Our resale store is open to everyone in the community and every purchase directly benefits the services we are able to provide. Through the generosity of our neighbors donations, we can offer gently worn clothing, furniture, books, artwork and housewares for sale.

We accept donations during regular business hours. Families can drive to the south side of our storefront and an attendant will come to collect your donations.You will recieve a receipt for your tax deducation. We are open to the public M-F 10am-6pm and Sat. 9am-5pm.



WHAM offers GED, ESL, cooking classes and workshops to prepare individuals to get into the workforce. Those individuals that are seeking employment can take advantage of job readiness through our resource center and resume workshops, career clothing and transportation assistance, and free cell phone referrals.



Families often seek help when they have reached the point of crisis and have nowhere else to turn. WHAM is here to care for neighbors and make sure they can get the support needed to maintain shelter and food. Families can receive rental and utilities funding, clothing vouchers and eye glass exams, and holiday gifts.

Persons seeking financial assistance must make an appointment. Call 713-977-9942 to schedule your appointment M-F 10am-1pm.



At WHAM no one leaves hungry. The pantry has ample space for families to make healthy food choices for their family. Families do not receive pre selected boxes filled with generic food items. Out families have a shopping experience where they can select fresh produce, breads, frozen and prepared food.

Each month we provide 25 boxes of fresh produce to over 100 senior host food drives open to the entire community. We welcome any non-perishable food items and can be dropped off during our regular business hours.

No appointments are needed to receive our food pantry products. M-Sat. 10am-1pm



WHAM has always relied heavily on volunteer to fulfill the mission since our inception. We have on average 300 volunteers to serve children, families, and homeless individuals. Our volunteer opportunities come in several forms. We have groups that come to our campus to work on special projects. Companies, churches and troops choose WHAM as their community services projects. Retirees and non working volunteers commit to regular shifts as receptionist and interviews. Others get school or court required hours volunteering in our food pantry or resale store.