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Montgomery County Food Bank

Established in 1985, the Montgomery County Food Bank is a nonprofit organization dedicated to combating hunger in the community. Collaborating with 80+ partner agencies, the organization actively receives, processes, and distributes donated and surplus food to address the nutritional needs of children, seniors, and families in the county. Contributions come from grocery stores, local food drives, and wholesalers. Affiliated with the Houston Food Bank, the Montgomery County Food Bank is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, a member of Feeding Texas, and a distribution partner for Feeding America. For more information

Volunteers Packing Food

Meals on Wheels

Established in 1973 as the Friendship Center, our organization evolved to meet changing needs and is now Meals on Wheels Montgomery County. From a Conroe-based grassroots initiative, we've expanded to deliver almost 300,000 meals and offer 15,000 rides annually to local seniors and the disabled. With a growing Waitlist, MOWMC has a proven record of nourishing seniors. Supported by numerous volunteers, donors, and businesses, we strive to serve more seniors and address the needs of our vulnerable neighbors. 

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Casa Child Advocates of Montgomery County 

CASA volunteers, ranging from teachers to retirees, dedicate themselves to positively impacting children navigating the complexities of the foster care system. Appointed by judges, they focus on guiding individual children or sibling groups and their families. Through thorough research and communication with involved parties, including family members, teachers, and healthcare professionals, CASA volunteers monitor progress and advocate for the child's present and future needs in various settings. Serving on one case at a time allows them to provide sustained, personal attention, making a significant difference in each child's life. Join our volunteer family and make a meaningful impact.

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Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County, Texas

Since 1989, our mission at Habitat MCTX is clear: to foster self-reliance, stability, and strength in communities through affordable housing. We rely on the dedication of volunteers' loving hands to construct not just homes but resilient communities. Believing in the right of everyone to a decent home, we partner globally, enlist volunteers, and provide affordable mortgages, empowering homeowners toward a better life. As an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, we are entirely self-funded, relying wholly on the steadfast support of the local community. Interested in aiding families in constructing a brighter future?

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Construction Site

The Community Assistance Center 

The Community Assistance Center fosters strong connections with clients and families by conducting personalized assessments during times of instability.  Serving Montgomery County since 1981, we're a nonprofit 501(c)(3) social services organization providing basic needs services and long-term case management. Relying on community partnerships, we support individuals and families facing financial hardships, offering essential assistance programs for happier, healthier lives during challenging times.

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Interfaith of The Woodlands

Interfaith of The Woodlands, conceived by Mr. George P. Mitchell, the original developer of The Woodlands, has evolved into a vital nonprofit social service agency. Focused on Mr. Mitchell's vision, Interfaith consistently makes a difference by providing diverse programs and services to meet the needs of The Woodlands and its surroundings. Functioning as a community resource, it offers financial assistance, emergency shelter, counseling, job training, childcare, and more, fostering a more compassionate community through collaboration with congregations, businesses, and individuals.

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Packing Food in Boxes

List Your Volunteer Opportunity 

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