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READ3Zero Hosts 5 Year Anniversary Luncheon with Deborah Duncan and Neil Bush

On Saturday, November 1, the
Houston non-profit literacy organization, READ3Zero, honored students nationwide at their 5th Annual Ceremony and Book Signing. Special guests included Keynote Speaker Neil Bush and Mistress of Ceremonies Deborah Duncan.

Click here to see pictures from the event in the Houston Chronicle.
For more information on READ3Zero please visit https://read3zero.org.
South Asian Fashion on Great Day Houston
Missed Fashion Houston? South Asian designer Sameera Faridi was featured on Great Day Houston showcasing some of her pieces that received rave reviews on night one.

Click here to watch the segment.  


 New Blog Post: Must-Have Black Friday Apps and Gadgets


From online shopping, to digital ads and instant cash rewards delivered via mobile apps, the shopping experience will never be the same. Last Saturday, Medley President Ashley Small shared her top picks for Black Friday savings apps and must-have gadgets on Fox 26.

Before you hit the stores on Friday, plan ahead with her top picks for apps and gadgets. Click here to check it out!


The Helpers Farm for Education 

Learn Grow Lead is raising funds online to organically farm ten acres of land with eight crops: cabbage, carrot, green pepper, lettuce, watermelon, cauliflower, cucumber and onion so that our partner in Cape Coast, Children Helpers Foundation, can create jobs and become a self sufficient organization, also enabling them to keep orphans and other vulnerable youth in school while providing nutrition to these children and the surrounding area.

The demand for fresh vegetables is strong - current farmers are unable to serve about 25% of the need for fresh vegetables in the region. The farm will use organic farming processes, differentiating it from other area farmers. CHF has targeted three buyer partners in the area: Ghana's school feeding program, the flourishing hospitality industry (growing 11% per annum), and local women who sell at markets.

Click here to learn more! 

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