Tamina Community Center continues, as it has since 1998, to offer hope, comfort and tangible benefits to Tamina's low-income community, especially our children and elderly residents. The center offers children safe and productive activities during the hours outside of the school day because some parents are not home until late, or have little food. One of the most needed programs we recently started is "Mom's Door of Hope." Since Hurricane Harvey, we have repurposed classrooms into apartments for children and moms. As new challenges arise with COVID-19, the Tamina Community Center's doors will remain open for children whose parents must continue working.