ROUNDUP: 3 nonprofits relocating in the Cy-Fair area

Cy-Fair Helping Hands opens its food pantry several days a week for individuals and families in need. (Courtesy Cy-Fair Helping Hands)
Cy-Fair Helping Hands opens its food pantry several days a week for individuals and families in need. (Courtesy Cy-Fair Helping Hands)

Cy-Fair Helping Hands opens its food pantry several days a week for individuals and families in need. (Courtesy Cy-Fair Helping Hands)

Shield Bearer

The nonprofit organization Shield Bearer, which offers professional counseling for individuals, couples, families and children as well as prevention services through parenting workshops, school services and faith-based programs, is moving. The organization could not provide an address or a date for the move, but a spokesperson said the Shield Bearer team is hoping for a December or January moving date. Shield Bearer’s current address is 12340 Jones Road, Ste. 290, Houston. 281-894-7222.
www.shieldbearer.org

Cy-Fair Helping Hands

Cy-Fair Helping Hands is moving its operations to a new location at 9606 Kirkton Drive, Houston. The organization serves homeless adults, families and Cy-Fair ISD students. Cy-Fair Helping Hands’ Homeless Initiatives program will move to the new location at the beginning of November, while its Community Outreach program will move in early 2022. Cy-Fair Helping Hands’ current address is 7520 Cherry Park Drive, Ste. B, Houston. 281-858-1222.
www.cyfairhelpinghands.org

Cypress Assistance Ministries



Cypress Assistance Ministries is relocating to a new facility at 12930 Cypress N. Houston Road, Cypress, in early November. The organization helps families and individuals experiencing financial crises. Cypress Assistance Ministries’ current location is 11202 Huffmeister Road, Houston. 281-955-7684. www.cypressassistance.org

By Jishnu Nair

Reporter, North Houston Metro

Jishnu joined Community Impact Newspaper as a metro reporter in July 2021. Previously, he worked as a digital producer for a television station in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and studied at Syracuse University's Newhouse School. Originally from New Jersey, Jishnu covers the North Houston metro area, including Tomball, Magnolia, Conroe and Montgomery, as well as the Woodlands and Lake Houston areas.



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