Veriforce believes that we have a powerful role to play in our communities – both by enhancing community safety through our solutions, as well as through our employees’ commitment to community involvement and service. Through our support of the organizations listed below, Veriforce helps to promote health and education, fight hunger, and provide community relief.
The ScreamFree Institute is a not-for-profit organization working to ignite hope in parents, spouses, and leaders to strengthen their own relationships through the power of calm. Through train-the-trainer sessions, couple/parent workshops, relationship coaching, and a multitude of other resources, SFI empowers individuals to calm down, grow up, and get closer to the people who matter most. www.screamfree.org
The Salvation Army Angel Tree Program
Since 1889, The Salvation Army Angel Tree Program has provided Christmas assistance for disadvantaged children and seniors in our community. The Greater Houston region Angel Tree Program is one of the largest and longest-standing holiday gift-giving initiatives in the local region. www.salvationarmyhouston.org/angel-tree
MountainChild exists to empower Himalayan children with the skills to become carriers of hope to their people. Statistics tell us that one out of every five children born in the remote areas of the Himalayas will die before the age of one. MountainChild is urgently working to improve the lives of these children by bringing food, medical aid, education, and love to children who have little chance of survival amongst such hostile conditions. MountainChild takes careful steps to ensure that the cultural integrity and rich history of these precious children remains intact. www.mountainchild.org
Casa de Esperanza
Casa de Esperanza is a ministry project of The InterAmerican Restoration Corporation and provides residential, medical, and psychological care to children in Santa Ana, Honduras. Casa de Esperanza strives to break the destructive cycle of child abuse by offering safe homes to children of families in crisis. www.cdehonduras.org