Today CFHE is fulfilling our mission and vision statements by providing an avenue for creative partnering between parties that share common end users. The goal of partnering is to foster alternative and unique avenues to achieve improvements in customer outcomes.
The parties are already actively involved in customer outcomes based on their individual industries, and we seek to investigate whether there are possible unions that can be developed that provide better outcomes than they do alone.
We believe one way of achieving our mission is by creating a comprehensive wellness score. A score that each end user can use to gauge their individual wellness. The score takes into account mental and physical wellbeing. The score can be tracked individually as well as demographically using collected data.
CFHE began the re-branding process by focusing on a new mission. To foster interprofessional collaborations that provide education technologies for stakeholders who share common health outcome objectives. The vision is to improve consumer health outcomes by 2020.
The financial collapse of 2008 hurt many small nonprofit organizations. Council for Family Health Education was one of them. We suffered the loss of donors and volunteers as their focus turned to their fiscal condition. Without financial support, CFHE was left in limbo until Now.
The summer of 2007, CFHE created a Sports DBA to provide sport specific programming for kids who could not afford the cost of summer athletic camps. CFHE Sport developed the P.A.S.S. summer camp. PASS stands for Power, Agility, Speed and Strength. The camps taught fundamental athletic skills and educated parents on the importance of staying physically active.
From 2006 to 2008 our Mission was to provide physical activities and health education for the entire family by creating programs that are good clean fun for everyone. We accomplished this mission by focusing on the rising overweight and obesity epidemic. We collaborated with other charitable organizations like schools by creating fundraising opportunities for the kids that required physical activity and parent-child involvement.
On July 19th, 2006, CFHE received its tax-exempt letter from the IRS. Nineteen days after mailing the application CFHE became a 501 (c) (3) public charity.
Council for Family Health Education (CFHE) was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in December 2005 as an educational organization.
Ultimate Family Activities (UFA) was created in September 2005 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, to raise awareness of the social, psychological and physical benefits of physical activity. UFA sought to raise funds for physical activity equipment. UFA goal was to raise awareness on the advantages of physical activity for the people of the Gulf Coast, who were being housed in the Houston Astrodome.