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Market Street Announces Nonprofit Partners for 2019 Change for Charity Program

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THE WOODLANDS, TX – Four Montgomery County charities will benefit from the thousands of dollars in change inserted in Market Street’s voluntary parking meters throughout 2019 as the shopping, dining, and entertainment destination announces the beneficiaries of the 2019 Change for Charity program: American Heart Association, ASD Hope Inc. Texas Autism Academy, Operation Pets Alive, and Meals on Wheels Montgomery County.

The Woodlands Car Club also generously raises money for the Change for Charity recipients throughout the year at their events, held the first Sunday of each month. Their contributions, coupled with the amount donated to Market Street’s 68 parking meters make up the total amount given to a selected charity each quarter.

“Market Street’s Change for Charity program is a longstanding initiative that enables us to give back to and support the community we serve,” says Noemi Gonzalez, marketing director at Market Street. “Our shoppers have contributed more than $200,000 to the Change for Charity program since its inception.”

The program’s first-quarter beneficiary, American Heart Association of Montgomery County, wants to see a world free of heart disease and stroke. The AHA hosts community impact events such as CPR trainings, and provides resources for healthy living.

The second-quarter beneficiary, ASD Hope Inc. Texas Autism Academy, is a private school for children on the Autism Spectrum that incorporates the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis into daily instruction and curriculum. ASD Hope, Inc. is the organization that makes Texas Autism Academy possible.

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Operation Pets Alive, the program’s third-quarter recipient, is dedicated to elevating Montgomery County to a no-kill community through innovative programs that raise community awareness, reduce the number of dogs and cats that enter local shelters, and increase the number of dogs and cats that leave shelters alive.

Market Street’s Change for Charity fourth-quarter beneficiary, Meals on Wheels Montgomery County, combats the issues of aging: hunger, loneliness, and loss of independence. They work to foster independence and dignity for homebound seniors in Montgomery County by providing them with nutritious meals, caring contacts, and transportation.




Market Street The Woodlands is a 562,322 square foot outdoor lifestyle mixed-use property located in The Woodlands, Texas, approximately 25 miles north of Houston across from the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.   The grocery anchored property contains 376,428 square feet of street level retail, combined with 115,894 square feet of Class A office space and a 70 room 70,000 square foot Hyatt Centric hotel. In addition, the project includes a 5 screen Cinema and 21 restaurants and eateries. Trademark Property Company manages the project, including development, leasing and property management services. Market Street is owned by a joint venture between an affiliate of Trademark Property Company and Institutional Mall Investors. For additional information on Market Street visit




Trademark Property Co. is an operator, investor and developer of award-winning, mixed-use town centers, specialty, community, power centers and enclosed regional malls. Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2017, the Fort Worth, Texas-based Trademark has invested in, or developed over 11.5 million square feet of retail and mixed-use assets worth over $2 billion. Trademark’s experienced team of 120 employees is responsible for approximately 6.8 million square feet of retail and mixed-use projects currently in operation or development/redevelopment, including: Alliance Town Center (Fort Worth, Texas), Burr Ridge Village Center (Chicago, Ill.), Glades Plaza (Boca Raton, Fla.), Hillside Village (Cedar Hill, Texas), La Palmera (Corpus Christi, Texas), Market Street Flowood (Flowood, Miss.), Market Street – The Woodlands (The Woodlands, Texas), First Street Napa (Napa, Calif.), Perkins Rowe (Baton Rouge, La.), Rice Village (Houston, Texas), Saddle Creek (Germantown, Tenn.), The Shops at La Palmera (Corpus Christi, Texas), Victory Park (Dallas, Texas), Watters Creek (Allen, Texas), Waterside (Fort Worth, Texas), and WestBend (Fort Worth, Texas). For more information, visit