure that homelessness is rare, brief, and non-recurring.
Agency members are THN’s partners in the work. Whether they are a direct service agency or an agency invested in ending homelessness throughout their communities, we could not do it without them. We are grateful for their ongoing support and dedication to ending homelessness in Texas.
Thank you to our current agency members: Betty Hardwick Center, Caritas of Austin, City of Laredo, City of Plano, Community Healthcore, Corpus Christi Hope House, Endeavors, Front Steps, Good Neighbor Settlement House, Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet, Harris County Community Services Department, Haven for Hope of Bexar County, Lubbock Open Door, Make A Way Wellness, Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance, MHMR Tarrant County, Mid-Coast Family Services, New Hope Housing, Inc., New Hope Housing, Nueces Center for Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities, Shelter Ministries of Dallas DBA Austin Street Center, South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless, Tarrant County Homeless Coalition, Texas Panhandle Centers, The Bridge – Homeless Recovery Center, The City of Waco, The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD – PATH Program, The Salvation Army Carr P. Collins Center, The Salvation Army Victoria, Transcend STEM Education, Twin City Mission, WOMAN, Inc.
Individual members fuel THN both by their donations but also by being everyday supporters of THN’s mission. Some are social services employees while some are general community members dedicated to supporting coordinated efforts to end homelessness in Texas. Our individual members go beyond a one-time gift and remain committed to providing an annual donation to ensure THN can continue our work.
Thank you to our current THN individual members: Sherry Carroll, Tiffany Hopkins, Ben King, Belinda Bradford, JoAnn DePenning, Hugo Zurita, Juan Celis, Marisela Almeida, Michelle Yates, Janeal White, Emily Northup, Jennifer Maggard, Anne Spanyers, Bethany Thomas, Todd Ray, Norma Rodriguez, Seretha Augustine, Richard Dunn, Sabrina Santiago, Jennifer Tracy, Joe Ramirez, Vivian Chambers, Rachel Wellhausen, Kim Pickens, Lindsay Loftin, Todd Shell, Mary Stahlke, Celeste Eggert, John Flores, Daniel Kuehn, LaToya Allen, and Ashley Dyre.