AUGUST 2017
FOOD PANTRY NEEDS


VOLUNTEER FOR INTERFAITH
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
  
Coming soon!

Contact Holly Mayer, Volunteer Coordinator, if you have any questions.
832-615-8208
hmayer@woodlandsinterfaith.org
STUFF THE AUDI EVENT


Interfaith of The Woodlands kicked off the annual school supply and backpack drive with Audi North Houston, a Sewell Company. Interfaith's Kits4Kidz program is expected to serve over 2,000 children this August. Thank you Audi North Houston! 
SENIOR GROCERY DELIVERY

Interfaith Allstars helped bag groceries for Senior Grocery Delivery. 
THANK YOU

Thank you to Daughters of The American Revolution for the generous food donation to Interfaith's Food Pantry.
DRUMMING WORKSHOP

Thank you to The Woodlands Waterway Arts Council for providing a drumming workshop for Seniors. This interactive performance allowed Seniors to drum along with the beat while they learned about instruments all over the world.  
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4242 Interfaith Way 
The Woodlands, TX 77381
281-367-1230 
Stock the Pantry Summer Food Drive!

Help Interfaith "Stock the Pantry"  this summer by donating non-perishable food items during the "Stock the Pantry" summer campaign. Donation bags can be picked up at Interfaith. Don't forget to take a picture with the luau-themed photo frame and props while you are dropping off items at Interfaith! Click here to print the flyer. 

Thank you for your School Supply Donations! 
Thank you to everyone that donated school supplies and backpacks to the School Supply and Backpack Drive this summer! 
Thank you  Benchmark Bank!

  Ralenston celebrated his 4th birthday by asking friends to bring school supplies in lieu of gifts to donate to Interfaith! 
Goode Company Gives Back!
 
The Woodlands Celebration of Excellence Gala

This year, The Woodlands Celebration of Excellence Gala Committee is excited to debut the Hometown Heroes Giving Circle The Hometown Hero Giving Circle  is an opportunity for individuals and businesses to make a donation in honor and/or in memory of a past or current Hometown Hero as a way to pay tribute to their incredible commitments to serving our community.  Donations to the Hometown Heroes Circle  will go directly to help individuals and families in crisis through financial assistance for rent, mortgage, utilities, gasoline, prescription drug assistance, emergency shelter, food, clothing, senior programs and offers counseling, job training, and child care.  Donations can be made online by clicking here or by phone at (832) 615-8225.