The Texas Wildlife Association Foundation, Inc. was formed in 1991 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, dedicated to providing ethical environmental education about wildlife and habitat conservation to Texans or all ages. The Texas Wildlife Association Foundation, Inc. increases natural resource literacy and promotes conservation and educational programs that connect Texans to the land.
SCHOOL ART JUDGE
This committee coordinates and supervises the School Art Program, stimulating interest in Western art and in Show activities through artistic competition by area students. Members organize judging, set up the Hayloft Gallery for display of winning entries and conduct the awards program for participating students.
SCHOOL ART AUCTION
This committee is responsible for pre-selling winning student artwork. They also are responsible for the School Art Auction, distribution of grand champion prints to pre-sale buyers, and planning and conducting the buyer and pre-auction parties.
Professional Hunters' Association of South Africa
PHASA supports the conservation and ecologically sustainable development and use of natural resources, for the benefit of current and future generations, through the promotion of ethical hunting (to ensure environmental protection for current and future generations in accordance with Section 24 of the Bill of Rights of the South African Constitution).
BAM! Because Art Matters
BAM! is the community and education outreach arm of The Woodlands Waterway Arts Council, a 501 (c) (3) not for profit organization that was formed to provide cultural enrichment through the arts for residents throughout the region. BAM! recognizes that a thriving art community contributes to the creative development, health benefits and overall improvement of the quality of life. We believe art education plays an essential role in developing young people’s minds and the lives of the elderly as well as those with special needs or at risk. BAM! reaches out to schools and residents of the region with meaningful art programs and encourages people to actively engage in the arts...Because Art Matters!
Vickie McMillan has served as a Program Director for ARTreach, a non-profit arts organization serving children at risk, children and adults with special needs and the elderly as well as delivering arts programs to communities in the greater Houston area such as Katy, The Woodlands, Fort Bend & Harris counties.