5401 Fannin Street
Houston, TX 77004 EAC PROGRAMS
Our programs are operated by a dedicated group of volunteers and include:
FOOD PANTRY—Provides groceries to families in need.
Food is purchased from local grocery retailers. In addition, member congregations periodically sponsor food drives, and individuals underwrite the purchase of certain food items. In 2018, 6,168 sacks of groceries distributed by EAC volunteers helped feed 2,575 adults and 1,692 children. The Food Pantry also provides sack lunches to hungry people. In 2018, the EAC distributed 55,789 lunches to hungry men, women, and children. CLOTHING CENTER—Provides clothing items to families in need. In 2018, the EAC distributed clothing to 4,427 adults and 1,716 children. BOOKS AND BACKPACKS—Provides school uniform shirts, backpacks, and grade-appropriate school supplies to approximately 1,047 children at the beginning of each school year. Boots to Work -- Provides brand new steel toed or soft toed boots from the Bellaire red Wing Shoe Store to working individuals. In 2018, 121 boots were distributed to our working clients.
Great things are happening at the EAC! Thank you to ALL who serve our City!
Photos from Emergency Aid Coalition's post
Please support the St. Paul's Choral Scholars! They will be having a concert Sunday to benefit the EAC! You can Stream here http://www.stpaulshouston.org/stream
Have a wonderful and safe Holiday weekend!
The EAC and Clients Love our gracious donors!
Thanks to all who have been supporting the EAC and our clients in need! Update for the week of July 27, 2020
A HUGE Thanks to ALL of our Volunteers and Scavengers for making the Give-away so successful and a special shout out to TAPS Academy!
Thanks to all our Super Scavengers! Here is the Week of June 15th's News and Needs
Thank You EAC Scavengers!
Super Scavenger Hunt for the week of June 1st!
EAC's Latest update on items needed during this COVID Pandemic. Thanks to all who have been donating, it helps so much!
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!
Thanks to our EAC “Super-Scavenger” Family, we now have enough bandanas to distribute to our Sack Lunch clients! The bandanas can be used throughout the year!
We also now have enough paper and plastic bags for our grocery clients!
We still need the following small "Miracles" from our Good People with Kind Hearts:
Raisin or Craisins Mini - Snack Packs
T-Shirts (NEW - L, XL, 2X)
We still have our Amazon wish list, if you are interested in purchasing any of these items. When ordering, please state that it is a GIFT and add your name. We would like to make sure that we thank you properly.
If you would like to help by ordering any of these items, our clients would be most appreciative. Please point your browser to: https://a.co/3b79tEQ
We LOVE our “Scavengers” -- you are GOOD PEOPLE with KIND HEARTS!!
EAC is open for donations (food , T-shirt's & masks only, please) Mon - Fri, 8:30 - 1:00
Please call Marian Bryant at 832-859-1065 If you have questions.
You Are Making a Difference — Thank You!
Jean West Evans
Alert EAC needs your help!
EAC is calling on our "Super-Scavengers"!
EAC Needs Bread Heroes!
Critical shortage of bread and fruit for lunches!
A Big Shout out and Thank you to Quality Life Fitness for hosting our shoe collection over the holidays! They collected over 50 pairs of shoes as well as several big bags of clothing!
This is their 3rd year allowing our shoe collection box in their gym! Thanks so much!
Our very own Vanessa and her family blessed the EAC with warm blankets for our clients. Thank you Vanessa for your gift of time, talent and treasure!#blankets #needy #charity #giving
With the Holidays fast approaching, we have 2 special requests:
1. During this time, Local stores, offer (with purchase) turkeys, either free or at a reduced price. Please think about EAC's families that won't have a turkey for the holidays.
2. From December 16-20 families with children who come for clothing and groceries, are hopeful that we will have Christmas toys available for their children. As you are shopping for your family, please grab a toy or game for a child in need.
We are open for drop off between 9 and 1 on weekdays.
Thank you Regis School
Every year, on the days leading up to Thanksgiving break, our 3rd-8th grade students head out into the greater Houston community to complete social awareness projects supporting those in need. Yesterday, 3rd grade visited the residents of @ [980491402009267:274:Brookdale Memorial Oaks], 7th grade assisted the CCSC - Christian Community Service Center at St. Philip Presbyterian Church by sorting food and presents, and 4th grade packed lunches for the homeless at Emergency Aid Coalition. These trips have a lasting impact on the boys, and they look forward to these opportunities to serve each year! #regisschool #wearesacredheart #goalstrong #goal3inaction
A Big Thank you to the Students of Alexander Smith Academy! The Volunteer Service Club held a food drive to benefit the clients of the EAC! Pictured are:Fletcher Bruce, Sam Rosen (president of the club), Lexie Wise, Dominick Paquette (chair of the drive), Deklan Brown (chair of the chair), Kylie Shepherd, Julie Zhu. and our very own Marian Bryant!
