I Am Waters Foundation

Today is 12.05.2016

I Am Waters Foundation Distributes 300,000 Bottles Of Water To 3 Texas Cities Over Summer 2011

I Am Waters Foundation HOPE Bottle

I Am Waters would sincerely like to thank our 2011 shelter partners, listed below, for allowing us to distribute 300,000 of our specially branded water bottles made especially for the homeless, through their organizations in summer 2011. We applaud each of these organizations for the amazing work they do to help homeless men, women and children in Texas to restore stability to their lives. We are humbled to be part of their efforts and contribute to ending the problem of homelessness in America.




Search Homeless Services SEARCH Homeless Services works to engage, stabilize, educate, employ and house individuals and families who are homeless. Their essential services are highly effective in transforming lives because they meet individuals where they are and provide what they need to get off the streets and back on their feet.
Star of Hope is a Christ-centered community dedicated to meeting the needs of homeless men, women and their children. Positive life changes are encouraged through structured programs which focus on spiritual growth, education, employment, life management and recovery from substance abuse.
Health Care For The Homeless Aims to promote health, hope, and dignity for Houston’s homeless through accessible and comprehensive care. For thousands of Houston’s homeless men, women and children Health Care For The Homeless provides a community-oriented, primary care setting where they can address a wide variety of medical needs. It is the city’s largest private healthcare provider of services exclusively designed for this vulnerable and marginalized population.
On the patio of Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church, Way Station volunteers serve a hot breakfast five mornings a week, 52 weeks a year, to Houston’s hungry and homeless people. The mission of the Way Station is to care for the hungry and homeless by feeding them and treating them with love, dignity, and respect.
Mission of Yahweh The Mission of Yahweh has served homeless women and their children for over 49 years. The doors are always open for families in crisis. They are a truly unique refuge that not only gives food, clothing and shelter, but also is committed to helping residents to become self-sufficient, productive members of society. The Mission supports more than 2,300 residential stays each month.
The Mission of Yahweh has served homeless women and their children for over 49 years. The doors are always open for families in crisis. They are a truly unique refuge that not only gives food, clothing and shelter, but also is committed to helping residents to become self-sufficient, productive members of society. The Mission supports more than 2,300 residential stays each month.
Goodwill Houston provides education, training and job opportunities to people with disabilities and other barriers to employment, improving the lives of individuals, families and communities.
Salvation Army Harbor Light | Houston The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center and Red Shield Lodge provides a comprehensive response to the increasing needs of Houston’s homeless and addicted men. Each individual is offered access to immediate and long-term shelter, medical screening and referral, and a spiritual approach to recovery and self-sufficiency. Many men celebrate their joy and restored faith in God by performing in The Salvation Army Harbor Light Choir.
Salvation Army Downtown Dedicated to Doing The Most Good, The Salvation Army Greater Houston Area Command serves Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties through various programs and services intended to meet human needs without discrimination. Across the Unites States over 33 million Americans rely on the services provided by The Salvation Army.
Mobile Loaves & Fishes: Miracles on Wheels Mobile Loaves & Fishes, Inc. (MLF) is a social outreach ministry for the homeless. Provide food and clothing, and promote dignity, to the homeless in need.
Presbyterian Night Shelter | Fort Worth For nearly 25 years, the Presbyterian Night Shelter (PNS) in east Fort Worth has served the needs of Tarrant County’s homeless. The largest provider of services for the homeless, PNS is the only free area emergency shelter without length-of-stay restrictions.

Located in the shadows of downtown Fort Worth, the Shelter believes in respecting the dignity of its clients, while supplying meals, beds, and basic human care to an average of 704 homeless men and women every night and approximately 3,040 annually.

The Shelter provides hope to its clients and is working to end homelessness. Through counseling and specialized programs, PNS provides resources so clients can reenter mainstream society. For example, 35 homeless people are employed by the Shelter and day-to-day operations. Case management and specialized services are also provided at each of the four facilities on the 5-acre campus.

Front Steps ARCH | Austin Every day Front Steps serves homeless men and women, many of whom have lost hope. We strive to restore their hope and guide them home. We sincerely believe that homelessness is a journey, not a destination.
Based on the belief that all people deserve the dignity of a safe place to call home, Front Steps’ mission is to provide a pathway home through shelter, affordable housing, and community education.
Bread Of Life | Austin Bread Of Life, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, provides solutions to homeless problems through sustaining, equipping, and transforming the forgotten – with compassion.
Lord Of The Streets The work and mission of Lord of the Streets Episcopal Church and Community of the Streets Outreach is to minister to the spiritual, emotional, physical and social needs of individuals living in Houston who are homeless, in crisis or in transition.
Covenant House Houston Covenant House Texas is a non-profit human service organization, which provides emergency shelter, crisis intervention, transitional housing and community-based services to homeless, runaway, and at-risk youths under the age of 21.Residential and non-residential clients receive food, clothing, shelter, and a full range of services including health care, substance abuse counseling, mental health counseling, HIV case management, education, and vocational training and guidance. We provide parenting classes for young mothers and long-term transitional living programs, which prepare young adults for independence. In addition, the Covenant House Texas Outreach team offers food, clothing and counseling to street kids and works with at-risk youths in schools and community centers.
US Vets U.S.VETS pro­vides com­pre­hen­sive ser­vices to the vet­er­ans we serve, includ­ing case man­age­ment, employ­ment assis­tance, job place­ment, coun­sel­ing, as well as drug and alco­hol free hous­ing. At our facil­i­ties vet­er­ans progress through a seam­less con­tin­uum of ser­vices designed to help them increase their level of respon­si­bil­ity and pre­pare them to live inde­pen­dently in the community.