Caring for the communities in which we operate is a cornerstone of our firm’s culture.
We actively engage with local entities and help to create opportunities that improve lives for the better.
EEPB has supported Northside High School families and feeder pattern schools in the community by sponsoring events for families in need. EEPB works hand in hand with the wraparound resource department in HISD.
Ms. Deborah Denman with Northside High School
We support and encourage all of our employees to find a way to be involved in their community and give back.
The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (HSPVA)
EEPB gladly supports the HSPVA through active involvement by Bo and Jean Brackendorff. HSPVA develops concentrated curriculums for gifted young artists that need highly specialized training, and helps young artists build their talents to become professionals in the art industry.
Salvation Army Angel Tree
One of The Salvation Army’s highest profile Christmas efforts, the Angel Tree program provides clothing and toys for children at Christmastime. EEPB donates much-needed funds to the program to bring joy to less fortunate children because every child deserves a Merry Christmas.
Northside High School
EEPB proudly supports Northside High School families and feeder pattern schools in the community by sponsoring events for families in need. We work hand-in-hand with the wraparound resource department in HISD.
Houston Pets Alive
A proud supporter of Houston Pets Alive, EEPB helps raise funds to create programs that save animals most at risk of euthanasia and find them loving homes.
Career and Recovery Resources, Inc.
EEPB supports Career and Recovery Resources thru the participation of Courtney Blackburn. Courtney has been a member of the board of directors for many years in a leadership role. Career and Recovery Resources, Inc., (CRR) is a nonprofit, multi-service, United Way of Greater Houston agency established in 1945 with the mission of helping people identify and overcome barriers to employment.