Interfaith collecting non-perishable food donations in Drive Through of Caring
Thanks to the generosity of residents and neighbors in and around The Woodlands who participated the “Drive Through of Caring” on April 8, Interfaith of The Woodlands was able to collect 5,300 pounds of food, equalling 6,360 meals for families and seniors in need in our community.
Watch the video below, sharing moments from Drive Through of Caring:
Interfaith is continuing accept drive through donations (non-perishable food items) on Wednesdays from 9 to 11 a.m. For a list of current food needs, visit bit.ly/aprilfoodneeds
As Interfaith of The Woodlands embarks on the 5th week of their COVID-19 community response, they have seen 100% increase in neighbors receiving groceries from their food pantry.
“The need is great, and we are so thankful for our collaborative partnership with the Montgomery County Food Bank, who allowed us to not only double, but sometimes triple our orders, and worked with us to ensure we were able to keep our pantry stocked to meet the needs of thousands of neighbors,” said Missy Herndon, President and CEO, Interfaith of The Woodlands.
Interfaith’s Food Pantry continues to offer drive-thru pantry distributions to best serve those in need on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Visit Interfaith of The Woodlands’ website to learn more about their efforts and programs during the COVID-19 crisis and to make an online donation today at https://woodlandsinterfaith.org/