How to help: 9 places to donate supplies in Montgomery County for those affected by Hurricane Harvey

The following places in Montgomery County are accepting donations for people who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey:

1. Big Sky Barn
13576 Forest Lane, Montgomery
832-365-7711
www.bigskybarn.com
The Montgomery County Food Bank will be accepting donations of the following items at Big Sky Barn to deliver to those in need:
• Bottled water
• First aid kits
• Trash bags
• Rubber gloves
• Face particle/dusk masks
• Personal care items (toiletries)
• Canned meats/proteins
• Canned rice and/or beans
• Canned fruit
• Canned vegetables
• Canned soups, stews and/or chili
• Dry cereal
• Easy to open snacks
• Powdered milk
• Baby formula
• Boxes and/or bins
• Packing tape

2. Crisis Assistance Center
1022 McCall Ave., Conroe
936-539-1096
www.cac-mctx.org
Items needed:
• Baby food
• Baby formula
• Diapers
• New undergarments
• Hygiene products
• Water
• Squeeze pouch fruit and vegetables
• Easy-open canned fruit and vegetables
• Pasta and convenience meals
• Granola bars
• Toilet paper
• Paper towels
• Mops
• Brooms
• Garbage bags
• Towels
• Blankets

3. Grace Crossing Church
105 FM 1488 Road, Conroe
936-442-5700
www.gracecrossing.church
Accepting donations to distribute to those in need. To view the entire list of needed supplies, click here.
• Bottled water
• Non-perishable food items
• Baby items
• Hygiene items
• Cleaning supplies
• Paper Goods
• New socks
• Undergarments
• Shoes/flip flops
• Home repair items

4. Interfaith of The Woodlands
4242 Interfaith Way, The Woodlands
281-367-1230
www.woodlandsinterfaith.org
Accepting donations from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. to deliver to local shelters.
• Baby food
• Baby formula
• Diapers
• New undergarments
• Hygiene products
• Water
• Squeeze pouch fruit and vegetables
• Easy open canned fruit and vegetables
• Pasta and convenience meals
• Granola bars
• Toilet paper
• Paper towels
• Mops
• Brooms
• Garbage bags
• Towels
• Blankets

5. Landry’s Seafood House (Aug. 31 only)
1212 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands
281-362-9696
www.landrysseafood.com
Conroe ISD board president Melanie Bush will be hosting a food and clothing drive Aug. 31 from 5-8 p.m. in the parking lot, for the following items:
• Non-perishable food items
• New underwear for children and adults
• New socks for children and adults
• New shoes for children and adults

6. Shenandoah Public Works Building
29955 I-45 S., Shenandoah
281-298-5522
www.shenandoahtx.us
Accepting donations of the following supplies at the Public Works building from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 30-Sept.1:
• Bottled water, Gatorade and/or Powerade
• Non-perishable food items
• Baby items
• Personal care items
• New underwear for children and adults
• New socks for children and adults
• Cleaning supplies
• Mosquito spray
• First aid kits
• Ziploc bags (quart and gallon size)
• Paper plates and plastic wear
• Paper towels
To sign up as a volunteer, click here.

7. St. Anthony of Padua
7801 Bay Branch Drive, The Woodlands
281-419-8700
www.staoptw.org
Accepting donations at the St. Teresa Center to deliver to local shelters:

• Baby food
• Baby formula
• Diapers
• New undergarments
• Hygiene products
• Water
• Squeeze pouch fruit and vegetables
• Easy open canned fruit and vegetables
• Pasta and convenience meals
• Granola bars
• Toilet paper
• Paper towels
• Mops
• Brooms
• Garbage bags
• Towels
• Blankets

8. The Woodlands United Methodist Church
2200 Lake Woodlands Drive, The Woodlands
281-297-5900
www.thewoodlandsumc.org
Accepting donations to deliver to area shelters from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Bring items to the main entrance:
• Toiletries
• Pillows
• Light blankets
• New shoes
• New socks
• Baby food & baby formula
• New underwear
• Contractor trash bags
• Single serving snack foods
• Towels
• Cleaning supplies
• Gift cards to Wal-Mart, HEB, Target, etc.
• Sign-up to serve: https://goo.gl/gJX1wh

9. The Dance Vault
28519 Sweetgum Road, Ste. B, Magnolia
281-942-0008.
www.thedancevault.net
The Dance Vault is opening its studio for all dancers who either lost their dance home due to flooding or want to take a class. The studio will reopen for regularly scheduled classes Aug. 31, and all classes will be open to the public at no cost Aug. 31-Sept. 1. The Dance Vault is also accepting any donations for hurricane and flood relief foundations as well as gift carts to the following locations:
• Home Depot
• Lowes
• Ace Hardware
By Beth Marshall
Born and raised in Montgomery County, Beth Marshall graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in communication and a minor in business. Originally hired as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in 2016, she became editor of the Sugar Land/Missouri City edition in October 2017.


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