THE WOODLANDS, TX - Local nonprofit Emergency Ministries announced that Debbie Riddle, Texas House of Representatives, District 150, and Susan O'Donnell, KSBJ Program Director, will be speaking at their first annual Gala in The Woodlands to be held at America's on The Woodlands Waterway, Thursday, November 29.

Events of the evening include a silent and live auction, testimonials from Riddle, a former volunteer firefighter, and O'Donnell. Local pianist, Daniel Blanchard, will provide live music. Tickets for the Gala start at $100 per guest, and sponsorships are available ranging from $500 to $15,000.

Proceeds from the annual Emergency Ministries Gala will benefit the nonprofit group, who serve first responders with on-scene and behind-the-scene Crisis Chaplaincy through volunteer and paid chaplains. By increasing the level of donations received, Emergency Ministries will be able to increase their footprint and serve more first responders.

Emergency Ministries provides on-scene and 'behind-the-scene' Crisis Chaplaincy for emergency workers (first-responders). The emphasis is on Critical Incident Stress mitigation. Services are offered without regard to religious affiliation or lack thereof. The organization offers direct guidance, spiritual support, relationship, substance abuse counseling, suicide prevention, group sessions, and anything else required.


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