House of Charity
Rating: 4.32 stars 31 31 reviews
10802 Sugar Hill Drive Ste A Houston TX 77042 USA
The mission of the House of Charity is to bring help, hope and healing to children and their families in Houston and around the Globe. We envision a world in which underprivileged and impoverished children and their families achieve their full potential so they can develop into healthy and compassionate adults.
Since inception, HOC has provided aid to over 175,000 children and youth worldwide.
Low income children, Youth and their families
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Geographic areas served:
Local, National and international
Faithful to our mission of improving the quality of life of underprivileged and impoverished children and their families we have been implementing projects to provide medical & surgical treatment, disaster relief, medical, surgical, educational supplies & equipment. The House of Charity is working to achieve its goal through the following programs; 1. Medical Mission 2. Healing Home 3. Resource Aid 4. Volunteer Development
Filter Reviews by Role
Promote This Nonprofit
Reviews for House of Charity
As a person who is in Houston Tx. due to hurricane displacement, I would like to give my honest opinion of this God-sent organization. After arriving I was put in touch with a lady by the name of Hashmat Effendi at The House Of Charity, unaware of the fact that I was actually going to meet an angel and going to heaven. This woman of mercy cloth, fed and saw that I was housed at a place called the Healing Home, which I found out later was a charitable organization which helped poor and severely burned children irregardless of race and religion. I found out later, that this kind soul was the CEO of the org. thank you so much HOC. I wish that we had a person and org like yours in every state, again, thank you madam H Effendi for giving me the new-found faith in the human race. Houston Texas you are blessed to have The House Of Charity and The Healing Home.
Will you volunteer or donate to this organization?
How much of an impact do you think this organization has?
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?