WHO: Houston Rockets CEO Tad Brown
Rockets Legend & Hall-of-Famer Clyde Drexler
Executive Director of Sheltering Arms Senior Services Lynne Cook
Rockets Mascot Clutch
Sheltering Arms Home Owner Dora Fannon
WHAT: The Houston Rockets are donating 100 air conditioners to Sheltering Arms Senior Services to be installed in the homes of elderly, disabled adults and single mothers with small children. Following a formal donation announcement, Rockets CEO Tad Brown and Hall-of-Famer Clyde Drexler will meet with Sheltering Arms home owner, 65-year-old Dora Fannon, to install the first unit.
Sheltering Arms Senior Services: Sheltering Arms Senior Services, a United Way Agency, is a non-profit organization committed to the health and well-being of older adults and their family caregivers. Their mission is to promote the dignity and independence of older adults through service, advocacy and support for caregivers. Sheltering Arms will be working with the following organizations in selecting recipients to receive the air conditioners: Neighborhood Centers, Inc.,ChineseCommunity Center, Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA), Target Hunger,WesleyCommunity Center, Northwest Assistance Ministries, Humble Area Assistance Ministries, Catholic Charities and Adult Protective Services.
WHEN: August 30, 2011
WHERE: 3002 Bloomfield Street – Located off of 288 South & Airport Blvd.
DIRECTIONS: From Toyota Center
- Take US-59 South to 288 South (Lake Jackson/Freeport)
- Take 288 South and exitAirport Blvd.
- Turn left onAirport Blvd.
- Turn left onBuffum St.
- Turn right onBloomfield St.
- Arrive at3002 Bloomfield St.on the right