MAM Announces Keynote Speaker For Annual Luncheon

MAM helps families rise above their obstacles and build better futures. MAM’s Overcoming Obstacles Luncheon is dedicated to continuing our mission. Last year, 7,000 families were able to stay in their homes and work toward independence.

City of Houston Chief Recovery Officer Marvin Odum will join Event Chairs Fiona and Chris Chandler, as well as over 300 guests who have chosen to support Memorial Assistance Ministries (MAM) by attending the 2018 Overcoming Obstacles Luncheon.

Our annual luncheon is an opportunity for you to join us in helping families overcome their obstacles.

Behind the reality of job loss, injury, divorce, illness, and living in poverty is a family working to overcome obstacles.  As families develop resiliency and strength, they pave paths to new opportunities. MAM families represent the future of our community and we are honored to be a part of their growth.

Join us in helping families realize their dreams.

Proceeds from this event will support MAM’s programs to help families move past crisis situations and into financial stability.

MAM’s 5th annual luncheon, presented by EnCap Investments and GeoSouthern Energy Partners, will take place on Thursday, September 27, 2018, at The Ballroom at Bayou Place. This year, MAM is honoring it’s 30 member congregations for their recovery efforts after Hurricane Harvey.

“It is also a great way to learn about MAM, Charity Navigator’s #1 ranked charity in Houston. – Chris Chandler, Luncheon Chair

“This luncheon is an excellent opportunity to hear about the recovery efforts in Houston from Chief
Recovery Officer Marvin Odum” stated Luncheon Chair Chris Chandler. “It is also a great way to learn about MAM, Charity Navigator’s #1 ranked charity in Houston. We hope that Houston will join us at this
important and informative fundraising event.”

For 35 years, MAM has helped families rise above their obstacles and build better futures. The Overcoming Obstacles Luncheon is dedicated to continuing that mission. In 2017, through a partnership with the City of Houston, MAM became a Neighborhood Restoration Center to help families access ongoing assistance after Hurricane Harvey. Last year, 7,000 families were able to stay in their homes and work toward independence.

To find out more about MAM’s Overcoming Obstacles Luncheon, or to support the event with a table sponsorship or donation, please visit maministries.org/luncheon.

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