Generation Park hosts food drive for Lake Houston-area families

Families who would like access to fresh produce and milk can visit Redemption Square in the Generation Park development Aug. 1 and Aug. 15. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Families who would like access to fresh produce and milk can visit Redemption Square in the Generation Park development Aug. 1 and Aug. 15. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Families who would like access to fresh produce and milk can visit Redemption Square in the Generation Park development Aug. 1 and Aug. 15. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Families who would like access to fresh produce and milk can visit Redemption Square in the Generation Park development Aug. 1 and Aug. 15.

Generation Park partnered with nonprofit Diaz Music Institute to offer about 1,500 boxes over the two days, according to a news release from Integrate, the public relations company for Generation Park. The nonprofit creates opportunities through music education for all children.


The food distribution event takes place at behind Redemption Square at 255 Assay St., Houston, beginning at 8 a.m. Each day, roughly 750 vehicles will be served. Vehicles can enter Subsea Lane and travel north to West Lake Houston Parkway.

Additionally, those interested in volunteering for the Aug. 15 event can visit this link.
By Kelly Schafler

Managing editor, South Houston

Kelly joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in June 2017 after majoring in print journalism and creative writing at the University of Houston. In March 2019, she transitioned to editor for the Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood edition and began covering the Spring and Klein area as well in August 2020. In June 2021, Kelly was promoted to South Houston managing editor.



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