SouperBowl

The 2015 Souper Bowl of Caring kicks off on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 and runs through February 4, 2015.  Souper Bowl Food Drives will be sponsored by numerous churches, organizations, and businesses throughout Houston.  Your support of these event benefits the Houston Food Bank and all of its partner agencies.  Donations at the following retailers directly supports West Houston Assistance Ministries:

  • Kroger at Eldridge and Briar Forest
  • Kroger at Dairy Ashford and Briar Forest
  • Kroger at Westheimer and Elmside
  • Randalls at Westheimer and Gessner
  • HEB at Westheimer and Kirkwood

THANK YOU!!!

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ATTENTION TRAVELERS (AND FRIENDS OF TRAVELERS)

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West Houston Assistance Ministries serves approximately 100 homeless clients each week who are in need of personal hygiene items as well as food.  If you are a frequent traveler, please save the unopened items provided by the hotels and donate them to WHAM.  Would you consider organizing a “toiletry drive” at your church, school, organization or place of business?  Contact Robin Stilwell at 713.795.2880 or robin.stilwell@whamministries.org.  Thank you!

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West Houston Assistance Ministries Warm Clothing Drive starts January

A lot of less fortunate and homeless have very little clothing to keep them warm in January’s cold weather.   We are in need for the month of January – Socks, Blankets, Gloves, Knit Hats, Fleece Blankets, Jackets, Coats, Sweaters (These can be gently used in good condition or new clothing.)

Please direct your donation to Client Services – Cindy Orman (c.orman@whamministries.org)  713 780 2727, ext. 201 or 713 568 6322

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Shred Day 2015

 Click here for more information

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helpStart 2015 Off with helping Others
Give your time:

Volunteer – -

“Research shows that people who volunteer report lower mortality rates, lower rates of depression, fewer physical limitations and lower levels of stress than those who don’t volunteer.  The health benefits are huge.”

Your time and talents are a great resource in helping us provide for those in need.  We seek people to help us in our store, Second Blessing, our food pantry, care ministry, employment services and in administration.

Contact Ella Clark, Volunteer Coordinator at e.clark@whamministries.org or 713 343 0428.

Check our website www.whamministries.org

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 Support West Houston Assistance Ministries

7% of each restricted contribution helps support the organization’s overall mission.

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