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Wesley Community Center invests in the potential of individuals and creates opportunities to strengthen families and build neighborhoods.   

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Those affected by Hurricane Harvey should either call or stop by Wesley between 9-4 Monday - Friday for financial assistance, food assistance, emotional support and other services! 713-223-8131 - 1410 Lee Street, Houston, Texas 77009

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2017 Fall Programs

Financial Opportunty Center Information Meeting
Friday September 1, 2017
Friday September 8, 2017
1:30pm

Early Childhood Education
Monday-Friday

7:30am-5:30pm

After School
Pick-up Service Available

 Looscan Elementary and Sherman Elementary 
PK-2nd grade
3:00am-6:00pm

Ketelsen Elementary

PK-5th grade

3:00am-6:00pm

After School at Sherman Elementary School
3rd grade-5th grade
3:30am-6:00pm

Middle/High School
Monday-Friday
3:30pm-6:00pm

Food Fairs
Third Saturday of each month

October 21
November 18
Centerpoint Holiday Food Distribution
December 9th (please see front desk in November for tickets)

For additional information
please contact 713-223-8131

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Spirit of Helping Luncheon
Keynote Speaker:

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 Neil Bush
Chairman, Points of Light/
Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation

Thursday, October 5, 2017,
11:30am 1:00pm
Houston Country Club
1 Potomac Drive, Houston, Texas 77057

 11:30 a.m. Reception • 12:00 p.m. Luncheon

 For table sponsorship or tickets, please call Jennifer Tucker at 713-821-8996 or jtucker@wesleyhousehouston.org for more information.  

 Register here 

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Linda Flores Olson, President and CEO
Click to view press release
Wesley would like to welcome our new President and CEO, Linda Flores Olson. Flores Olson has served the nonprofit arena as a servant leader for over 31 years.  She has worked at large Houston nonprofits such as the University of Houston, University of Houston-Clear Lake, the Greater Houston Partnership, the Alley Theatre, and Houston PBS.  She has also served smaller organizations such as Children at Risk and the Houston Hispanic Forum.  Linda serves on the Early Matters Steering Committee, Mayor Turner’s Hispanic Advisory Committee, Coalition for Great Houston Schools, Houston ISD Hispanic Advisory Committee, and the Executive Committee of Houstonians for Great Public Schools (Houston GPS ).  She is a proud alumna of the American Leadership Forum Class (ALF) XXIX, and serves on the ALF Executive Board and co-leads the ALF Citizens Organized Public Education (COPE) committee, UH-Downtown Nonprofit Management Advisory Board, Center for Houston’s Future Grad, and The Rose Advisory Board Member.  This Fall she will become part of the first cohort of Leadership ISD.

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