Margie and Rick Crump
For more than 30 years, Margie and Rick Crump have been investing their time, resources and creative ideas into NAM.
Linda and Harlan Martens
Linda and Harlan Martens have been involved with NAM for more than 30 years. As members of Kinsmen Lutheran Church, one of NAM's founding congregations; they saw the story of NAM come together from the very beginning.
Suzie and Ken Castlebury
Ken and Suzie Castlebury each grew up in a small town in the Texas Panhandle. There was always plenty of work for young people, babysitting or doing farm work. And if a neighbor needed help, the church was there to lend a hand
Mary Helen Chachere
Mary Helen Chachere and her husband, Barry, had just moved back to Houston from New Orleans. Mary Helen stopped by NAM's resale store to donate some items, and the clerk suggested she come back and volunteer. So she did.
Jackie and Pat Riley
Jackie and Pat Riley have generously supported NAM for nearly three decades. It all began when Jackie started volunteering one day a week in the Assistance pro-gram at NAM, through her involvement with the Cypress Woodlands Junior Forum.
Donna and Tom Asbill had never heard of NAM. But when their friends, Joe and Linda Fowler, invited them to one of the first Jeans & Jewels galas, they graciously accepted. They enjoyed the evening, and sometime later Donna saw an article in her neighborhood newsletter about NAM's need for volunteers.
Dave and Lynne Anderson
Dave and Lynne Anderson are passionate about NAM. And it all started one Sunday morning, 23 years ago.
Darlis and Tom Fuller
Giving has always been a way of life for Tom and Darlis Fuller. For many years they spread their charitable gifts among numerous groups, but recently they decided to focus on a few organizations in order to make a more substantial impact.
Cindy and Scott Chenoweth
Scott Chenoweth has lived in the Champions areas since he was in junior high, and brought his bride, Cindy, to the area 20 years ago. They've known about NAM for years. But it wasn't until they took a tour that they realized the full scope of services NAM provides to the community.