The EAC was blessed today by an incredibly generous project benefiting EAC's Clients by the Sikhs of Houston! They brought 400 Subway Sandwiches and backpacks with toiletries. Notice Priti Singh in the center who is shoeless--- One of our clients who had been ejected from her home in a domestic situation had only flip flops to wear to a job interview. Priti took off her shoes and gave them to the woman
Everything 1/2 off today and tomorrow! Come out 815 Walker Street. #upscaleresaleeac #charity #fundraiser #houston #endpoverty
Upscale resale shop is open! Cone on down to the Eperson Building 815 Walker open all week from 9am -2 #upscaleresaleeac
Upscale resale clothing sale! October 28- November 1
#UpscaleResaleEAC #fundraiser #resaleboutique
Choral Scholars Recital Benefits Emergency Aid Coalition
The St. Paul’s Choral Scholars will present a benefit recital Sunday, November 17, on behalf of the Emergency Aid Coalition (EAC).
In the St. Paul’s United Methodist Church Sanctuary at 4 p.m., the recital will feature soloists singing works ranging from classical liturgical music to contemporary show tunes. A dessert reception will follow.
Admission is free of charge with donations accepted for the EAC.
“Choral Scholars would like to give back to the St. Paul’s community,” said Eddie Quaid, the director of this choir comprised of auditioned high-school vocalists.
“The wonderful idea of presenting the initial recital to benefit the EAC came from three-year Choral Scholar Emily Wolfe, who now is a senior vocal performance major at Baylor University. Her original goal remains for today’s Choral Scholars, which is to present an entertaining program that will help in this worthwhile venture.”
Created in 2005 to give advanced high school singers an opportunity to lead worship services by presenting the finest in sacred choral music, “this choir is unique to our church,” said Quaid. Selected after a rigorous audition process, this year’s choir members represent 11 schools in nine school districts.
The 2013 Choral Scholars were a demonstration choir at the American Choral Directors Association national conference for a presentation by Quaid and Mark Edenfield, then-St. Paul’s Choirmaster/Organist.
Founded in 1983, the EAC is an interfaith organization that collaborates to provide temporary assistance in the form of food, clothing and other basic needs, with an emphasis on serving the working poor. Each year the EAC helps more than 50,000 individuals living on the edge of poverty. Support from member congregations, dedicated volunteers, fundraisers, and other benefactors allows the EAC to continue serving those in need in Houston’s inner city and Midtown neighborhoods.
Located at 5501 Main at Binz/Bissonnet in the Museum District, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church is a cathedral for Houston that embodies its diversity inspires faith and leads change for the common good of all peoples and communities. Free parking is available across Fannin Street from the church, and the Museum District MetroRail stops are within walking distance of the church.
Church Website: www.stpaulshouston.org. Choral Scholars page: www.stpaulshouston.org/choralscholars
Guess what just came in as a donation for our Oktoberfest silent auction?
A priceless Verlander-signed baseball donated by the Verlander Family!!!!
The auction has many more fun items -- you don't want to miss this opportunity to help Houstonians in need! There are still tickets available.
Please visit www.eachouston.org to order your tickets now!
We hope to see you next Saturday, October 5th at Axelrad!
The EAC is in immediate need of Men's Shoes! We also need Women's sneakers, and as always Men's pants... all sizes!
Please share with your friends, families and co-workers!
Thank you as always for your continued support!
MUST See this EAC Video
Feel Good Friday Story!
Fredrick, a past client of the EAC for clothing and food, came in today and asked to speak with the Executive Director. He said he used to come for services in the past when he was "down on his luck", but now has a good job in the medical center and wanted to give back. Fredrick donated $1000 (in cash) of his hard earned money to pay it forward. This is what the EAC is all about! We are blessed to have been able to help someone who then turned around to help so many others in need!
The EAC is currently looking for wire hangers and skirt hangers(with clips) As usual we also need Men's pants and shoes!
Any donations would greatly be appreciated!
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