Crisis Assistance Center (CAC) welcomes Dr. Rick Rigsby, president and CEO of Rick Rigsby Communications, as keynote speaker at the 2018 CAC Legacy Luncheon, Friday, April 6 at the Palmer Legacy Ballroom at The Woodlands Country Club in The Woodlands to honor our Community Partners.
“This [Legacy Luncheon] gives our organization the opportunity to spotlight some of the amazing people that play a significant role in the life-changing work we do, Executive Director Jennifer Landers said. “We are so fortunate to have the generous support from these community partners as we provide financial assistance, immediate basic needs, full case management services, disaster recovery, and the necessities needed to promote stability to individuals and families throughout all of Montgomery County who are struggling through times of crisis.”
Special honorees include Corporate Partner Entergy Texas; Faith Partners First Methodist Conroe and April Sound Church; Distinguished Service Award Harold Campbell; and Legacy Award Honoree John Wiesner. Each of these honorees has committed time, heart, resources, and talents to help serve others in Montgomery County.
“Entergy is proud to sponsor the Legacy Luncheon,” said Sallie Rainer, president and CEO of Entergy Texas, Inc. “Just like Entergy Texas powers life for our customers, the Crisis Assistance Center does so much to enrich the lives of so many people in our communities. Through partnerships with the CAC, our communities can grow and be stronger together.”
CAC invites friends, board members, volunteers, businesses and the Montgomery County community to join them for this fundraiser luncheon April 6 from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Proceeds from the Legacy Luncheon will support CAC programs which provide financial assistance, immediate basic needs, full case management services, disaster recovery, and the necessities needed to promote stability to individuals and families throughout all of Montgomery County who are struggling through times of crisis.
Individual tickets are $125 each and sponsorships start at a table for 10 at $1,000. Tickets and sponsorships are available at www.cac-mctx.org/legacy-hope-luncheon/. Please contact Kathy Rifaat at email@example.com or 936-494-4412 for additional information.
About Dr. Rigsby
Dr. Rick Rigsby, award-winning journalist and 20-year professor, followed a television career with graduate school at Texas A&M University, where he also served as character coach and chaplain for the Aggies football team. Dr. Rick’s dynamic presentations motivate, empower and inspire worldwide—from Africa and Asia, to the Americas, Europe and Canada. His audiences include Fortune 500 companies, academic communities, and service organizations. The internationally acclaimed speaker is a favorite among professional sports organizations, including the National Football League and the PGA. His first non-academic book, Lessons from a Third Grade Dropout, is a USA TODAY, Wall Street Journal and Amazon best seller. Please visit https://www.facebook.com/goalcast/videos/1585909778152873/ for a sample video of this dynamic speaker.
About Crisis Assistance Center
CAC has a mission to build stronger client relationships and to assist families in establishing attainable goals, to access community resources and to gain valuable skills pertinent to their success. Case management and support go beyond the “Band-Aid” and provide ongoing community resources to establish a stronger foundation to lift families up towards self-sufficiency. Donations are tax deductible and critical to the operating budget. Located at 1022 McCall in Conroe, information for volunteering or client services can be obtained by calling 936-539-1096. Client appointments can be made at 936-539-9211.
The Crisis Assistance Center seeks to provide a loving, supportive place where people can come to get the help and resources they need during a time of vulnerability and instability, and has been particularly active with support following Hurricane Harvey. Crisis Assistance Center (CAC) has been serving clients county wide since 1981 offering a Client Choice food pantry, clothing, utility assistance, mortgage/rent assistance, furniture, and vouchers for transportation services. This is possible through contributions, donations, and community partners.