Powerhouse has been a committed partner and sponsor of Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Dallas since 2017. “JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Their strength lies in their exclusive focus and singular influence on the worldwide effort to end T1D.”
In this video is Reese, a JDRF Youth Ambassador who was diagnosed with T1D in November 2019 is thanking Powerhouse, her corporate sponsor. We’ve been happy to support this organization for the past 3 years. Watching Reese’s message brought tears to our eyes and reminds us why it’s so important to always be a helper.
Thank you, Reese, for your heartfelt message. We are more inspired than ever to #TurnType1intoTypeNone.
JDRF’s Vision sounds simple “a world without type 1 diabetes,” but their efforts are massive. “Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that strikes both children and adults suddenly. It has nothing to do with diet or lifestyle. There is nothing you can do to prevent it. At present, there is no cure.” JDRF has many advocacy and research efforts and a strong community with a mission to “improve lives today and tomorrow by accelerating life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications.”
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In T1D, your pancreas stops producing insulin—a hormone the body needs to get energy from food. This means a process your body does
However, insulin is not a cure for diabetes. Even with the most vigilant disease management, a significant portion of your day will be spent with either high or low blood-sugar levels. These fluctuations place people with T1D at risk for potentially life-threatening hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic episodes as well as devastating long-term complications such as kidney failure, heart attack, stroke, blindness and amputation. Learn more about T1D.naturally and automatically becomes something that now requires your daily attention and manual intervention. If you have T1D, you must constantly monitor your blood-sugar level, inject or infuse insulin through a pump, and carefully balance these insulin doses with your eating and activity throughout the day and night.
Dear Employees –
Powerhouse Foundation has established an emergency grant fund for Powerhouse employees who are facing financial hardship as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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|Eligibility:||The fund is open to applications from individuals who were employed by Powerhouse as of March 15, 2020.|
|Programs:||Powerhouse Foundation is providing financial support for food assistance and emergency needs.|
|Deadline:||Grants will be paid out from March 27th until funds are exhausted.|
|Application:||To apply for a grant, you must complete the application by clicking the link above or below.|
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Also be aware of the new stimulus package and what it means for you – click here to learn more.
Are you looking for counseling?
Let us introduce you to The Fountains Counseling Center. Reach out to them directly (INFO@TFFCOUNSELING.COM) or us (POWERHOUSEFOUNDATION@POWERHOUSENOW.COM) for an introduction.
Other possible resources for assistance:
- Community Storehouse – 817-431-3340 Keller ISD and NW ISD areas including Colleyville, Fort Worth, Haltom City, Haslet, Justin, NRH, Roanoke, Southlake, Watauga, Westlake, and all the city of Keller.
- Open Door Ministries
- Christian Community Assistance
- House of Hope – Crowley
- Harvest House – Burleson
- Community Enrichment Center, Inc. – 817-281-1164 – (76006, 76021, 76022, 76034, 76039, 76040, 76051, 76053, 76054, 76092, 76095, 76099, 76103, 76111, 76112, 76117, 76118, 76120, 76131, 76137, 76148, 76155, 76179, 76182, 76244, 76248, 76262, 76299.)
- Mission Arlington – 817-277-6620 – Arlington Area
- Salvation Army – 817-377-1800 – Tarrant County
- Community Action Partners Parks and Community Services – 817-871-5772
- Battered Women’s Foundation – 817-427-0720
- Christian Connection – 817-283-8746 – (76021, 76022, 76039, 76040)
- NEED – 817-280-0286 for East and 817-759-1506 for West
- Arlington Urban Ministries – 817-861-8585
- Allen Community Outreach – 972-727-9131
- Samaritan Inn/Collin County Care Center http://www.thesamaritaninn.org phone 972-542-5302
- Community Action Partners – 972-219-HELP
- Union Gospel Mission – 1321 East Lancaster Avenue | Fort Worth, TX 76102-6689 phone 817-339-2553
- Joseph Storehouse – 4605 Denton Highway, Haltom City, TX 76117 phone 877-441-7248 – email@example.com
If you have any additional questions please contact Powerhouse Foundation first by emailing PowerhouseFoundation@powerhousenow.com then call our Executive Director at 936-522-7779 (please be sure to leave a voicemail if no answer). We will get back with you as quickly as possible.
Powerhouse Foundation and Powerhouse Ownership
This year, North Texas Giving Day is on September 19th, however, it’s never to early too schedule your giving! This online event began in 2009 to raise awareness for local non-profits. Be a part of the change that is empowering all of North Texas to give back to their community by supporting a non-profit of your choice. Learn more about this event on North Texas Giving Day’s website.
Powerhouse Foundation was created to have a positive and lasting impact on our neighborhood, so please consider supporting our vision by giving to one of Powerhouse Foundation’s local partners listed below!
If you are a Powerhouse Employee and wish to give to one of our partners via payroll deductions, please email PowerhouseFoundation@powerhousenow.com
Crowley Senior Center
The City of Crowley is proud to partner with Sixty & Better to provide programs and services for the seniors in this community. This program is for those aged 60+ and provides a congregate meal program, socialization activities and health and wellness classes Monday-Friday from 8-2 p.m.
