East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry has been closely monitoring the evolving spread of the Coronavirus situation. During this difficult time, many of our clients need us now, more than ever.
That is why EFBHNM has made the decision to keep our doors open while providing our most essential services. We will continue to serve the community to the best of our ability while modifying our services for prevention and safety.
EFBHNM is open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10am-12pm. Please bring an ID and proof of address so we can ensure you are in our area. We also ask you wear mask when entering our facility.
Tri-City Churches Resale Shop is open with new hours! Tuesday – Friday from 10am – 4pm.
Please consider donating financially to EFBHNM. With the postponement of Fort Bend Empty Bowls, our biggest fundraiser of the year, we are in need of financial contributions.
EFBHNM will continue to update you as the things change. We will continue to operate in disaster mode until further notice. Together, we will meet the needs of the families we serve. Our staff, volunteers, and clients will be in the forefront of all the decisions we make.
Please follow us on social media and our website for updates.
We unite with others in our community who believe that loving our neighbors and serving those in need is an essential expression of one’s love for, and desire to serve the Living God.
Guests of the event will be served a delicious meal of soup and bread in recognition and support of our neighbors who don’t have enough to eat. We will also be serving wonderful appetizers and desserts along with a cash bar. Fort Bend Empty Bowls will feature hand-painted bowls which have been donated by local professional artist, Albert Goldreich and other amateur artists in the area. These bowls will be available for purchase. There will also be bowl, silent and live auctions,a Wine Pull and Whiskey Pull! The Honorable James Patterson is serving as the event auctioneer.