HOUSTON – Oilfield Serving to Arms (OHH), a non-profit group serving to oilfield households in monetary disaster on account of no fault of their very own, has opened a Haynesville Chapter, to incorporate East Texas and Northwest Louisiana.
By opening an energetic chapter within the Haynesville geographic area, much more upstream oil business staff will be capable of meet the eligibility standards for help from OHH.
A robust OHH Haynesville Chapter management staff is in place, with Ashley Thomas serving as its inaugural president. Thomas stated, “This new Chapter expands OHH’s attain into one other oilfield-centric area, bringing our supportive spirit and monetary help to a brand new group of individuals. The Haynesville Chapter will make the most of month-to-month networking occasions in addition to fundraising events to develop and usher in new volunteers. The success of this grassroots effort to offer help to these in want relies upon upon the assistance of volunteers in addition to financial assist from corporations and people within the area.”
Gene Pate, OHH chairman of the board, stated, “We’re excited and grateful for the unimaginable management already being offered in our new Haynesville Chapter. They’ve an important staff in place that is able to get rolling! This can be very fulfilling to see increasingly individuals reached and touched by our mission of serving to oilfield households in disaster by way of no fault of their very own. That is made potential by way of a staff of selfless volunteers stepping up within the Haynesville area and we encourage everybody to assist their trigger the place they will.”
The Haynesville Chapter will cowl the next counties and parishes:
o San Augustine
o De Soto
o Purple River