Note: The physical and mailing address for Impact Houston Church of Christ is: 1704 Weber, Houston, TX 77007.
The contact e-address for volunteering and donating at Impact Houston Church of Christ is: email@example.com
This is an inner city minister for low income children, families and homeless - find on facebook
or website: ImpactHoustonChurchofChrist)
The church campus at 1704 Weber (I-10 @ Taylor, near downtown) will be open Monday – Thursday 9am to 5pm to help with food, clothing, supplies, FEMA applications, food stamp applications, free notary services, free counseling and other referral services.
Warehouse – drop off donations and volunteer to unload incoming truckloads of good
Distribution Center – volunteer to help assemble various packages to be distributed
Education Building - Relief Center for various services.
Posted on Facebook Tuesday afternoon by Ron Sellers: Having served 400+ families in two days and 1500+ since the day the storm ended, we are in need of supplies and volunteers! Every morning we are greeted with a line of people in need in front of our Relief Center; and we will continue to be in need of volunteers tomorrow and Thursday from 9-5. In addition, we are finally able to identify some supplies we are beginning to be in need of: pillows, towels, sheets, light blankets, disinfecting wipes, disinfectant spray, 2-in-1 Shampoo/Conditioner, Size 6 diapers and pull-ups, deodorant, rice and beans in 2-lb bags, canned meat and vegetables, 15-oz peanut butter, particulate respirator masks, and nitrile-coated work gloves. We have begun an Amazon wish list if you wish to use it - http://a.co/eiE4Ag7 Thank you for your partnership and pray for the people of Houston!
Praising our great and powerful God and celebrating all the good that will come out of this time of need.
Ray and Nancy Habermacher, 832 451 8288
From Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort, Inc. (CCDRE) Facebook page:
Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Inc.
Today, at our warehouse, about 300 volunteers showed up at 10am, to pack another 1,500 family food boxes, so we can include them with other supplies, and send another 5 semi trailers to SE Texas. 2 truckloads of supplies left our Nashville Warehouse today. The first left a little after noon for the Highland Heights Church of Christ in Houston, and the second trailer left about 3pm for Westgate Church of Christ in Beaumont, TX.
Most of these 53' trailer loads full of new, pre-packed basic needs for all, are being completely handed out in 4-6 hours, and they're wanting more. With 14 shipments made, we have requests for another 20, and many areas are still under water.
We appreciate your prayers and financial support as we continue to help those in Texas, and pray that Irma will head back out to sea, but: "Thy Will Be Done"