Houston, TX, November 19, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Each year ACE Houston holds a fundraising event called Build it Forward. This charity event partners ACE students with mentors and industry professionals, to build outdoor furniture that is donated to local Houston charities. This year the students will be building storage benches, which in past years have been donated to organizations such as schools, churches, and Boy/Girl Scouts and shelters. In conjunction with the building event, a college and career fair is hosted for the students to find out about opportunities after high school.
“This is an exciting opportunity for the students to learn how to give back to others by using their hands! This is the only fundraiser of the year, so it really helps to have the entire team earn the money that we will in turn give back to the students through scholarships, programming, field trips, camps and competition experiences,” said Angela Cotie, ACE Houston Affiliate Chairman of the Board.
For more information about volunteering, donating, or sponsorship opportunities please email Angela Cotie at email@example.com or call 832-623-2650. You can also learn more by visiting www.acementorhouston/build-it-forward.html. If your charity would be interested in receiving a bench, please contact ACE through the web site.
About ACE Mentor Program of America
The ACE Mentor Program of America, Inc. (ACE) helps mentor high school students and inspires them to pursue careers in design and construction. It’s now the construction industry's fastest-growing high school mentoring program, reaching over 8,000 students annually. Our mission is to engage, excite and enlighten high school students to pursue careers in architecture, engineering, and construction through mentoring and to support their continued advancement in the industry.
ACE not only engages sponsors and volunteer mentors to expose students to real-world opportunities, it financially supports each student's continued success through scholarships and grants. Since inception, ACE has awarded over $14 million in scholarships to promising participants.