Neighbors Emergency Center in partnership with the Pasadena ISD Education foundation donated 12,000 folders to Pasadena ISD schools this week.
"Neighbors Emergency Center is a proud supporter of education throughout the state of Texas. We were happy to donate folders to Pasadena ISD,” Erin Mattingly, Lead Marketing Liaison said. “School supplies are an essential part of a child's everyday needs in the classroom. And often some children go without. With this donation, Neighbors Emergency Centers' hope is to make the lives of students better this school year."
Sixteen of Pasadena ISD’s school received the donations. Donation campuses were Atkinson, Bailey, Bush, Frazier, Gardens, Golden Acres, Jensen, Meador, Pomeroy, Red Bluff, South Belt, South Houston, Teague and Young elementary schools, Melillo Middle School and Park View Intermediate School.
Tamara Villanueva, Neighbors Emergency Center Marketing Coordinator; Amira Abdelhalim, Melillo Middle School teacher; students Xavier Lopez, Miguel Bazaldua, Steve Alvarez, Bryan Santacruz, Khari Walker, Destiny Vela, and Cory’on Matthews and Erin Mattingly, Neighbors Emergency Center Lead Marketing Liaison.
Front Row l-r: Melillo Middle School students Anthony Zepeda, Emily Delgado, Alec Garza and Emma Hernandez. Middle Row l-r: Melillo students Andrick Perez, Irene Torres, Mykel Pitts, Steven Nguyen, Chyler Harris, Dylan Campos, Erin Mattingly, Neighbors Emergency Center Lead Marketing Liaison and Cindy Parmer, Pasadena ISD Director of Community Relations and Education Foundation. Back Row l-r: Melillo teacher Jennifer Basinski and students Esperanza Regalado, DeAndre Cooper, Eduardo Sepulveda, Xavier Gutierrez, Gilbert Hernandez and Elijah Howard.