Montgomery County Food Bank’s outreach to people facing hunger is fueled by generous support from many friends -- and an army of dedicated volunteers.
Cypress-Woodlands Junior Forum (CWJF) began partnering with the Food Bank a year and a half ago and has provided a steady stream of committed volunteers ever since.
The mission of CWJF is to “make a difference in the lives of children, families and the elderly through heartfelt service.” By providing volunteer services, leadership, and philanthropy to the Food Bank, they are indeed fulfilling that mission!
More than 60 individual volunteers have contributed about 1,400 hours of selfless service, and many of CWJF’s members have become “Hope Harvesters” by serving at least 50 hours!
Heartfelt thanks to Betsy Meyer, Chris Paulsen, Kathy Pepper (MCFB Board Member) and everyone affiliated with CWJF for their willingness to fulfill any need, complete any task, and to do it with lots
of laughter. It is a privilege to serve alongside you in the fight against hunger!
ABOUT MONTGOMERY COUNTY FOOD BANK
Montgomery County Food Bank is a nonprofit hunger relief organization dedicated to uniting the community to fight hunger. Montgomery County Food Bank provides meals to families, seniors and children who lack access to wholesome nourishing food through a network of 80+ partner agencies, local school districts and community partners. Through partnerships with local retailers and wholesalers, Montgomery County Food Bank receives and purposefully distributes donated and surplus food. True to its mission, Montgomery County Food Bank works alongside volunteers, corporate and community partners, and nonprofit agencies to build a community where everyone has access to sufficient, nutritious food.
Montgomery County Food Bank is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, partner of Houston Food Bank, member of Feeding Texas and distribution partner of Feeding America.