At Oasis Marketing Solutions, we feel it is our responsibility and privilege to give back to our local communities. Our executive team actively participates in many different fundraising events, missions, food drives and more. Here are a few highlights of recent events.
Blankets For The Homeless, Pearland, TX
This holiday season, as cold temperatures set in, the executive team at Oasis Marketing Solutions wanted to make a difference in one local community. The Team allocated funds to purchase over 175 soft, warm blankets to distribute to the homeless, helping to keep them warm and provide comfort on chilly evenings.
Toys for Tots
Oasis Marketing Solutions believes that every child deserves a gift during the holidays. Brigg Lawrence, Vice President of Operations, has a particularly strong connection with the local community and leads several toy drives to donate to Toys for Tots. Brigg spends most of his December organizing and driving donations and facilitating the delivery of toys to children.
Annual Mission Trip, Roswell, New Mexico
Every June, Jason Adams, Chief Operating Officer at Oasis Marketing Solutions, takes a 10 day mission trip with his youth group. On this mission, their goal is to repair homes owned by elderly individuals who no longer have the resources needed for maintenance and upkeep. Joined by five other youth groups from around the country, together they fixed and repaired 83 homes in the Roswell area.
Annual Boy Scouts of America Spaghetti Feed
In April, Oasis Marketing Solutions teamed up with the local Boys Scouts of America troop to fight hunger in the downtown Houston, TX area. The Troop provided 200 spaghetti dinners to Jason Adams and his team for delivery to the homeless in downtown Houston. How did this get started? Jason comments, “My Sunday school teacher and I came up with the idea four years ago. Since then it has just caught fire on both sides.” The Boys Scouts of America have upped their donation each year and Jason’s team has also taken on volunteers to help meet the delivery demands. Jason went on to say, “Once we got the first year under our belts, we had many individuals come forward wanting to get involved. Now with donations rolling in, we’ll easily do 300-400 dinners next year.”