2019 Class Projects

Since 2006, in response to having some of the lowest child immunization rates in the city, the SpringBranch Community Health Center (SBCHC) pulled together community partners to begin a Back-to-School Health Fair focused on providing children the immunizations needed to attend school.

Each year, on average, this SBCHC-led collaboration enables 800+ children to receive their immunizations for school, along with providing access to adult health screenings, a community organization health fair with 40 vendors, 2000+ backpacks with school supplies, and most recently, free dental sealants through the City of Houston Bureau of Oral Health.

The 2019 class assisted with this historic event and volunteered for three days during this fair. They helped put up tents, chairs, signed people up, unloaded trucks, and did anything they could to make sure the SpringBranch Community Health Center back-to-school-health fair was a success.

2018 Class Projects

  1. Sponsored a food drive to replenish WHAM Food Pantry.
  2. Class contributions to purchase and install park bench located in Terry Hershey Park (about 100 yards from Dairy Ashford on the north side of the trail).
WHLI Past Class Projects - 2018 Terry Hershey Park
WHLI Past Class Projects - 2018 Terry Hershey Park Bench Plaque

2017 Class Projects

Created a Career Connections Directory – advertising internship opportunities for students; Permanent committee working on the second edition. (This is an ongoing project.)

2016 Class Projects

Sponsored a food drive with Kroger to benefit Blessings in a Backpack.

2015 Class Projects

Two projects to benefit Literacy Advance of Houston

  1. Donated $2,000 of supplies on their “Wish” list collected at the August WHLI Alumni Social.
  2. Hosted a Fall Festival that raised $3,479 cash for the center.

2014 Class Projects

Sponsored Shred Day to benefit WHAM

2013 Class Projects

Updated WHLI Master Alumni List

2012 Class Projects

Rebuilt trails at the Houston Audubon Society

2008 Class Projects

Raised over $3,200 to support the HPD bike patrol in West Houston. Businesses in the area where the bike patrol worked were solicited and made donations. They then had a get together with food and beverages to present the funds. Many HPD officers including their leadership showed up. From this event, the public safety committee of the Houston West Chamber of Commerce was formulated.

2007 Class Projects

Session IX Class Projects Overview

2004 Class Projects

Identified “Where is West Houston”. Created a logo and a tag line.