Member Spotlight

CHRISTUS Foundation for HealthCare is comprised of five community healthcare ministries. Those five include: CHRISTUS St. Mary’s Clinic, a cornerstone of the Southeast Houston community, CHRISTUS Healthy Living Mobile Units, which bring healthcare into the community and CHRISTUS School Clinics, which are in schools who otherwise would not have healthcare on campus, CHRISTUS Point of Light Clinic in Dickinson, a primary care clinic serving the Galveston County areas and CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread in Galveston which offers social services to those struggling with mental illness, chemical dependency and homelessness.

Andes Cafe is a South American cafe serving home-style fare, ceviche & organic coffee in a casual, art-filled space. They are a small business dedicated to expose the culinary beauties of South America. Their culinary team is staffed with all South American natives, offering pure authentication. Be sure to check them out during the East End Street Fest or visit their restaurant located on 2311 Canal St #104.

Doneraki Mexican Restaurant is celebrating 42 years of quality food; such as, Tacos al Carbon, Tacos del Trompo, Carnes Asadas, Antojitos y Mariscos and more! Their great food is accompanied by live bands at the restaurant every night. Be sure to check out their location at 300 Gulfgate Houston, TX 77087, or visit their website for more information:

The Spencer Company is an award-winning Horticultural Management business with over 50 years of experience servicing commercial clients in Landscape Management, Seasonal Color, Landscape Construction, Irrigation, Chemical Control and Exterior Holiday Decorating. For more information, please visit their website:

It is with great pleasure that we welcome an East End treasure as one of our newest Chamber members: Chocolate Wasted Ice Cream! The shop is owned by Susan Sahwani-Garcia, a 4th generation East Ender, who believes it’s important that people from this area stay and incorporate their history and dreams into the East End community. 

Chocolate Wasted offers a variety of in-house ice creams, alongside popsicles made with fresh fruit juices and milk. If you’d like to check out their shop, please visit Facebook page or their recently opened physical location at 724 Telephone, Houston, TX - located within Tlaquepaque Market at Eastwood.

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