Houston Community Involvement
Attorney Brian White Personal Injury Lawyers actively supports many of Houston’s prominent charitable organizations. We donate a large portion of our annual profits to charities and non-profits that provide important services and support for our city: from medical research and pet care to arts and literature. Founding partner, Brian White, believes it is the firm’s duty to give back to the Houston community.
Back-Pack To School Project
Attorney Brian White Personal Injury Lawyers is proud to host the 2022-2023 Back-Pack to School Project. As part of our charity event, our law firm will donate 500 backpacks with school supplies and other necessities to a highly-deserving local elementary school. We will also be hosting a clothing and food drive for this school. Please visit the GoFundMe site to support the school’s students and staff members.
The Lupus Foundation of America – Texas Gulf Coast Chapter
The Lupus Foundation of America is devoted to improving the lives of people affected by lupus through research, education, support, and advocacy. The Texas Gulf Coast Chapter is Houston’s local section of the national organization. Its volunteers, lupus medical experts, and supporters conduct research and education programs in Houston to provide relevant medical information to lupus patients and to increase awareness of this harsh disease.
National Black Book Festival
The National Black Book Festival (NBBF) is an annual African American book event in Houston, the largest such event in the South. Now in its 14th year, the NBBF promotes African American literature through author and publisher exhibits, author discussions and signings, a children’s festival, and more. The event attracts a wide array of prominent authors, publishers, book clubs, libraries, and reading enthusiasts from the Southwest U.S. and across the country.
The Forgotten Pet Advocates
The Forgotten Pet Advocates is a non-profit organization in Houston, Texas that supports animal welfare. The organization is “the voice to animals that have no one to advocate for them.” It coordinates adoptions, foster homes, and volunteer support for animals abandoned or waiting in boarding facilities in Houston and surrounding areas.
The Pearl Theater is a non-profit performing arts organization in Houston. The Pearland Theatre Guild produces all productions and events at the Pearl Theater, seeking to keep arts a vital part of the Houston community. Its mission is to entertain, inform, inspire, and educate in order to enrich the cultural life in the Pearland area.
Attorney Brian White Personal Injury Lawyers is also committed to advancing businesses’ economic success in Houston, especially local businesses. To this end, the firm is a member of the following Chambers of Commerce in Houston and the surrounding areas.
Houston West Chamber of Commerce
“In business. For business.” That’s the motto of the Houston West Chamber of Commerce. In fact, the Chamber was recognized as a Chamber of Influence for its support of businesses in the West Houston area. Its 800+ members are dedicated to supporting Houston’s economy through business development, community engagement, employer training, and political advocacy.
Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce
The Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce has 700+ members and serves an area of approximately 500,000 residents in its region of Harris County around Houston.
The Chamber is integral to the economic, social, and political life of northwest Harris County, which has historically been unincorporated without a town hall, mayor, or main street. It devotes its resources to attracting, retaining, and growing businesses in Houston.
Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce
First organized in the 1920s, the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce empowers businesses in the northwest metropolitan area of Houston.
Its programs are designed to help Tomball’s economy thrive and are divided into four major categories: Economic Development, Membership Development, Community Services, and Special Events. It is recognized throughout Texas for its passionate advocacy for Houston’s business community.
The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce
The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce is the largest business association in Greater Houston, representing more than 1,500 businesses.
The Chamber strives to improve Houston’s economy by advocating for its business community, promoting jobs and networking, and supporting local nonprofits. Indeed, the chamber advocates for business-friendly policy and legislation before every level of government.
Asian Chamber of Commerce – Houston
The Asian Chamber of Commerce is focused on improving Houston’s economic prosperity while increasing its business relationships with the Asian community, locally and abroad.
Founded in 1990, the Chamber has supported the Houston business community for over 30 years. It is made up of individuals and companies from many different sectors, both Asian and non-Asian.
South Belt-Ellington Chamber of Commerce
The South Belt-Ellington Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to advance the economic growth, welfare, and success of businesses in and around the South Belt-Ellington area of Houston.
It offers training opportunities, business resources, and networking events designed to grow Houston’s businesses. The Chamber is made up of businesses and individuals who strive to make South Belt-Ellington a great place to live, work, and do business.
Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce serves hundreds of businesses from the Greater Heights Area of Houston. The Chamber works to develop local commerce in Houston through networking opportunities, referrals, community exposure, and business education.
It further invests in the success of its community by working closely with local schools and charitable organizations, awarding nearly $400,000 in scholarship to high school students in Houston.
The Katy Area Chamber of Commerce
The Katy Area Chamber of Commerce is composed of more than 500 businesses seeking to promote a strong local economy in the Katy area of Houston.
The Chamber has developed a strong network of relationships with businesses and government representatives to advocate for business-friendly law and policy in Houston. It is dedicated to connecting Houston area businesses to grow the economy and promote job opportunities in Katy.
Pearland Chamber of Commerce
The Pearland Chamber of Commerce has supported the Houston business community for over 50 years. Its 750+ members are devoted to building Houston’s businesses through the organization’s pro-business agenda.
The Chamber is known for its dedication to promoting commerce and job opportunities in the state’s Gulfcoast region.
Texas City – La Marque Chamber of Commerce
The mission of the Texas City-La Marque Chamber of Commerce is to enhance economic and community development in its area of Houston. The organization boasts over 750 members and it provides programming and networking opportunities to enrich Houston’s business climate.
Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce
The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, which includes over 1,200 business members, has served the Fort Bend area of Houston for over 40 years. Its business members range from local companies to Fortune 500 businesses.
The Chamber is committed to promoting a thriving economic environment in the Houston area through its education programs, governmental relations, community resources, and professional development opportunities.
By participating in these Houston area Chambers of Commerce, Attorney Brian White Personal Injury Lawyers helps to promote job opportunities, economic growth, and stronger communities in Houston. These memberships allow the firm to advocate for business-friendly policy and legislation — in Houston and across the state.
Attorney Brian White Personal Injury Lawyers is proud to support Houston’s thriving economy through these local organizations, and we look forward to being a long-term partner of the thousands of businesses striving to make Houston great.