Thursday, November 14, 2019
We hope you will join us for the 3rd Annual Breakfast to Benefit AMIGOS. This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate AMIGOS 54 year history and raise awareness for our international youth leadership programs.
Funds raised from the Breakfast will support our current work and increase financial assistance awards for students. You can support the Breakfast by becoming a sponsor today!
Since our founding in Houston in 1965, AMIGOS has served more than 28,000 young people throughout the Americas. Our programs provide students ages 13-22 the opportunity to gain hands on experience in cultural exchange and collaborative community service. Through our programs students develop personal leadership skills, improve their ability to work cross-culturally, and become positive agents of change for themselves, their communities, and the world.
Joanne Houck and Tim Singletary
Catherine and George Masterson
Michelle and Tim Ruch
Samantha Schnee and Michael Hafner
Your sponsorship will help AMIGOS serve more students and directly support our international youth leadership programs. Please complete this form to become a sponsor today.
If you would like to become a corporate sponsor we are thrilled to discuss the sponsorship opportunities with you. Please contact Jenny Claycombe at email@example.com or call 713-782-5290 ext. 121. Tickets will made be available at a later date.
The 2nd Annual Breakfast to Benefit AMIGOS on October 24, 2018 raised $60,000. The funds expanded financial assistance awards for 2019 Houston area youth volunteers and supported our programs.
AMIGOS students positively impact their host communities and return home with greater leadership skills, a higher sense of purpose, and a better understanding of collaborative community service. We will continue to empower young leaders in Houston and look forward to sharing their inspiring stories with you.
Photography by Danielle Benoit
Sara Nathan, President & CEO, Co-Chairs: Michelle and Tim Ruch, Allyson and Steve Cook,
Betsy Griffin (not pictured Fred Griffin), Catherine and George Masterson.
Art Rascon, Master of Ceremonies
Eli Samson, Student Speaker
Dorn Wenninger, Keynote Speaker