We are honored to have the support of so many exceptional organizations and people who have made financial commitments to our efforts to bring missing loved ones home. Thank you to everyone who has ever played a role in protecting and locating the missing in our community.
The Allstate Giving Campaign lets employees and agencies choose the causes and organizations that matter most to them and makes it easy to support qualifying 501(c)(3) organizations. Allstate maximizes the power of each donation by providing a company match of 15 percent. Generous donors have accessed this generous corporate policy in support of Texas Center for the Missing’s life-saving programs.
BHP employee efforts are supported through the Matched Giving Program. The Program matches employees’ personal donations and for each hour an employee volunteers, a monetary contribution is paid to the not-for-profit organization. During 2013, the Program introduced ‘double match’ for employee contributions, committing two dollars for every one dollar donated for up to $50,000 per employee. This makes BHP Billiton’s Matched Giving Program among the most generous workplace giving programs in the world. Generous donors have accessed this generous corporate policy in support of Texas Center for the Missing’s life-saving programs.
BP values and rewards the energy, enthusiasm, and the time employees spend working with schools, charitable organizations, and community groups. The Employee Matching Fund offers a maximum match of $5,000 per calendar year that is available to BP employees worldwide. For qualifying activities, an employee decides how to utilize the money across three options — Matching Gifts, Matching Effort, and Matching Time. Generous donors have accessed this generous corporate policy in support of Texas Center for the Missing’s life-saving programs.
Clear Channel Outdoor donates millions of dollars’ worth of public service advertising (PSA) to nonprofit and governmental organizations for their use in communicating information that positively affects the lives of those within our communities. Their support extends to both local and national organizations as they improve health and public safety, ensure a sustainable environment and promote arts, education and cultural diversity. This collaboration works to inspire citizens to make a difference within their own communities. Through a partnership with Texas Center for the Missing, Clear Channel Outdoor has donated billboards displaying long-term missing persons information throughout Texas and coinciding with National Missing Children’s Day.
The Enterprise Holdings Foundation gives back, and strengthens through charitable support, the thousands of communities where their employees and customers work and live. They have contributed more than $200 million to thousands of local non-profits focused on community improvement, education and environmental stewardship. The Enterprise Holdings Foundation has been a proud Texas Center for the Missing investor since 2012.
Since the Houston program began in 1998, the ExxonMobil Foundation has provided over $2.6 million in grants to Houston area nonprofit organizations through the CSJP. This program has placed more than 900 interns in a wide array of nonprofits enabling agencies to hire full-time college summer interns to provide essential services to the community. Since this nationally recognized program began in New York in 1971, ExxonMobil has committed nearly $19 million to support over 7,600 internships in seven states. Since 2012, Texas Center for the Missing has been the beneficiary of a summer intern sponsored by the CSJP.
The Hamill Foundation is a private foundation organized in 1969 as a nonprofit corporation. The Foundation’s purpose is the support, operation, establishment or advancement of any exclusively charitable, educational, scientific or religious activity. The Hamill Foundation currently funds grants to over 100 charitable organizations located mainly in the Houston area. The Hamill Foundation was named for its founders Mr. and Mrs. Claud B. Hamill. The Hamill Foundation has been a Visionary Donor since 2003, investing more than $295,000 in Texas Center for the Missing programs.
H-GAC is the regional organization through which local governments consider issues and cooperate in solving area-wide problems. Through H-GAC, local governments also initiate efforts in anticipating and preventing problems, saving public funds. The 13-county H-GAC service region is growing, becoming more diverse, and constantly changing. In order to address the needs of citizens and businesses, local governments are providing leadership to guide regional development wisely and manage change constructively.
Launched in 1998, the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program (ICAC), started with only 10 Task Forces across the United States, but today it is a national network of 61 coordinated Task Forces representing more than 3,000 federal, state, and local law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies. These agencies are engaged in reactive, proactive, and forensic investigations, and criminal prosecutions. The Houston Metro ICAC is coordinated by the Houston Police Department. ICAC partners with Texas Center for the Missing to provide internet safety training and Train-the-Trainer resources to the Greater Houston Area.
JPMorgan Chase believes they have a fundamental responsibility to help clients and communities navigate a complex global economy and address economic and social challenges. They use their strength, global reach, expertise, relationships, and access to capital to make a positive impact in cities around the world. More than 47,000 employees provided 540,000 hours of volunteer service in local communities around the globe. Generous donors have accessed this generous corporate policy in support of Texas Center for the Missing’s life-saving programs.
Lewie Montgomery Trucking Co. was founded in 1945. Jimmy Montgomery started working for the company full time in 1970. He worked in all segments of the pipeline stringing industry until buying the company from his father in 1980. In 2010, Jason Hunt, Jimmy’s nephew, was promoted to President of both Montgomery Trucking Co. and MTI Logistics, L.L.C.. Combined, the companies string hundreds of miles of large diameter pipeline projects per year for various pipeline companies and/or contractors. Montgomery Trucking Company was the first Texas Center for the Missing Corporate Century Club Member reflecting strong philanthropic leadership.
Respect for the community and for each other is a core value at NRG, and NRG empowers their employees to carry out these values in all they do. NRG has consistently demonstrated a high level of commitment to charitable giving in terms of cash contributions, resource reduction efforts, and volunteerism. NRG has donated millions of dollars to non-profit organizations that address vital community needs through targeted and sustainable service programs. NRG Energy, Inc. has been a Guardian Level donor since 2007, with an amazing cumulative gift of $45,000!
Sullexis LLC is a professional services firm that specializes in helping its clients to create, manage, and enhance data to accelerate and improve decision making across the enterprise. Sullexis brings data and technology together to make clients measurably more effective. Sullexis has begun a partnership with Texas Center for the Missing to develop and implement a Case Manager Data Tracking and Reporting system to enhance TCM’s ability to respond to clients and report to investment partners.