Honorees for the 19th Barrier Breaker Award Luncheon

             

Career and Recovery Resources, Inc., honored Indrani Goradia and Indrani’s Light Foundation,

along with our Career and Recovery Resources Star Clients

yesterday at our 19thAnnual Barrier Breaker Awards Luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Houston.

 

To celebrate its 70th Anniversary of helping people identify and overcome barriers to employment, Career and Recovery Resources held a luncheon to honor its star clients, former honorees and the 2015 honorees, Indrani Goradia and her Indrani’s Light Foundation.

In keeping with a 19-year tradition of applauding inspirational community leaders who have achieved success or helped others to overcome barriers to success, the awards luncheon was held at the Hyatt Regency-Houston Ballroom. Luncheon Co-Chairs are Bimla and Swatantra Jain.

 Indrani Goradia is a philanthropist and advocate for women’s health and empowerment. She is the founder and visionary guiding Indrani’s Light Foundation (ILF), a nonprofit foundation dedicated to providing solutions to Gender Based Violence. She is a strong supporter of the work of Career and Recovery Resources as a member of the Advisory Board following several years as a member of the Board of Directors. Over the past ten years, Ms. Goradia has partnered with various organizations to bring health, strength and wellness to women in need through her foundation.

In addition, the awards luncheon recognizes Career and Recovery Resources’ Star Clients who, with the help of CRR, have successfully overcome personal barriers to achieve employment and lead productive lives. During the luncheon, Star Clients shared their inspiring life stories and explain how Career and Recovery Resources, Inc. positively affected their lives.

 

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Abdulrazaq Al Jumaili represented the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, Darlene Daniels represented the Homeless Outreach Program, Samantha W. represented the Alternative Program, and Darryl McDonald represented the Veterans Program.

 

For more information please call (713) 754-7065 or (713) 754-7082 or visit careerandrecovery.org

                                       

Thank You For Your Support!


Thank you to all of your support of the

Barrier Breaker Luncheon held on June 30th, 2015

Underwriter: Indrani and Hemant Goradia

Sponsor: Annonymous Donor * Bimla & Swatantra Jain

Major Supporters:  H-E-B Group, Winell Herron; Scurlock Foundation, Leslie & Jack Blanton, Jr.

Dollar General Literacy Foundation, Denine Torr; Eagle Global Advisors, c/o Edward Allen;  Wells Fargo Bank

Marc and Jeri Shapiro Family Foundation; Chase Bank

VIP Table Sponsors:  Paula S. Sutton & Bill Gross; Alma & Dr. Vern Swisher, Grant Thorton LLP/Susan Floyd-Toups;

Vrinda & Dr. Dinesh Pejaver; Carol Helliker & David Luther; Dr. Kathy C. Flanagan; Enterprise Holdings, Thomas Hernandez;

BC Houston Career Training Academy, Beverly Cotton; Center Point Energy, Inc./Carol Heliker;

Petrello Family Foundation, Anthony Petrello

Table Sponsors: Whitney Bank, Rick Ulloa; Klotz Associates, Inc., Hon. Tom Ramsey;

Smart Financial Credit Union, Patti & Gary Tuma;  

Jacqueline & Courtney Blackburn; Primeway Credit Union, Scott Kreinbring; 

Houston Community College, Dr. William Harmon, President; Gwen and Dr. David Scott, Jr.;

Gulfgate Dodge Chrysler Jeep Dealership, Marla & James Davis; Leslie and Jack Blanton,Jr.; 

Capitol One Wealth Management and Private Banking, Joel Diaz; 

US Trust-Bank of America Wealth Management, Susan Wagner; 

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, Marina Coryat;

 Maggie and  Michael Joplin; Rita Trimmer-Ray & Darren Ray

Capitol One, Joel Diaz

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Celebrating 70 Years

Career and Recovery Resources, Inc.

CELEBRATING 70 YEARS

Helping People Identify and Overcome Barriers to Employment Since 1945                 

 Click here to Learn More About Career and Recovery Resources, Inc., from our CEO

For more information regarding our free services or to make a donation, click Donate Now below.

 

Naming Opportunities for New Building

 

 

 CRR groundbreaking

 

Naming Opportunities for Career and Recovery Resources, Inc., Building:

 

Completing the Campaign: Seeking $ 1,500,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building Naming Opportunity                       $1,000,000

 

 

 

Program Naming Opportunity                          $700.000

 

 

 

Foyer Naming Opportunity                              $500,000

 

 

 

Major Donors Rooms                                      $300,000

 

 

 

Instructional Centers                                       $250,000

 

 

 

Wall of Major Donors                                      $100,000

 

 

 

Wall of Sponsor Donors                                   $ 25,000- 99,000

 

 

 

 

Contributions

$300 for the Name Plate Wall of Donors

$200 for Bricks

$70, $700, $7,000, $70,000, or $700,000 for our 70th Year Anniversary Gift

 

For additional information, or to make a donation or call 713.754.7082

 

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Celebrating 70 Years of Community Service

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