HUMBLE, TX — One paintbrush at a time, employees of Rain CII Carbon, a Kingwood based industrial carbon company, are working to make a difference this week for Family Promise of Lake Houston, which is committed to helping homeless families in our community achieve lasting independence.
The renovations will take place at a home located on S. Ave. G in Humble, Texas, on Friday, May 22 from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm. They will mainly focus on working to update the paint on the home and replace some outdoor fixtures.
“Rain CII is committed to making a difference in the communities in which we live and work. We are proud to be a part of this collaboration with Family Promise. We applaud our employees donating their time, talent and treasure to help achieve the Family Promise mission,” said Rain CII CEO Gerry Sweeney.
“We come together to provide safe, temporary housing, meals and support services to homeless families in the Lake Houston area. Rain CII Carbon continues to support our efforts helping families in need and for that we are truly grateful, ” Family Promise Executive Director Carole Marchand said. Using individualized approaches and working directly with families over longer periods of time, the organization now has a success rate of 83%, which means previously homeless families have completed the program and live on their own. Family Promise has served 10 families since opening last August.
Rain CII is headquartered in Kingwood, Texas; Stamford, Connecticut; and Hyderabad, India. Rain CII’s operating facilities include nine CPC plants with US operating locations in Louisiana (4), Mississippi (1), Illinois (1), and West Virginia (1) and affiliated operations in Visakhapatnam, India (1) and Zhenjiang, China (1).