Today our president, Donnell Cooper had the honor to be featured on the KPRC Channel 2 News - Houston News Makers With Khambrel Marshall. Spreading the word about the 2018 30th Dr Martin Luther King Jr Scholarship Breakfast.
Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, members of The Greater Houston Frontiers Club and Junior Frontiers has the Honor of participating in the Annual Wreaths Across America activities. The mission to Remember, Honor and Teach is carried out by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at the National Veterans Cemetery. We were able to lay wreaths on two of our very own Col. Phil Thorne and Sidney Evans.
“Hurricane Harvey has disrupted hundreds of thousands of students’ lives, most of whom were just about to start the new school year. We all know students, neighbors, and fellow Houstonians who are now displaced from their homes, employment, schools, and are even coping with the loss of loved ones. Like volunteers and citizens across this country, we were determined not to just stand by, but to take action."
We've been helping students for over 30 years with their educational cost and needs. This is no different. We are reaching out to past and current scholarship recipients and their families to offer assistance. This emergency aid will help students and their families recover from and manage immediate life-and-logistics emergencies so they can afford to resume their studies and complete their higher education pathways.
Houston, TX - As a part of the North Houston Frontiers Club (NHFC) new branding and imaging initiative, the NHFC has announced the organization’s name change to the Greater Houston Frontiers Club (GHFC). Beginning Monday, January 16th, the Frontiers implemented its new name, new logo and officially launch its new and updated website www.GreaterHoustonFrontiers.com.
With the name change, GHFC hopes to cast a wider net over the community to increase membership, and expand the sponsorship program to help provide much needed scholarships for more high school seniors from Harris County.
Donnell Cooper, GHBC president, announced the importance of the name and website change at the 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Scholarship Breakfast. “The new name change do not change the mission or the history of the Club (Greater Houston Frontiers), it just amplifies and reflects a larger presence and that's what the mission is truly about,” said Cooper.
Formally known as North Houston Frontiers, The Greater Houston Frontiers Club, Inc. is a non-profit, 501(c) (3), service organization, dedicated to providing educational and monetary assistance to talented, deserving students in Houston's Harris County. Since its inception in 1986, the Greater Houston Frontiers Club's Scholarship Program has awarded over $1M dollars to deserving college bound minority high school seniors in the Houston area. The success of the Scholarship Program is due to the generous contributions from individuals, foundation, grantors, and corporations interested in providing life changing opportunities to improve students, their families and the community at large.