The Food Pantry is available to individuals and families who need assistance. Donations are always needed and appreciated in many forms: financial contributions, non-perishable food, infant products including diapers and formula, personal hygiene items, paper products, cleaning supplies, and gift cards to area grocery stores. In addition, donations can also be made by buying “End Hunger” bags of groceries at Kroger Cochran’s Crossing, Kroger Indian Springs, HEB Market Street, HEB Indian Springs, and Randalls Grogan’s Mill. All bags purchased at theses locations come directly to Interfaith.
For more information on the Food Pantry, please call 281-367-1230.
The Veggie Village community garden benefits the Interfaith Food Pantry. For more information or to volunteer, contact Holly Mayer at 832-615-8202 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help Interfaith Stock the Pantry!
The summer food drive campaign starts June 22nd and runs through August 31st. Volunteers can pick up donation bags at Interfaith to collect non-perishable food items and other household products. Volunteers are encouraged to take selfies in the Stock The Pantry photo booth upon delivering the bags back to Interfaith.
Click here to print the flyer.
Want to hold a food drive?
Download this flyer for information on how to hold a food drive. For more information, contact Interfaith at 281-367-1230.
Link your Kroger Card through the Kroger Community Rewards Program. For details, contact Interfaith or sign up online at www.krogercommunityrewards.com and choose Interfaith of The Woodlands (# 81617).
Link your Randalls card through the Randalls Good Neighbor Program. The number for Interfaith of The Woodlands is 7529. Click here to view the form and turn in the form to any Randalls courtesy booth.
FOOD PANTRY NEEDS
- canned or powdered milk
- canned vegetables
- canned fruit and fruit juices
- oatmeal and cereal
- canned meats
- rice, beans, and pasta
- pasta sauce
- toilet paper
- personal hygiene items
- household cleaning products