When we see the pictures and videos of the damaging floods caused by Hurricane Harvey, we are prone think of the homes and businesses lost and how we can help clean up after the water is cleared, but there is an immediate need the people of Houston need met. They are starving and need our help.
Connection Point Church is holding a one-day emergency food collection tomorrow, Wednesday, August 30, from 7:00am-8:30pm at the Raytown Campus inside the main entrance under the steeple. A member of the Connection Point family will deliver the supplies to a shelter in her community when she returns home to Houston on Thursday.
- Bottled Water
- Infant Supplies – formula, baby wipes, diapers, baby food
- Food – pre-packaged, easily opened, and no preparation or refrigeration needed items. Examples: granola bars, nuts, crackers, peanut butter, canned fruit, pork & beans, pepperoni, summer sausage, etc.
- Clorox Wipes
- Hygiene Items – including hand sanitizer and lip balm
- Over-the-Counter Medication
- Storage – plastic tubs, Ziploc bags, trash bags
- Paper Goods
- Can Openers
- Box Truck
- Money – monetary donations will go toward renting a box truck if one is not donated and to purchase additional items to be donated
- NO CLOTHES needed at this time
Our Connection Point family in Houston will reassess the situation in a few days to let us know how else we can help the people of Houston during this difficult time. For more information about the Wednesday collection, contact Carmen Kraus at 816-877-2262 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Connection Point Church Raytown Campus is located at 10500 E 350 Highway in Raytown.