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Katy Non-Profits Depend on Community During Holiday Season

KATY MAGAZINE NEWS

November 27, 2020

By Natalie Cook Clark


During this season of giving, Katy families can help neighbors in need by making a donation to one of Katy’s wonderful non-profit groups. While COVID-19 has forced many organizations to change their hours and donation policies this year, residents can still help support people throughout the community.

Hope Impacts partnered with Operation Turkey and The Katy Rotary to deliver over 100 meals to the chronically and situationally homeless in Katy and Richmond/Rosenberg. Photo courtesy: Hope Impacts


Katy Christian Ministries


Katy Christian Ministries (KCM) was founded 35 years ago with a mission to help transform lives. Now, the organization serves more than 8600 households in Katy and its surrounding communities. To keep up with the area's growth, KCM opened a second resale shop on Kingsland Boulevard. Proceeds from the sales of donations support KCM projects and programs that provide immediate and long-term crisis interventions and counseling for victims of domestic and sexual violence.



As a result of the pandemic, KCM needs monetary donations to support families in need and non-perishable foods/personal care items for their Food Pantry. They also need operational funding as their resale store sales have been deeply impacted by this ongoing health crisis.


Donate

Katy residents can take donations to:


5506 1st Street, Katy

Monday to Saturday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Photo courtesy: KCM


Donations Currently Needed:

  • Canned fruit

  • Can Chili

  • Tomato sauce

  • Canned corn. Mixed veggies, peas, spinach

  • Pasta (1 lb. packages)

  • Mac and cheese

  • Cereal

  • Cooking oil

  • Chef Boyardee, etc.

  • Peanut butter

  • Shampoo

  • Bar soap

  • Deodorant