Hope for the Hungry - The Woodlands UMC Community-Wide Food Drive

By: Kenda McVeigh
| Published 10/08/2020


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Providing hope for the hungry is the goal of The Woodlands United Methodist Church community-wide food drive. The coronavirus has created a time of great need in our community. With job losses, school closures and financial strain on families, the food pantries across the area have become more vital than ever before. Many of these pantries need to be replenished.

You can help! The church will be accepting food donations at both The Woodlands and Woodforest campuses on two Saturdays, October 17 and October 24 from 9:00 – noon. The Woodlands Campus donations will go to the Interfaith food pantry and the Woodforest Campus donations will go to the Angel Reach food pantry.

Below you can find a list of the food items needed by each organization. If you are unable to shop for these items, donations can be given online at Please type “food drive” in the comment section. Thank you for your generous help.

Interfaith Food Pantry List

Drop-Off at The Woodlands Campus

2200 Lake Woodlands Dr.

The Woodlands, Texas 77381
Canned Tuna

Canned Chicken

Canned Vegetables

Canned Pastas

Canned Soup

Pasta Sauce

Helper Meals

Ramen Noodles

Mac & Cheese




Peanut Butter


Baking Mixes


Powdered Milk

Goldfish Crackers


Granola Bars

Fruit Gummies

Angel Reach Food Pantry List

Drop-Off at Woodforest Campus

700 Fish Creek Thoroughfare

Montgomery, Texas 77316

Mac & cheese

Spaghetti sauce


Fruit snacks


Refried beans

Saltine crackers

Toilet Paper

The Woodlands United Methodist Church is a 14,000-member congregation located in suburban Houston, Texas. The Woodlands UMC is an evangelical Methodist church offering dynamic Christian programs for all ages, placing special emphasis on discipleship, missions and outreach. The church also runs an accredited preschool and a private elementary school. The Woodlands UMC mission is to “Reach people for Jesus Christ, disciple them in faith, and help those in need.”

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