Supporters

Without the generosity of the individuals and organizations listed below, The Xena Project literally would not exist. Thank you for your donations of time, energy, expertise, and materials. In addition to those listed, please know that The Xena Project operates thanks to dozens of private individuals who prefer to keep their support anonymous.  We can’t say it enough, and it’s all we can say – thank you! (Please click on the bold title to visit the website of each organization and business.)

 

The George Foundation, for grant support of operating funds and mentorship throughout 2015, a startup year for The Xena Project.

Simonton Community Church, for support of the military ministry.

Fort Bend Cares, a charitable foundation dedicated to serving the disadvantaged children and youth of Fort Bend County.

The EcoLab Foundation / NALCOmaking a direct impact in the communities in which they operate.

Kroger Community Rewards.  Please click here for instructions on how to enroll your Kroger card, and a portion of your purchase will go to The Xena Project every time you shop for groceries.  Thank you!

HEB Texas Grocery, for donation of food and supplies to support Group Days and peer counseling events.

Combat Marine Outdoors for donation of a Trek wheelchair and other wheelchairs to improve accessibility for visiting veterans, as well as game meat to support Group Events and peer counseling gatherings.

Henry Hudson’s Pub for operating support.

Figment Llama Ranch, for the generous donation of Guy Llama.

Gypsy Vanner MVP, located at Magnolia Ranch in Katy, Texas.

Paul Hastings Law Firm, Houston Branch for sponsoring The Xena Project during the year-long application process for 501(c)3 status.

Educator’s Depot for donation of machinery and manpower to off-load the 2200-lbs riding simulator during delivery from England.

The Eventing Shop for donation of treats and horse-y goods during group events.  Keep up with their weekly specials on their Facebook page. 

Carter Hay and Grain in Beasley, Texas for donation of machinery and manpower to off-load the simulator during delivery from England, and continued supply of quality hay.  Carter Hay and Grain is veteran owned and operated.

Larry Lobash, Metal Craftsman and Army Vietnam veteran in Beasley, Texas for donation of the beautiful metal sign out front, his grilling expertise during events, and bringing those wonderful classic cars out whenever he can.

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