NestQuest are delighted to have received a generous grant from the American Woodmark Foundation. The American Woodmark Foundation was founded in 1995 and has a history of outreach programs focused on sustaining our communities, helping charitable organizations fulfill their missions and simply being good neighbors. Upon receiving these funds NestQuest can continue on it’s mission […]
NestQuest awarded Community Development Block Grant–Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funding.
NestQuest awarded $5000 grant by Albert and Ethel Herzstein Charitable Foundation
NestQuest Houston Selected as Inaugural Member of The Bridges Collaborative, A Nationwide Initiative to Advance Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Education. The first-of-its-kind collaboration connects 56 school and housing groups from 21 states, covering 3.5 million children; Represents the most significant grassroots effort focused on school integration in decades.
NestQuest Houston just earned a 2020 Platinum Seal by adding information to our Nonprofit Profile on GuideStar.
Opportunity means something different to everyone. People live and thrive in every neighborhood. So how do we at NestQuest determine opportunity for the families who choose to work with us? Our program is based on a body of research which demonstrated that the neighborhood in which children grow up, can set the foundations for how […]
If you are experiencing a sudden loss of income or any other obstacles during this difficult time, you may find a resource listed below. This is a small sampling of the many non-profits serving the Houston community. For a comprehensive listing of services specific to your situation and location, you can call the United Way Helpline […]
Voucher Mobility programs offer households a choice in where they decide to make a home for their families. A strong body of research has demonstrated the powerful lifelong effects on children who move out of high-poverty areas.