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Please note that Cy-Hope will not be able to do Camp Lemonade or our Devine Virtuosos Band Camp this year due to COVID-19. We look forward to bringing those events back next summer!
Search Tool Provides Access to Low-cost Computers and Internet Service
EveryoneOn is a national nonprofit focused on connecting under-resourced families to affordable internet service and computers. Click here to search for low-cost internet service and computer options by zip code.
CFISD Reminders
Breakfast and lunch may be picked up between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Monday - Friday.

Meals are available for children 18 years and younger meals at any CFISD school listed; this is not dependent on where the student is enrolled.

Schools available for curbside meals: Anthony MS, Arnold MS, Bane ES, Bleyl MS, Cy Creek HS, Cy Lakes HS, Cy Park HS, Cy Ridge HS, Cy Springs HS, Danish ES, Francone ES, Frazier ES, Goodson MS, Holbrook ES, Horne ES, Kahla MS, Kirk ES, Langham Creek HS, Thornton MS.
CFISD students can access classwork online through the Learning At Home portal.
Thank You Notes
Thank you to MOD Pizza in Towne Lake for coming out to the mega food distribution on Aprl 15 to provide pizzas for our early shift volunteers and staff!
Thank you to all the Cy-Hope staff, volunteers, the Houston Food Bank, and Houston Premium Outlet malls for the hard work in the food distribution on April 15!
Thank you to all the families that waited patiently in line. We hope you were able to get what you need, and if not please know that we will be doing this again next week.
Please continue to watch our Facebook page for more information for our next food distribution.
Thank you to the JJ Watt Foundation for supporting Dierker's Champs baseball and  Cypress-Fairbanks ISD middle schools!
Helping from Home
Help Cy-Hope while stocking up on all of your supplies by registering your Kroger Plus Card with Cy-Hope as your Community Rewards recipient:

First, click here to register your Kroger Plus Card online. If you're new to Kroger.com, click on Enroll Now and create an account.


Once you've established a Kroger.com account, click on Edit Kroger Community Rewards and input your Kroger Plus Card number.


Then, link Cy-Hope to your Kroger Plus Card by entering Cy-Hope's NOP number, UE164, and click Search (this is a new number for Cy-Hope).


Once your account has been set up and you've linked Cy-Hope to it, Cy-Hope will accumulate rewards every time you swipe your card at the register.


If you don't have a Kroger Plus Card, visit any Kroger Customer Service Desk to get one. If you use your phone number at check-out, call 1.800.576.4377 and select option 4 to get your Plus Card number.

Shop AmazonSmile and Support Cy-Hope!
AmazonSmile is a simple way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at  smile.amazon.com , you'll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added benefit that Amazon will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. Click here for more information on how to shop AmazonSmile.
Save on Electricity and Benefit Cy-Hope!
CB&A Realtors is so excited to announce our partnership with  Energy Ogre. Enter CBAREALTORS when you sign up to save on your electric bill, and a portion of your membership fee will go to support organizations like Cy-Hope,  Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Houston, and other organizations that help at-risk kids in our community.
April 2020 - Special Edition

Our main updates since sending our last special edition newsletter are our partnership with the Houston Food Bank to provide volunteers for their Mega Food Distribution events and our #GivingTuesdayNow GoFundMe campaign. Please follow us on Facebook to receive the most up-to-date Cy-Hope information, including volunteer signups for the food and other events. We continue to be amazed at the generosity of our community - thank you!
Hope Chest Re-opening for Donations and Pickups!
It's Time to L et your Spring Cleaning Make a Huge Difference in our Community!
The Hope Chest will re-open for DONATIONS ONLY beginning Friday, April 24. We will accept donations Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. For everyone's safety and to maintain the no contact/social distance precautions, we ask donors to please unload their donations and place them on our loading dock. Tax receipts will be provided.
Furniture pickups will start on Monday, April 27, also with no contact/social distance. We ask donors to please schedule online ( furniture pick up link here). Our staff will contact you to schedule a safe pick up appointment.
We will re-open the store soon! Check our Facebook page for updates, as we continue to follow government guidelines. Thank you so much for your ongoing support!

Cy-Hope at Work in Cy-Fair 
Cy-Hope and Hope Disaster Recovery Partner with Houston Food Bank on Mega Food Distributions
Cy-Hope and Hope Disaster Recovery will provide volunteers for the Mega Food Distributions being supplied by the Houston Food Bank at the Houston Premium Outlets this Wednesday, April 22, from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (or when the food runs out). These events are open to all families and provide a week's worth of food, including produce, cold items, non-perishables and water. Check our Facebook page for up-to-date information and volunteer signups (we have all volunteer slots covered for this event). Click here to watch the Facebook live coverage on KPRC2 from our first event, where we helped feed over 3,000 families.

Hope Has Not Been Cancelled!
Like so many, Cy-Hope has been negatively impacted by COVID-19 both financially and operationally. We have lost a lot of our normal revenue sources and need your help to continue our work in our community. If you are able, please consider donating unrestricted funds via our #Giving TuesdayNow GoFundMe campaign. They will match $1,000 for each nonprofit up to a total of $300,000 in grants, so please donate quickly to help us receive this extra funding.

Making Masks for those on the Front Lines
Jeanne Allain, Cy-Hope's Assistant Operations Manager, has been putting her sewing skills to great use by making masks for neighbors and healthcare workers. Jeanne has a heart for service, having worked as a nurse for many years and now for Cy-Hope, so she's been pouring that passion into helping those now on the front lines.

Healthcare Workers are the Apples of our Eyes!
Cy-Hope, Hope Disaster Recovery, and Vital Kitchen teamed up to provide apple cobbler to front line hospital workers at HCA Houston Healthcare North Cypress.
Thanks to all our first responders!

Hope Center Interns Offer Hope to Students
Our Hope Center interns have been thinking up creative ways to reach out to our students during the Stay at Home quarantine. Watch their fun video message!

Cy-Hope Counseling Provides Vital Support

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