AniMeals on Wheels, a program of Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, was founded so that homebound clients would not feel compelled to share their limited food and resources with their four-legged friends.
The Community Cloth, a program of Alliance for Multicultural Community Services, is a microenterprise initiative empowering refugee women in Houston. It targets economic, educational and social goals through the provision of seed grants, training, and peer support, and by expanding market opportunities for refugee women artisans. The majority of women involved in the Community Cloth are mothers and widows, who left lives of illiteracy and poverty for a new beginning in the U.S.
The Montrose Center empowers our community, primarily lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals and their families, to enjoy healthier and more fulfilling lives. Donations can be delivered to the 2nd floor reception area during regular business hours, M-F 8am to 7pm.
For the last two years, Houston Chef Chris Shepherd and his friends have hosted a huge event to raise money for those living with multiple sclerosis. This year, Southern Smoke—in partnership with Legacy Community Health—switched gears to support those in the culinary and beverage community affected by the hurricane.