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November
2017
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Give Thanks by Giving Back

Give Thanks by Giving Back

Give more than thanks on Turkey Day, give back to your community. Many families do not have the means to enjoy the holidays without donations of food, money and time. Fortunately, there are several local organizations ready to help you help others. Here are some of our favorites:

East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry
Ongoing
435 Stafford Run 
Stafford, Texas 77477
281-261-1006 

The East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry needs donations for their Holiday Food Basket Program. Baskets are distributed during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays and offer everything needed to cook a traditional holiday meal, including a turkey. Current needs include stuffing mix, pie filling, sugar, flour, evaporated milk, sweet potatoes, chicken broth, green beans or corn, chicken and turkey gravy, canned pumpkin, cake mix and frosting, boxed pie crust, instant mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce. If you are interested in volunteering your time, please contact the Ministry to see what their current needs are.

The Holiday Project's Thanksgiving Day Visit
10 a.m. to noon, Wednesday Nov. 23
The Medical Resort at Sugar Land,
1803 Westcott Dr.,
Sugar Land, Texas 77479

Brighten someone’s holiday by passing out handmade Thanksgiving cards and visiting with residents and rehab patients. Thanksgiving cards will be given to you when you arrive. All ages can participate, but children must be accompanied by an adult. If you have questions, please contact Donna Martin at: theholidayprojecthouston@yahoo.com

2017 Sugar Land Turkey Trot
7:30 a.m. Thursday, November 24 
Finish Line Sports
13895 Southwest Fwy.
Sugar Land, TX 77478
281-242-7700

Looking for a way to give back and work up your holiday appetite? Look no further than Sugar Land’s annual Turkey Trot. Sponsored by Finish Line Sports, the original greater Houston-area Thanksgiving race and fun run benefits 12 great causes including the East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry (please remember to bring canned goods to donate).

The race gets underway with the Sean Scroggins Kids’ mile followed by a 5-mile race and a 2.8-mile Family Fun Walk & Jog. Thanksgiving costumes are encouraged. During the race there will be live music by Little Terry and The Blues Birds, refreshments, prizes and a Kids’ Area. 

Calvary Episcopal Church Thanksgiving Dinner
10:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 24
806 Thompson Road 
Richmond, Texas 77469 
281-342-2147 
Calvary Episcopal Church provides a Thanksgiving Dinner to those in Richmond/ Rosenberg who would not otherwise have one. Calvary delivers over 900 dinners throughout Fort Bend County. You can help by baking pies, helping to prepare food or helping to deliver the feast on Thanksgiving Day. 

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