A child’s education is like a well-crafted symphony. It begins with the basic notes, and with care and nurturing, develops into a full orchestral progression of learning and a crescendo of achievement.  We,  at AVANCE are dedicated to Composing Notes of Education” and helping parents to advance their children’s potential through effective parenting education and support programs. I want to let you know that we are celebrating our achievements and sharing future plans at our 4th Annual Luncheon.

You are invited to join us at the Junior League of Houston on Friday, April 7 at 11:30 a.m. 

The learning tools acquired before a child enters the formal classroom is essential to their success.  The value of our programs in their academic careers of Houston students is recognized by this year’s keynote speaker, Houston ISD Superintendent Richard A. Carranza. We are also honored to host a special guest this year, Classical Violinist and Innovative Composer, Kai Kight, who will perform for your delight.

The luncheon is a platform that helps inform our community about our nationally recognized Parent-Child Education Program and our holistic service model.  During the event, two AVANCE families will be honored and will share their story with nearly 200 community leaders and education advocates. We hope to inspire those who care about strengthening the family unit and communities across Houston. The funds raised at the luncheon will allow us to continue to offer our programs and will be further used to award college scholarships for our GED graduates.

We need your help to continue Unlocking America’s Potential. Please join us at our 4th Annual Luncheon.  Table sponsorships and individual tickets are available at  http://www.avancehouston.org/2017-annual-luncheon.

 

 

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