The Crowley Senior Center continues to provide a place for entertainment, camaraderie and relaxation. Make plans to join this organization for Bingo, Dominoes, Crafts, Line Dancing, Silver Sneakers and much more!
If you are a Powerhouse Employee and wish to give more than a donation, we spend lots of time visitng this Center! Reach out to Ronni Goble for how you can become more involved with this lively group!
N. Crowley High School’s D.R.E.A.M. Academy & Panther Emporium
GIVE TODAY by emailing PowerhouseFoundation@powerhousenow.com
The D.R.E.A.M. Academy (Development through Refinement, Enrichment, Academics and Mentoring) focuses on the overall development of the student by addressing the essential needs of students for life both in and out of school. By assisting students in the refinement of their skills and providing them with life enriching experiences that connects their academics to real world, we hope to ensure student success both inside and outside the classroom. In addition to the support of their teachers, students will have mentors and student advocates to help them navigate through issues as they arise. These mentors will be NCHS staff, former D.R.E.A.M students, and Powerhouse employees. The role of the Powerhouse mentors is to help educate the students on careers, college and life experiences. These mentors can provide potential work study opportunities, volunteer hours and counseling.
The Panther Emporium provides and equips all students with the necessary resources to be successful learners and community members. We provide school supplies, hygiene products, clothing, undergarments, footwear, formal attire for men and women, homecoming and prom tickets, cap and gowns, daily snacks, weekly meals, emergency lunches, cooking classes, family dinner nights, and counseling.
The Fountains Fellowship Counseling Center
The Fountains Counseling Center exists due to generous donations from people like you. TFCC is a non-profit organization with a strong desire to provide hope and healing to those in the Crowley, Burleson and the surrounding areas, who are unable afford the high cost of professional mental health therapists. TFCC’s counselors are some of the best in the area and truly care for their clients.
The Counseling Center’s clients are anyone from the age of 3 to 93. The counseling team works with individuals, couples, teens, children, and sometimes the entire family to restore peace and harmony to the lives of everyone willing to participant in the counseling process.
TFCC has been open less than a year and have already help over 300 people find the hope they need.
Please help us help others by donating today. https://tffcounseling.com
Crowley Center for ASD
The Center for ASD’s Mission is to improve the quality of life of individuals affected by autism and other special needs, their families and the community as a whole. To be a place where all individuals can feel safe, unjudged, appreciated and have a great day!
This organization has grown from serving 90 participants in 2016 to 448 this year! They offer full day programs, after school care, social activities, parent support, summer camps and much more! They are in business because 1 in 59 children are diagnosed with austism; an estimated 10% of all students enrolled in DFW school districts have a special needs diagnoses.
For every $20 donation, the CASD gets to provide all the resources necessary to give one hour of Social Skills, Learning Skills, Coping Skills and much more for FIVE partipants. “Our impact is greater when we give together.”
Crowley House of Hope
Crowley House of Hope seeks to be a beacon of hope to individuals and families living in the city of Crowley and the region of Crowley Independent School District. Crowley House of Hope provides food and financial assistance and medical and counseling services. We also provide an array of seasonal programs such as school supplies and weekend Snack Sacks for students, Thanksgiving Baskets and our long-standing tradition of Share the Love which gifts children with presents under the tree on Christmas morning.
What began as a small food assistance ministry more than 25 years ago has blossomed into a partnership with the community to provide high-quality, vital services in an atmosphere of respect and compassion.
Support Our Soldiers
Support Our Soldiers (SOS) is a military support non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization based in Fort Worth, Texas. Founded in July, 2011 we now have 8 programs to serve our military community – Baking for heroes, New baby support, Outreach events, Caring for female military members, letters from home, and our primary mission care box brigade sending to those in need overseas.
Healing Shepherd Clinic
HSC provides medical care to the homeless population of downtown Fort Worth. When you donate to the Healing Shepherd Clinic, you provide education, preventative care and medical treatments to those who need it most. It is truly a life saving asset in our community.
Watch James’s story to learn more about how the Healing Shepherd Clinic is addressing the health issues and the struggles that the individuals experiencing homelessness face.
The Powerhouse Foundation was established in 2018, however charitable giving to the community based on the owners’ faith has existed since Powerhouse was formed. While it continued with the programs existing before its 501(c)(3) status, it now has the ability to cast a wider net around the Crowley, TX area. Click below to see how Powerhouse Foundation has had a positive and lasting impact on its neighborhood.
Powerhouse is sharing Crowley’s excitement for CISD’s 2019-2020 school year!
So excited, some of our HR and Finance team members went to BRJ’s campus to welcome the high schoolers to their first day! This school district of two high school campuses and one CTE Center is the source of Powerhouse’s interns for the Fall and Spring semesters. We can’t wait to meet the young adults that get to come to our office this semester.
Thank you HR and Finance for being a part of this red carpet welcome at the CTE Center early this morning! Your energy and encouragement is sure to make a positive and lasting impact on their day and hopefully their year.
Brittney Hale, Sr. Training and Development Manager, rounded up a group of Powerhouse employees to welcome CISD’s students to their first day of school