MARCH 2018
John Cooper Empty Bowls Project

Each year, students from The John Cooper School National Art Honor Society create hundreds of bowls in an effort to raise funds to combat hunger in the community. The bowls are part of their Annual Empty Bowls Project where g uests were invited to donate $10 and in return enjoy a bowl of soup, a chance to bid on a silent auction items and the opportunity to take home a handmade bowl as a reminder that there are empty bowls in the community.  Proceeds from the Annual Empty Bowls Project are donated to Interfaith of The Woodlands Food Pantry for hunger relief. Thank you to  The John Cooper School  for your generosity! 
Now Accepting Five Who Share Nominations

Interfaith of The Woodlands is currently accepting nominations for the Service of Excellence Awards, which are presented annually to five outstanding individuals in the community. The Service of Excellence Award honors individuals who have invested in the community and have greatly inspired others through their tireless work by volunteering in one of the following areas: Seniors, Youth, Fine Arts, Health and Education.  Nominated individuals should demonstrate commitment and dedication to the specified area of service, be a positive role model in the community, provide leadership, help significantly to improve lives and/or community through their service. Volunteer work must be performed in Zip Codes 77380-77386, 77389 & 77385 in the Village of Creekside Park and 77354 & 77355 in the Village of Sterling Ridge. To nominate an outstanding community individual, please visit  click here .  Nominations must be submitted by Friday, March 23 rd .

Recipients will be honored at the annual Five Who Share Luncheon that will be held at The Woodlands Country Club on Tuesday, May 15th.
Interfaith of The Woodlands Voted Best Non-Profit  

Congratulations to all the Best of The Woodlands Winners! Interfaith of the Woodlands was voted Best Non-Profit for the fourth consecutive year. Interfaith also won Best Elderly Care & Senior Nursing Services for Interfaith Senior Services Department, and Best Resale Shops & Consignment for Interfaith's Hand Me Up Shop. Thank you for taking the time to vote and for helping us to build a more loving and caring community through service.
The Woodlands Lions Club Donation

Thank you to The Woodlands Lions Club for being a long-time supporter of Interfaith of The Woodlands. Your financial support allows Interfaith the ability to continue to serve our neighbors in need.

Support Interfaith by volunteering for IRONMAN Texas or Insperity Invitational Golf Tournament

Interfaith receives funds for our volunteer efforts from these events that go back out to the community through our many programs and services offered to families and Seniors in need. 
We are still in need of numerous volunteers to assist with IRONMAN Texa s April 24th- 28th. Click here for more information on volunteering for IRONMAN.
Interfaith will also need volunteers for the Insperity Invitational Golf Tournament April 30th - May 4th. Details will be posted to our website soon.
For more information or to become involved, please click here.
Ann K. Snyder Elementary Food Drive!

Students from Ann K. Snyder Elementary collected over 2,800 pounds of food for Interfaith Food Pantry!
A special thank you to Principal Lindsay Ardoin for her support of our community and for serving on our Interfaith Child Development Center Advisory board!
March Food Pantry Needs

Each month Interfaith's Food Pantry feeds 1,500 individuals. In addition to serving the families that visit Interfaith every day, the Interfaith Food Pantry also serves home bound Seniors. Volunteers help package and delivers groceries to Seniors in the senior complexes once a month. Roughly 185 seniors receive monthly grocery deliveries.  

Host a Food Drive for Interfaith

Download this flyer  for more information on how to hold a food drive. For more information, contact Interfaith at 281-367-1230.