KATY MAGAZINE NEWS
August 2, 2020
By Natalie Cook Clark
As summer winds down, many Katy families are using this time to de-clutter and give back to the community. Local non-profit organizations need additional donations right now, but for some, the pandemic has changed how and what items they can accept.
Katy Non-Profits Experience Increased Need
Many local non-profits are seeing an increase in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Our donation needs have increased because of COVID,” says Tina Hatcher, Executive Director of Hope Impacts. “We are seeing more people in need.”
1. Hope Impacts
Hope Impacts provides support for Katy's homeless community and they are always accepting donations.
802 Dominion Drive
Office hours: Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The office is closed to donations August 10-15
Men's shorts and pants size 28-34 waist
Tennis shoes or sandals - women 6-9 and men 9-13
Women's shorts, athletic style/leggings size small, medium, and large
Deoderant for men and women
Off bug spray
Gaterade 2 (no sugar)