HOPE, The Will Herndon Research Fund
We support HOPE, The Will Herndon Research Fund at Beyond Batten Disease Foundation through advocacy, sponsorships and through our HOPE Homes Initiative. In 2009, at the age of 6, Woodlands resident, Will Herndon, was diagnosed with a fatal, rare, degenerative brain disease called juvenile Batten disease. Missy and Wayne Herndon, in an effort to save their oldest son, founded HOPE, The Will Herndon Research Fund to find a treatment, and ultimately, a cure for juvenile Batten disease. In 2017, we launched our HOPE Home Initiative. Through renovation and restoration, homes in The Woodlands community are restored and sold with a percentage of proceeds donated to The Will Herndon Research Fund.
Interfaith of The Woodlands
Interfaith of The Woodlands is a nonprofit social service agency providing numerous programs and services to meet the needs of The Woodlands and the surrounding area. Interfaith helps individuals and families in crisis through financial assistance for rent, mortgage, utilities, gasoline, prescription drug assistance, emergency shelter, food, clothing, senior programs and offers counseling, job training, and childcare. True to its mission, Interfaith works with member congregations, corporations, local businesses, individuals, nonprofits and organizations acting as a community resource and building a more loving and caring community. Jo Anne Johnson Real Estate Group supports Interfaith through sponsorship, donations, and volunteerism.
Montgomery County Food Bank
Montogomery County Food Bank is a local nonprofit food bank with a mission to unite the community to fight hunger. The Food Bank works with in partnership with retailers and wholesalers to provide a solution to food waste by rescuing food that would otherwise go to a landfill. Their vision is to one day have a community where everyone has access to suffiicient, nutritious food. Jo Anne Johnson Real Estate Group supports the Montgomery County Food Bank through donation and volunteerism.
As a proud supporter of the Montgomery County American Heart Association, we’re helping to educate others on the prevention of heart disease, stroke and living a healthy lifestyle. Proceeds from the Go Red event help to fight the #1 killer of women — heart disease. Jo Anne co-chaired the Montgomery County American Heart Association Go Red Luncheon in 2016.
Local School Sponsorships
The Woodlands High School
Frassati Catholic School