Nourishing Our Community Since 1990

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.

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Hold a Food Drive

We rely upon food donations from the community. Consider organizing a food drive with your neighborhood, church, office or civic group. WHO  will receive the food your group collects? The East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry Food Pantry serves all...
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11th Annual Fort Bend Empty Bowls

Join us at the 11th Annual Fort Bend Empty Bowls!

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.

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Current Needs and Holiday Food Needs

Current Food Pantry Needs and Holiday Food Needs

Food Items
Canned Soup (great need)
Pie filling 20-21oz
Canned Pumpkin 29 oz (great need) Canned Yams – 29oz & 40oz (great need) Stuffing
Mashed Potatoes
Canned Milk
Cranberry Sauce
Pie Crust (MUST be boxed)
Granola Bars
Instant Oatmeal
Canned Tomatoes
Macaroni & Cheese

Non-Food Items
Bars of Soap Toilet Paper
Toothpaste Toothbrushes (individually wrapped)

Kid Sacks
We gladly take donations of “kid centered” food items to fill our Kid Sacks!

The above items are our current greatest need to serve our clients. The oversized cans (at Sam’s/Costco) are too large for our purpose; Please donate the smaller 14.5 and/or 29 oz sizes

We gladly accept and appreciate ALL food donations!!

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