Creating positive change for children, families and communities
Our commitment to making a difference in the lives of individuals and families extends from the streets of Houston to communities around the country and around the world. We focus on education of inner city youth, eradicating poverty, eliminating sex trafficking and providing clean water and sanitation training. In carrying out this mission, Quantum supports the following organizations:
Yellowstone Academy is a non‐profit organization formed for the purpose of establishing a high quality faith‐based private school for students living in poverty. The academy provides academic and support programs to meet the unique requirements of its Pre-K through seventh grade students in the heart of the Third Ward. Quantum is Yellowstone Academy’s first corporate partner, and our employees participate in a weekly mentoring program at the school.
Tree of Life Children’s Village: Izzy’s House
Family Legacy provides a quality, faith-based education for over 15,000 children from the compounds in Lusaka, Zambia and provides a permanent home for more than 800 orphans in its Tree of Life Children’s Village.
Quantum built a school, financially supports dozens of children and built “Izzy’s House” in honor of our friend and former coworker Isabelle “Izzy” St Clair, who passed away from cancer.
The Forge for Families
The Forge for Families primarily serves the men, women, and children of Houston’s under‐ resourced Third Ward community. The vast majority of the families the Forge serves live in impoverished conditions, in neighborhoods where drug dealing and crime are visible daily, but resources and facilities for wholesome activities are sparse. Its mission is to enrich the spiritual, educational, vocational, and leadership development of inner city families through mentoring and bringing transforming growth to Houston’s Third Ward community. The Forge offers hope and a future by emphasizing a foundation of personal responsibility, educational excellence, and integrity in its programs for both children and adults.
Living Water International
Living Water implements participatory, community-based water solutions in developing countries. These communities are trapped in debilitating poverty because they constantly suffer from water-related diseases and parasites, and/or because they spend long stretches of their time carrying water over long distances. Since Living Water was established, they have completed more than 9,000 water projects for communities in 26 countries.
YMCA’s Trafficked Persons Assistance Program
The Trafficked Persons Assistance Program works to identify and assist foreign and domestic victims of human trafficking. We seek to improve the quality of life for victims of human trafficking through culturally competent case management services. In addition to providing direct client services, the program raises awareness in the community through education and outreach.