In the Community

Brian Ching delivered adidas cleats to members of the soccer team at Crossroads High School in Alief ISD.

Houston Dash Goalkeeper, Jane Campbell, surprised Caroline with a pair of gloves. Earlier in the month players met Caroline at a hospital visit and learned she was a goalkeeper. View more here.

Dynamo Diesel attended the first annual Cinco de May celebration at J.R. Harris Elementary.

The Houston Dynamo, MLS Works and US Soccer Foundation unveiled Houston second mini pitch at Project Chrysalis Middle School in efforts to create a safe place to play for children. Click here for more photos and here for a video recap.

The Houston Dynamo is the Title sponsor of the American Red Cross' Sound the Alarm Program which helps to ensure area homes have working smoke detectors and a proper fire safety plan, including planned exit routes. Watch more here.

Dylan Remick and Coming Up Rosies partnered to create customized head and neck scarves from children's original artwork battling cancer a a local Houston hospital. More information is available here

Eric Bird, Kevin Garcia, Leonardo and Michael Nelson stopped by to visit young Dynamo fans at a local hospital and teach them a few soccer skills. Click here for a photo album from the visit and here for a video recap.

Houston Dynamo & Houston Zoo staff planted a pollinator garden at BBVA Compass Stadium as part of MLS Works Greener Goals Week of Service. Click here to see images of the new garden and here to learn more.

Houston Dynamo players and staff helped beautify the Houston Police Officers Memorial at Buffalo Bayou Park for MLS Works Greener Goals Week of Service. Click here for images from the event and here for a brief recap. 

Juan David Cabezas congratulated Kevin Hernandez from Dobie High School soccer for being an outstanding player on the field and even better student off the field as a part of Telemundo's En La Prepa Program. Learn more here.

Boniek GarcÍa and his family delivered dinner to Houston Fire Station 47 as a Thank You for their service to the community prior to the annual Guns and Hoses Soccer game.

Lindsay Agnew and Nichelle Prince stopped by the Boys and Girls Holthouse Club in the East End for a Dash GOALS visit. 

Andrew Wenger kicked off the second season of his First Pass Initiative at The Forge for Families in Houston's Third Ward. Click here to learn more and here for a photo album.

Leonard visited Kate Bell Elementary, a Physical Development Magnet School to promote the importance of staying active and eating healthy as a part of the Dynamo GOALS program. Click here for images from the visit.

Fourth and fifth graders from Scarborough Elementary learned new soccer skills from rookie goalkeeper, Micheal Nelson. Click here to view photos from the visit.

Young Houston Dynamo and Dash fans stopped by BBVA Compass Stadium for the Dynamo Charities Easter Egg Hunt. It took our young participants only 10 minutes to find all 5,000 Easter eggs! Click here to view photos from the event and here for a full video recap.

Brian Ching stopped by Holub Middle School for a Dynamo GOALS visit to encourage students to set academic and fitness goals. 

Boniek García met with Elsik High School's soccer team to congratulate Andrés Montaño on being an outstanding student and athlete (VIDEO). 

Dynamo youth Programs attended Bayou Greenway Day, a local outdoor festival in the north Houston community, teaching soccer skills to local kids. The event featured music, food, a fun run and much more.

The second round of the 2018 Dynamo Charities Fire Sale was held on Saturday, March 24 at the Houston Sports Park prior to the Houston Dash Open Practice and raised $5,000, bringing the grand total raised during both Fire Sales to $38,000.

During National Nutrition Month, Houston Dynamo fans and staff volunteered with Brighter Bites to pack fruits and vegetables for Baker Ripley students in the East End. Brighter Bites delivers fresh fruits and vegetables directly into families' hands, while teaching them how to use and choose a different kind of fast food.

Alberth "La Pantera" Elis treated 80 students from Las Americas Newcomer School with a trip to Edwards Greenway Grand Palace to watch Black Panther. Click here to see photos from the outing and here for a full video recap.

Students from Project Chrysalis Middle School and Cage Elementary received a visit from Diesel and participated in a Dynamo GOALS soccer clinic lead by A.J. DeLaGarza, Eric Bird and Tomas Martinez. Click here to view photos. 

Diesel, A.J. DeLaGarza and Dylan Remick took time out of their opening day preparations to put smiles on the faces of some of our young fans. View photos here. A video recap is also available here.

Last season Sutton Elementary showed their Dynamo spirit and this season Kevin Garcia thanked them with a Dynamo GOALS visit. 

Dynamo and Dash fans packaged over 19,000 meals for senior citizens at the Houston Food Bank for Box with the Fox. Click here view more.

The 2018 Dynamo Charities Fire Sale held on Saturday, January 27 at the Houston Sports Park raised $33,000 to support community programs.

Dylan Remick helps Rosie from Coming Up Rosies get ready for a hospital visit. Coming Up Rosies provides new head and neck scarves for children struggling with baldness due to cancer or alopecia.

Romell Quioto partners with Échame una Mano in Tegucigalpa, Honduras and delivers breakfast to patients at Hospital Escuela.

Alberth Elis donates a computer lab to his hometown in Honduras. Full story available here.

Boniek García spends the holidays bringing joy in Honduras. Full story available here.