FOOD FAIR AT ST. MARTHA’S
4301 Woodridge Pkwy.
November 16, 2016
11 A.M.—1 P.M.
Please note: Volunteers are needed to help with this event.
Call Alejandra at 832-860-4860 for more information.
(Humble Area Assistance Ministries)
HAAM started in 1989 by a coalition of 25 religious and community organizations that were concerned about the overwhelming number of needy people seeking help from church food pantries in the Humble area. Their mission is to provide food and social services to the homeless, hungry and to others who don’t have the means to satisfy their basic human needs. The food pantry opened in February 1990; today, more than 3,000 people are served each month.
HAAM is a non-profit organization, with 13 paid part-time employees, and over 1,000 volunteers annually that give 33,000 hours of their time. It is governed by a board of trustees composed of two representatives from each of the 25 member churches and organizations, including St. Martha.
HAAM has a variety of services for the needy including:
Servicing about 175 familes a week in educational programs
Volunteers are always needed, especially bilingual. Volunteers are needed in the Resale Shop, the Food Pantry, and Social Services as counselors, daily receptionists, computer help, tutors and help with office work.
HAAM is located at 1302 First St, Humble. If you would like to donate items or give of your time you can call them at 281-446-3663.