'Our Seeds of Hope Luncheon is about increasing community awareness, because the more support Pro-Vision, Inc. has the better our chances are of helping each kid find success,' said Roy Young.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) November 07, 2013
Pro-Vision, Inc. is pleased to welcome all community members to their 4th Annual Seeds of Hope Community Leaders Luncheon. Each year, the luncheon provides Pro-Vision program directors with the opportunity to reach out to local Houstonians and raise awareness about the good work that they do. Attendees are given the opportunity to meet with teachers and students to get a first hand look at the Pro-Vision programs.
Roy Young, the founder and Chief Executive of Pro-Vision, Inc understands his students and the power of community support. “I’ve been in their shoes. The only difference is I had a community that supported me. Our Seeds of Hope Luncheon is about increasing community awareness, because the more support Pro-Vision, Inc. has the better our chances are of helping each kid find success.”
DETAILS ON THE 4TH ANNUAL PRO-VISION COMMUNITY LEADERS LUNCHEON
This year’s event will be hosted by FOX 26 anchor Ms. Melinda Spaulding. In addition to her work, Ms. Spaulding is an active community member and currently serves on the Pro-Vision advisory board. As with previous events, the Community Leaders Luncheon will be held at the Pro-Vision campus.
Pro-Vision Campus Cafeteria
4590 Wilmington St.
Houston, TX 77051
November 7, 2013
11:30am-1pm (doors open at 11am)
To learn more about Pro-Vision, Inc., their youth programs and their annual luncheon, please visit: http://www.provision-inc.org/.
About Pro-Vision Inc.
Pro-Vision, Inc. was founded to provide young people in the greater Houston area with academic, social and economic opportunities in hopes of inspiring purpose and optimism in the lives they touch. The 21-acre facility is home to a grade 5-12 charter school, the Manhood Development Program, the Job Enterprise Academy and an urban farm program. Over the last 23 years Pro-Vision has helped more than 4,000 young people and their families, and they are currently providing support to more than 300 students.