Thanks to all the beach lovers that showed up to keep Texas Beaches great Read More
Beach Clean Up May 13th 2017
We want to thank the all the cool people that show up and show they care about Texas beaches with hard work and sweat. Thank You... Read More
The I-Neglect No Texas Beaches campaigns have continued to grow over the years, and we are appreciative of the volunteers that show up to keep the beaches clean. Next clean up is September 24th Saturday at 9 am. Contact Kurt to volunteer. Thanks to Zieglers Foods for donating Hot Dogs. Read More
September Beach Cleanup
Fall 2015 Beach CleanupThe I-Neglect volunteers were hard at work September 26th making the Texas Beaches safe for you and me.
Taking Kids to Higher Places
In 1908 it was ok to have 12 year olds work in a factory. Louis Hine said "enough", he spent 10 years documenting child labor in pictures. And helped kids to be kids.
I Neglect is committed to the healthy development of the social and cultural needs of underprivileged children in Southeast Texas. Having fun and rewarding social experiences with positive role models and with peers are vital to our children’s healthy passage into their adolescent and adult lives.
A child's peer group will always have a profound effect on them. Having a variety of positive influences is essential. We all have had an influential person in our lives that have changed our lives for better or worse.
I-Neglect has documented many of it's community events whenever possible, in many cases it's not ethical to show images where I-Neglect has hosted events with traumatized minors or where legal proceedings are underway.
The Image Gallery is a partial record of pictures and videos of past benefits, community participation events and beach cleanups.
To find out when the next I-Neglect beach cleanup takes place and find out how to participate send us a message on the contact us page.
Kindergartners that have turned into monsters. The previously sweet, compliant children have turned sour, temperamental and belligerent. Many mothers tearfully admit that they are worried that something as traumatic as bullying or abuse has occurred and wonder if they should pull their child from the classroom. So dramatic is the change in their sweet angel’s […]
Young drivers, ages 15- to 20-years old, are especially vulnerable to death and injury on our roadways – traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for teenagers in America. Mile for mile, teenagers are involved in three times as many fatal crashes as all other drivers.Research shows which behaviors contribute to teen-related crashes. Inexperience […]
When teens don’t get enough sleep, there are consequences beyond just being more irritable or moody.Over the long term, a lack of sleep can influence appetite, nudging a person to reach for more empty carbohydrates and sugar. Inadequate sleep also seems to send a signal to our bodies to store more fat. A recent study […]