February 2, 2024 | Member Community Involvement

It’s heartwarming to know that Universal Fidelity LP has been making a difference in the lives of children during Christmas since 1991. This year, the team was able to donate and fulfill the wishes of two children through Katy Christian Ministries. It is wonderful to see local non-profits like this organizing such events and bringing smiles to the faces of children. And it’s always nice to receive a letter of gratitude, like the one we received from the organization thanking them for their contributions.katy-christian-ministries

“On behalf of Katy Christian Ministries, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for your generous participation in our 2023 Santa Sleigh Program. Your support is making a significant difference in the lives of our clients, especially the children and seniors we serve. Because of your generous donation, KCM was able to assist 2,655 children and 142 senior citizens with gift supplies this year.

Your commitment to our mission has truly touched the hearts of those in need within our community. The joy and smiles that your contribution brought to the faces of the children and seniors during the holiday season were truly heartwarming.

We believe in the power of community, and your involvement exemplifies the spirit of giving that defines Katy Christian Ministries. The positive impact of your support extends far beyond the gifts themselves, reaching into the homes and hearts of individuals who may be facing challenging circumstances.

Once again, thank you for your generosity and for being an essential part of our Santa Sleigh Program. Your commitment to making a difference in the lives of others is truly commendable. We look forward to keeping you updated on our future initiatives and the continued impact of your support.”

Universal Fidelity’s unwavering commitment to supporting the community is part of the UFLP culture. The annual outreach program, which includes four fundraisers each year, is a testament to their dedication to making a positive difference in the lives of those around them. By partnering with local organizations like the Fort Bend Women’s Center, located in the same county as their office, Universal Fidelity is able to create a more profound impact in their community. Through their first-quarter fundraiser and donations, Universal Fidelity is providing vital support to women and children in need, who will undoubtedly benefit greatly from their generosity.

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