Camp G.I.V.E. presents local philanthropic organizations with grant funds
In July of 2016, 21 students from high schools throughout Humble ISD participated in Camp G.I.V.E. (Generously Investing and Volunteering to Empower). The two-week day camp guided students interested in philanthropy through unique experiences to develop service-learning leadership skills.
Students awarded $2,000 worth of grants to four local philanthropic organizations making positive changes both locally and globally. Camp G.I.V.E. is a program funded by a H-E-B Excellence in Education grant. Camp G.I.V.E. hopes to give more students the opportunity to be world changers. For more information about Camp G.I.V.E. please email Kap McWhorter at, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be An Angel - $300
Pictured Above From Left to Right: Kaitlin Vaughn (HHS), Marti Boone, Executive Director, Be and Angel Foundation, and Kap McWhorter, AHS Service Learning Coordinator and Camp G.I.V.E. Director
Family Promise of Lake Houston - $400
Pictured Above From Left to Right: Kap McWhorter, AHS Service Learning Coordinator and Camp G.I.V.E. Director, Carole Brady, Executive Director, Family Promise of Lake Houston, Zoe Hearnsberger, and Heather Holliday
Elijah Rising - $600
Pictured Above: Back Row from Left to Right: Taylor Adair (AHS), Alexandra Trevino (HHS), Alan Whitehead (HHS), Kap McWhorter, AHS Service Learning Coordinator and Camp G.I.V.E. Director, Elaine Mandino, Development Director, Elijah Rising, Billy Black (KPHS), Austin Farmer (KPHS), Adam Mac (HHS) Front Row from Left to Right Ingrid Pina (KHS), David Moulton (QECHS)
Living Water International - $700
Pictured Above from Left to Right: Kap McWhorter, AHS Service Learning Coordinator and Camp G.I.V.E. Director, Cherie Jones and Becky Morris, Empowerment Directors, Living Water International, Michelle Lin (QECHS), Katie Sabala (AHS), Zach Bowie (HHS), Michael Rosie (KPHS), Devan Karp (KHS)