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Rockets Provide Taco Tuesday Lunch at Apartment Complex for Recent Homeless
Posted: May 12, 2020 -- 4:02 p.m. CT
In support of SEARCH Homeless Services, Houston Rockets owner Tilman J. Fertitta's "Taco Me Crazy" food truck visited Brays Crossing, a New Hope Housing apartment complex for recently homeless men and women, to provide lunch for residents.
The food truck, which operates as part of Fertitta's Cadillac Bar restaurant, was accompanied by Rockets employees. For the past month, the food truck has made visits to various Houston organizations and events as part of Fertitta and the Rockets Taco Tuesday initiative. Other stops have included the Houston Food Bank and a blood drive for Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center.
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SEARCH Homeless Services complements and partners with shelters and other agencies to fill the gaps for individuals struggling to change their lives. They have been serving the Houston community for over 30 years.
New Hope Housing's core purpose is to provide life-stabilizing, affordable, permanent housing with support services for people who live on very limited incomes. Their Brays Crossing location features 149 fully furnished efficiency apartments.
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