Katy Food Pantries, Soup Kitchens & Food Banks

Below are all of the Emergency Food Programs provided through Food Pantries and Soup Kitchens in Katy, Texas and surrounding cities that I have located.

* Note: If you are searching for Katy Food Banks - Food banks are distribution hubs. They supply the food to the Soup Kitchens, Food Pantries, Shelters etc. They in turn provide that food to the individuals that need it. Food Banks do not directly serve individuals in need.

Active Listings In Katy Texas

Katy Elks Lodge Food Pantry

Katy, TX 77493
Food Pantry Call 281-391-2763 for assistance

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God's Storehouse

Cypress, TX 77429
15.25 miles from city center Katy
God's Store House is opens October 14,2014, every Tuesday 6 pm-8 pm. Serving zips 77433 and west of Skinner of 77429 with non-perishable goods

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Cypress Assistance Ministries (CAM)

Cypress, TX 77065
15.39 miles from city center Katy
CAM, a not for profit 501(C3) organization, relies on donations of many kinds from the community. Without the support of the community, we could not provide the wide array of services that we do to area families. Your donations are crucial to the ministry and are very much appreciated. Food

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Lunches of Love

Rosenberg, TX 77471
16.29 miles from city center Katy
We provide a free sack lunch during extended school holidays (christmas break, spring break and summer) and weekends.

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House Of Amos, Inc.

Houston, TX 77072
16.44 miles from city center Katy
On July 1, 1996, The House Of Amos Opened Its Doors With The Mission To Serve All God'S People Unconditionally By Offering Assistance To The Poor, The Homeless, The Ill And The Oppressed By Providing Food, Goods And Services. The Objectives Of The House Of Amos Are To: Assist Individuals And Familie

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Warm Pantry

Waller, TX 77484
19.11 miles from city center Katy
(936) 372-3025

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East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry

Stafford, TX 77497
19.98 miles from city center Katy
(281) 261-1006
East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry serves people who physically reside in East Fort Bend County within the following zip codes: 77053, 77083, 77085, 77099, 77459, 77477, 77478, 77479, 77489, 77545, 77583. Bring your photo ID and proof of your residence - When you come to East Fort Bend Human Nee

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Paws Houston

Houston, TX 77056
21.68 miles from city center Katy

Paws Houston Is A Non-Profit Organization That Serves The Needs Of Low-Income Pet Owners Who Are Living With Terminal Illness. Paws Offers Comprehensive Services Designed To Enable Our Clients To Keep Their Animal Companions. Services Include An Animal Food Bank, Subsidized Veterinary Care, Voluntee

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Big Charities Sale Dba Houston Charity Center

Houston, TX 77035
22.06 miles from city center Katy

The Houston Charity Center Provides Immediate Help To Families Suffering From Temporary Crisis Situations. Many Of The Families Served Do Not Qualify For Government Sponsored Programs Due To The Acute Nature Of Their Needs.

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Great Ward Chapel Food Pantry

Houston, TX 77091
24.29 miles from city center Katy
(832) 623-6685

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