Aschere Energy LLC of Dallas Tx, today announced sponsorship of Local Children’s Charity Vogel Alcove during its corporate outreach program.
Aschere’s Corporate Outreach, will include a packaging session from its Volunteers, to package and deliver various Children’s Clothing, Diapers, Car Seats, Back Packs and Toys for Vogel Alcoves Special In-Kind needs program.
The in-kind donation will be made this Thursday March 12th during Vogel Alcoves Coffee with the Kids program.
Coffee with the Kids is a great opportunity for groups and individuals to be introduced to Vogel Alcove. At this event we will meet the Vogel Alcove staff, and hear all about their current and future plans and programs from their CEO Karen Hughes and take a tour of the facility.
The event is free to the public, you can RSVP here: https://www.vogelalcove.org/coffee_with_the_kids
“Aschere Energy is committed to making a difference in our local communities,” says Alex Parvizian, CEO Aschere Energy. “Through our Corporate Outreach Program we’re partnering with Vogel Alcove and working together to provide help to our children in need.”
ABOUT ASCHERE ENERGY:
Oil and gas company Aschere Energy is widely considered to be a leader in its field. The company uses its expertise and team of professionals to drill wells in a successful, cost-effective manner.
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas Aschere Energy focuses on opportunities for development in existing fields where drilling success ratios are much higher than those resulting from the alternative of drilling in an unproven area.
ABOUT VOGEL ALCOVE
Vogel Alcoves mission is to provide the youngest children of homeless families with the foundation for success. For nearly 25 years, Vogel Alcove has provided free quality child development services for Dallas’ youngest victims of poverty: homeless children 6 weeks to 5 years old. Vogel Alcove is the only free comprehensive early childhood education program in the city of Dallas whose primary focus is to provide free childcare and case management for children and their families residing at 18 local emergency shelters, domestic violence shelters and housing programs