After the regular meeting last Thursday, Margarita led a small group to a site visit to Community Connect, housed at KIPP Academy in SW Houston.  Founder and former West U resident Ann Whitlock Skelly shared their mission of bringing all available resources and more to support the residents of this high-density low income community who live with constant stress from physical, emotional and financial factors.  Ameliorating bad situations before they become catastrophes can change the trajectory for the future of an entire family and for generations to come.  
Hearing about the work CC does for Sharpstown/Gulfton communities.
Partners include KIPP Texas, YMCA, St. Lukes United Methodist Church and Legacy Health.