November 2020
Dear Member Congregations,

Happy Fall! On behalf our staff and clients, we thank you for the generosity you have shared over the last several months. We could not meet the increased needs of our community without your kindness. 
As we look ahead, we are anticipating a very large Holiday GIVING program for Families and Seniors in our community. If you are able, we would be so grateful to be the recipient of donated toys or food as we work very hard to meet these needs. 
Details follow in this newsletter on ways you can help make a difference and ensure every family who reaches out to Interfaith receives holiday gifts this year.
In this season of gratitude, we are grateful to each of you and your congregations. In a world of uncertainty, how blessed we each are to have the comfort of our spiritual neighbors and organizations who believe together we can continue to build a more loving and caring community by serving. 
I wish you a beautiful holiday season ahead!
Kindest regards,

Missy Herndon
President and CEO
Interfaith of The Woodlands
Holiday GIVING 

Please help Interfaith brighten the Holiday Season in our community by offering your support. Holiday GIVING provides families, children and Seniors with gifts and food to make their Holiday season special through our Toy Drive and Gifts for Seniors Programs.

Interfaith Family Services provides holiday gifts to families through the Holiday Toy Drive, a program in which the community comes together to donate new toys and gift cards for children and teens. Interfaith Senior Services provides holiday gifts for senior adults, 62 and older though the Gifts for Seniors Program. Each family receiving Holiday assistance is given food pantry staples and holiday foods to prepare a traditional Holiday Meal with our Food Pantry Assistance. 

Click on the flyers below for gift ideas and how your congregation can help with a Toy Drive, Gifts for Seniors or Food Assistance. To visit our Holiday GIVING page, click here for more information.
Community Help Expo
FaithsTogether - Giving Thanks
Congregation Support

Thank you to our Congregation Partners in October: 
Congregation Beth Shalom of The Woodlands, First Church of Christ Scientist, The Woodlands United Methodist Church,Trinity Episcopal Church and Unity of The Woodlands donated to Interfaith Food Pantry.

Congregation Beth Shalom of The Woodlands
Trinity Episcopal Church - Be a Blessing Get a Blessing Food Drive

The Woodlands United Methodist
Community-wide Food Drive 

Interfaith Food Pantry feeds an estimated 600 households every month. The food pantry relies on donations to help feed our hungry neighbors. 
Thank you for your continued support. We are so thankful!

In addition to serving the families that visit Interfaith every day, Interfaith Food Pantry also serves homebound seniors. Volunteers help package and delivers groceries to 185 Seniors in the senior complexes once a month. 

Host a Food Drive for Interfaith

Click here for more information on how to hold a food drive, or contact Interfaith at 281-367-1230.