Instead of donating to my campaign, please donate to Humble Area Assistance Ministries (HAAM). They need the money more than I do.

In Humble, an alarming 20% of residents live below the poverty line, higher than both the county and the state, and considerably higher than the nation. HAAM serves these people through donations of school supplies, career counseling, job fairs, food fairs, and more. Much more. Learn about the impact they have on the community and please consider making a donation.

According to CBS, Americans spent $6.8 billion on political campaigns last year – and that was just on the federal level. Organizations like HAAM can feed someone for a dollar a day. If all of that $6.8 billion had gone toward food assistance, we could wipe out hunger in America. Think about that.

This advertorial which will appear in the Tribune Newspapers and on their website (Our Tribune.com) explains more about the impact your charitable donation could have on the students in Humble ISD’s 11 Title One schools.

Don’t Donate To My Campaign

By the way, HAAM is a non-political organization and is not endorsing me or any other candidate in this election. I am suggesting donating your money to them solely because they support so many students and families in need.

Other ways to help

Remember to vote for Bob Rehak for Humble ISD Board of Trustees, Position 1, on May 6.