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Announcement | April 19, 2024

Service Day: Liverpool, TX – Bag Drive

From March 18th through April 18th, The Rosendin Foundation participated in a bag drive for Harbor Kidz in Liverpool, TX.
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The Rosendin Foundation participated in a bag drive for Harbor Kidz in Liverpool, Texas. Harbor Kidz is a youth home for abused and abandoned children. The children they reach move from home to home a lot. It is common for them to have to put everything in a trash bag for lack of a suitcase, duffle bag, or even backpack. Harbor Kidz had a goal of 200 bags for this drive.

From March 18th to April 18th, employees were asked to donate new or gently used backpacks, duffle bags, suitcases, or other types of closable bags. Julie Williams delivered the bags donated by employees to Liverpool’s City Hall where Harbor Kidz had set up a drop-off point.

Thank you for stepping up and helping to get these bags into the hands of children who need them!

About Harbor Kidz

Kidz Harbor was founded in March 2003 by the late Rev. Jim H. Green. His mission was to help the abused and abandoned children of Texas. To achieve this goal, Rev. Green acquired a facility on 6 acres of beautiful property nestled on Chocolate Bayou. The facility contained a full-court gymnasium, an in-ground swimming pool, and a commercial kitchen. The facility became licensed and regulated by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. It has 24-hour awake staff, licensed counselors, and volunteer tutors.

Kidz Harbor offers medical, physical, educational, and psychological assistance to every child who enters its doors. It provides recreational activities such as skating, bowling, swimming, basketball, and fishing for its children. Since its opening, Kidz Harbor has achieved its original foundation goal by successfully servicing hundreds of children. Kidz Harbor continues to be a lighthouse for children and a memorial to the vision of the late Rev. Jim H. Green.