The center, located at 3575 Pollok Drive, Conroe, has served as a primary location for collection and distribution of donations during and after Hurricane Harvey. After Saturday, the location will be closed to distribution and will only receive bulk donations, according to the county website.
Four community-based donation and distribution centers will start operations at the Crisis Assistance Center in Conroe, The Friends of Conroe, Mission Northeast in New Caney and Interfaith of The Woodlands.
The centers will continue to offer support for residents with basic needs such as food and bottled water, as well as cleaning supplies. The center also distributes donations to community groups and strategic locations near affected neighborhoods.
"We have seen donations come in from all over the country and here locally," said Kristi Leggette, Friends of Conroe board member. "The support has been tremendous you can really feel the sense of community with everybody taking care of their neighbors to make sure we all recover from this."
In addition, the Montgomery County Food Bank will be accepting mass quantity food, personal care items and toiletries at One Food for Life Way, Conroe. Officials advise donors to use the address 1 Prospect Point, Conroe, if navigating to the facility with a GPS.
Monetary donations can be made at any community donation and distribution hub but are also accepted by the Montgomery County Community Foundation at 9320 Lakeside Blvd., Ste. 200, The Woodlands, and the United Way at 1600 Lake Front Circle, Ste. 248, The Woodlands.
Montgomery County Disaster Relief and Distribution Center
Falcon Steel America
3575 Pollok Dr., Conroe
Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (Sept. 8), 9 a.m.-1 p.m. (Sept. 9)