Katy Christian Ministries Urgent Needs

Katy Christian Ministries has alerted CompassionKaty.org to the following urgent needs: Shampoo Canned fruit (small to mid-size) Dry laundry detergent (120 loads+ size) Sugar Vegetable oil Mixed canned vegetables (potatoes, carrots, spinach, broccoli, squash, sweet potatoes) Please no green beans and corn. Boxed cereal (12.5 – 14 oz sizes) Gift cards and monetary donations for… Continue reading Katy Christian Ministries Urgent Needs

Volunteers needed for the 6th Annual YMCA Turkey Dash

  Not interested in running on Thanksgiving morning, but looking for a way to make a significant difference in the lives of others? We need lots of volunteers to make the Turkey Dash a great event! All proceeds from the Turkey Dash will benefit the YMCA Partners Campaign. This annual fundraiser makes it possible to… Continue reading Volunteers needed for the 6th Annual YMCA Turkey Dash

Bake Sale

After Hurricane Ike left his calling card, Carol Schwartz decided to send a different calling card. Carol is a Katy resident, local mom, and small business owner. Not knowing what else to do, she decided to do a bake sale. She baked for days and with the help of her children, Crystal and Jarret, they… Continue reading Bake Sale

Ike The Aftermath, How You Made A Difference

In the weeks after Hurricane Ike came through and devastated Galveston Island and the surrounding communities, Erin Cox, a Katy resident and member of Grace Fellowship went to Galveston to check on her sister and family who lived on the island. She was heartbroken when she saw the total devastation with her own eyes, she… Continue reading Ike The Aftermath, How You Made A Difference

CompassionKaty.org and C.O.R.E. Team Up in Clear Lake

Photos have been posted of one of the house clean-up projects the team has been working on. The need is tremendous. As of Oct. 03, 2008 the C.O.R.E. house count for immediate help has gone from 70 to 80. We are looking for volunteers on Saturdays. No children under 18 please. This is not easy… Continue reading CompassionKaty.org and C.O.R.E. Team Up in Clear Lake

Ike: The Aftermath, How Can You Help?

Galveston is in need of gently used or new… Clothing, Towels, and Books to Restore School Libraries We will also be accepting gift cards and monitary donations. Please bring donations to the following drop off locations. Cornerstone Church 1351 S. Mason Rd Monday, October 13th 9:30 AM to 12:00 Noon The Fellowship at Cinco Ranch… Continue reading Ike: The Aftermath, How Can You Help?

CompassionKaty.org and Hurricane Ike Recovery

Compassion Katy exists to serve the body of Christ as a portal for the mobilization of the Church into the city, to become an indispensable blessing by demonstrating God’s love, justice, mercy, and blessing to those who are in need throughout the greater Katy area. With the recent needs arising out of the aftermath of… Continue reading CompassionKaty.org and Hurricane Ike Recovery

Storm Debris Disposal in Katy

We know that many of you are waiting for the county to come pick up the storm debris. They have informed us that they will be coming around our area and some places here in Cinco are starting to get debris picked up. There are trucks out with wood chippers along some of the boulevards… Continue reading Storm Debris Disposal in Katy

Ike Assist.**IMMEDIATE HELP NEED**

Compassion Katy is organizing a volunteer team to join this relief effort this October 11th and October 18th Please contact CompassionKaty.org to sign up. Participation may be for the entire three days, or any scheduled full day. We plan to leave from our church at 6 AM on Wednesday for Day #1. Overview: The churches… Continue reading Ike Assist.**IMMEDIATE HELP NEED**

Krause Children’s Center and Hurricane Ike

Hello Wonderful Volunteers, Mentors and Caring Community! We care about you- I hope all of you are well and your families are safe from Hurricane “Ike.” We are very concerned and hope if any of you have sustained loss or damage that you will let me know how you are doing. In these times we… Continue reading Krause Children’s Center and Hurricane Ike