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Angie Frederickson
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Kathy Bennett, Julie Smith

Kathy Bennett and Julie Smith

Kathy Bennett and Julie Smith (pictured, from left) attended the One Hundred Shares Houston (OHSH) annual luncheon. Kathy is the 2022-23 chairman, succeeding Julie who was chairman for the 2021-22 year, and recognized OHSH’s support of two Houston organizations, Angela House and Street Grace. Each year, OHSH, a Christ-centered organization made up of more than 100 women, provides funding for local Christian ministries who serve people in Greater Houston. Angela House, a post-incarceration facility for women, is working to formalize and expand its religious program and develop mentoring relationships with local churches. Street Grace, an organization that combats sex trafficking of minors, is translating materials into Spanish to further its mission. OHSH has given almost $1,000,000 to local organizations since its inception in 2014.

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