The management at EPIC strongly believes in Corporate Responsibility and contributes to several charities each year. These contributions are not only monetary but employees donate their personal time as well to ensure these charities thrive. Through these contributions, EPIC aims to make a positive difference in our community. Below is the list of charities that we have chosen to support and a brief description of their missions:
Be An Angel serves thousands of special needs children throughout Texas, primarily in the Greater Houston, Fort Worth and Dallas areas, providing specialized programs, services and equipment.
The Bright Light Foundation’s mission is to raise funds to assist with the medical needs of those within the oilfield community stricken by catastrophic illness.
Cypress Assistance Ministries is a faith based organization that serves individuals and families in financial crisis, those on the brink of homelessness, the elderly, the unemployed and anyone that needs hope for a better future.
Cy-Hope’s vision is to rally the entire community: businesses, education, churches, civic organizations, hospitals, and individual volunteers to advance the goal of making life better for kids in Cy-Fair, serving the economically, spiritually and relationally disadvantaged children.
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is the world’s leader in the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis. The organization’s focus is to support the development of new drugs to fight the disease, improve the quality of life for those with CF and ultimately to find a cure.
The Houston Food Bank feeds over 865,000 individuals in the Houston area each year.
The March of Dimes help women have full-term and healthy babies and offer information and comfort if there are complications.
Meals on Wheels delivers nutritious meals, a warm smile and a safety check to keep 2.5 million seniors healthy, safe and living independently in their own homes each year.
The annual Pin Oak Charity Horse Show supports the healing of sick children through financial donations, outreach and volunteer support for Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston’s Ronald McDonald House Family Rooms and Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance.
Social Motion Skills provides social skill training and enrichment activities for students ages 5-45 with learning differences, ADD/ADHD and autism spectrum disorders (ASD) including Asperger’s syndrome and PDD-NOS.
Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) serves veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound, co-incident to their military service on or after September 11, 2001 and their families.