Community Involvement

Some thing we value

Every company has a corporate responsibility to the needs around it. Sneaker has served different groups in our area however our staff has also served in different capacities around the world.

Sneaker Interactive as a Company

Bobby Breaux

  • Was involved in voluntary prison ministry almost every weekend for 1.5 years (’95,’96) through a Christian Blues Band, The Peyton Brothers. Spoke to groups of inmates, sometimes thousands of them at a time, sharing my life’s experiences in an effort to bring them hope. Spent one on one time with inmates for hours at a time.
  • Volunteered in Christian Faith Center’s (now Shoreline) youth ministry in Austin, Texas for 5 years, from ’93-’97. Played on the worship team and helped troubled kids one on one, talking through their week and offering advice and prayer.
  • Worked for 20 years in several churches in music ministry, sometimes as the music minister, and helped start up churches get off the ground through volunteer work and by guiding business decisions.
  • In college, put on a fundraiser for Boy’s Haven, a shelter for homeless and troubled youth in Beaumont. Raised community awareness for the organization through local media organizations – television stations, newspapers and also enlisted the Beaumont Jaycees to pitch in and volunteer for the event.
  • Acted in the Beaumont Community Players for 4 years in college, which was involved in putting on plays pro bono to the community, with ticket sales covering expenses only.

Gerda Breaux

  • Runs a ministry that feeds starving children, mainly her own.

Joseph Dispensa

  • Currently the Associate Pastor at Celebration House church in La Marque Texas
  • Prison Ministry for 2 years at Galveston County
  • Missionary to Ireland 2000 to 2013

Eric Wargo

  • Church plant missionary to the Dominican Republic through Antioch Community Church
  • Member of Unbound Houston to raise awareness of human trafficking
  • Mission trips to Haiti, Costa Rica, Brazil, NW Africa, Thailand, and Uganda.
  • Compassion advocate

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