We are so thankful for this group of neighbors that put together compassion bags for our homeless clients!

It takes a lot to keep the engine moving at Cy-fair Helping Hands!  Your Scout troops, work groups, sports teams, Bible study groups, NCL chapters, sororities, civic organizations, and other teams can help give back to the community in a meaningful way.

Compassion Bags

CFHH’s outreach teams go out weekly to various areas in Cy-Fair to make contact and build relationships with homeless people on our streets. During these visits we distribute Compassion Bags contain non-perishable food items that are easily opened and can be eaten with no cooking required. We give our about 100 of these bags each week. Purchasing the contents and putting together Compassion Bags is a great group project!

If you are interested in participating in our Compassion Bags program, click here to sign up.

Sack Lunches

A homemade lunch is such a special treat for our homeless guests and we welcome sack lunches for them!  This is a service project that works well for small groups:  church youth groups, homeschoolers, scout troops, senior clubs, etc.

Packed in paper lunch bags:
Sandwich – dry turkey & cheese, ham & cheese, chicken & cheese
2 packets of mayo and 2 packets of mustard
1 Bag of chips
1 piece of Fresh fruit – soft fruits such as oranges, bananas,  peaches (no apples)
1 Juice box/pouch or Shelf Milk (no water)
1 Individually wrapped Soft dessert – soft cookies (homemade  would be great!)
1 Napkin

Click  here to sign up.

Food Drives

Food and toiletry drives help to fill our pantry and supply shelves. We encourage community businesses, churches, and school partnerships; consider donating one specific item for the pantry each month for the year! Food drives are great projects for groups but individuals have been very successful in having food drives within their neighborhood or organization. For more info, email phudson@cyfairhelpinghands.org

Hot Meals for the Homeless Day Center

On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, the homeless are invited to our Day Center as a place of respite from the stressors of homelessness.  Each person may shower, get a free health check, apply for housing, enjoy some much-needed fellowship, worship, and eat a hot meal. If you can help by preparing lunch for 12 – 15 people please click here