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The Woodlands Charities, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization.

 

The Woodlands Charities, Inc., was founded by Nina Marino, Amy Milstead, and James Stilwell.

These Community Leaders pooled their vast experience to form an organization that hosts fundraisers for and brings awareness to selected Montgomery County charities!

All funds raised are donated directly to the annual Charity that has been selected.

Learn more about our beneficiaries.

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Nina Marino

The Nina Marino Realty Team

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BIO

Nina Marino is a Texas Residential and Commercial Realtor with Keller Williams Realty, and has lived in The Woodlands for over 30 years, where she and her Husband, Michael raised their three children. Nina is recognized as an accomplished Business Leader and Top Producer in the Houston and surrounding areas.

Amy Milstead

Milstead Automotive

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Amy Milstead, the only daughter of seven children, serves as President of Milstead Automotive founded by her father, Dick Milstead. Amy has appeared as a featured expert on Fox News, ABC, CBS and the Live Well Network and continues to innovate and lead in her industry. Amy lives in Spring with her husband and enjoys life with her two daughters & one adorable grandson.
 

James H. Stilwell

Martin, Earl & Stilwell LLP

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James has a wide-ranging litigation practice that includes fiduciary litigation and probate, will contests and trust disputes, builder and developer litigation, commercial litigation and appeals. James has also served as a mediator, and as an expert witness.

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