"This move to the new building is built upon five plus years of commitment to a vision that calls for CCSC to serve more and serve better,” Executive Director Michelle Shonbeck said. “In the new building, we look forward to rededicating ourselves to our mission of serving the poor, hungry, disabled and otherwise needy while respecting their religious, ethnic or cultural differences.”
During the move, administration offices and programs will be suspended Sept. 28-Oct. 5. The emergency services program at the Gethsemane Campus of St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 6856 Bellaire Blvd., Houston, will remain open.
The building will offer expanded spaces for CCSC's programming, including its food bank, employment and vocational training initiatives.
The nonprofit's $14.2 million capital campaign for the building is $1.1 million shy of its goal, according to the news release.
The new address for the J. Dean Robinson Building on the W.T. & Louise J. Moran Campus is 3434 Branard St., Houston.