November 2018
2018 Celebration of Excellence Gala
Honoring our Hometown Heroes
October was a show-stopping month of service and giving! Thanks to our community, Interfaith was able to honor our 2018 Hometown Heroes, all while raising vital funds for local families in need. A very special thank you to our generous supporters, including Presenting Sponsor Woodforest National Bank. We raised $750,000. All proceeds go straight back into serving families in need in South Montgomery county. 

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When you think of GIVING this holiday season, think of Interfaith! Over the next 2 months, an expected 6,000 men, women and children will ask Interfaith for help. Interfaith's Holiday programs provide gifts, toys and traditional holiday meal foods, perishables, toiletries and paper goods to our neighbors living in South Montgomery County. Interfaith Food Pantry is self-sustaining thanks to the generosity of our community food drives and purchases from local grocery stores.

When you give to Interfaith, you are giving to families and Seniors in OUR community. Help us serve our local neighbors in crisis. Interfaith is now collecting Holiday food items for Thanksgiving! Additionally, families will receive a gift card for a turkey! To be a donor for our Gift Programs, click the button below.

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Thank you to our donors and volunteers!

It was a wonderful month of service in October. Rain or shine, our volunteers, through Interfaith's food pantry Senior Eating Well grocery delivery program, delivered their monthly groceries to Senior Adults. Additionally we are grateful for the many generous donations of food and hygiene products to our Food Pantry. 

October Fun with the Senior Adults!
Interfaith had fun organizing activities for our Senior A dult neighbors in October!  Interfaith's Senior programs host senior activities and parties at Senior Living complexes and the South County Community Center in our area seasonally all throughout the year. For more information on our programs, click here
Hocus Pocus Pops

One of our recent Senior Services activities was an annual trip to the Houston Symphony: Hocus Pocus Pops! Interfaith's Senior Services coordinate trips to local attractions and events throughout the year for our Senior neighbors. For this spooky outing, we were thrilled to have 12 Senior Adults along for the fun with our Interfaith Senior Services staff.

ICDC Celebrates October!

ICDC was full of smiles and giggles as the children paraded through the halls at our annual costume parade! We're not sure whose smiles were bigger--the children or the parents! What a great way to close October!!

Girl Scout Troop 11768 Visits Veggie Village
Interfaith's Veggie Village recently hosted Girl Scout Troop 11768. The Scouts helped out around the garden which provides fresh vegatables to our neighbors though Interfaith's food pantry.
On The Go Market Day
The Interfaith Food Pantry Hits the Road

In October, Interfaith's family services team we filled up our bright green Interfaith truck and headed to the River Oaks neighborhood, off 242 to give fresh procuts and gift cards to our neighbors in need. 

Volume 3 of The Book The Woodlands, Launched!

The third volume of The Book The Woodlands hit mailboxes in early October.  
Not only does this visually stunning magazine highlight all that makes The Woodlands great, but this advertiser-supported annual publication is also a fundraiser supporting the programs and services Interfaith provides to our community, such as grocery delivery to home bound seniors and rent assistance to families who need help.
Learn more here,

IYP Executive Speaker Series Coming Up!

Join the Interfaith Young Professionals for an upcoming Executive Speaker Series!  Alex Sutton and Jim Carman of the The Howard Hughes Corporation will speak on November 14 from 5:30-7:00 pm. The event will be moderated by Gil Staley, of The Woodlands Area Economic Development Partnership.

Each month Interfaith's Food Pantry feeds nearly 1,500 individuals. In addition to serving the families that visit Interfaith every day, the Interfaith Food Pantry also serves home bound 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.