KCM Boutique Mason Road needs your fabulous gently owned women’s designer clothes, handbags, shoes and jewelry!!
Bring your donations to the Boutique inside the KCM Super Store on Mason Road and receive a $5 Boutique coupon and an entry into our $100 KCM Boutique gift card drawing!
Donations accepted today until Saturday. Drawing will be held Saturday, May 4th at 6 pm.
Thanks for blessing Katy Christian Ministries with your generous donations!
Address: 333 1/2 S. Mason Road (next to Fiesta) – Katy, TX 77450 – View Map
On Saturday, May 11, 2013, Campbell Soup Company will team up with Katy, TX area Letter Carriers (NALC) to collect food donations in order to provide assistance to the millions of Americans who are struggling with hunger.
“On any given month the Food Pantry gives out over 35,000 food items to 700 families in the KISD area. The Letter Carrier Food Drive comes at a critical time of the year by supplying items to help sustain the pantry during the summer months, when donations are at their lowest. Your support of both food items and personal care items are extremely important and appreciated.”
Bruce Kingwell, Director KCM Food Pantry
For Newborns through 18 years of age
*without health insurance*
PROVIDED BY CARE VAN
Tuesday May 28, 2013
TIME: 3:00p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
At Katy Christian Ministries (KCM) – 5011 E. Fifth Street
Please bring your Child’s Immunization Record.
No appointment necessary.
Child must be accompanied by parent or guardian.
For additional information: 281-391-9623
The Care Van program has provided more than 897,000 immunizations to 529,000 children through July, 2011. The program is coordinated through the Caring for Children Foundation of Texas, Inc., and with thanks to lead sponsor Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas. www.carevan.org.
Download Flyer: (PDF)
Join us for another exciting night of music and fellowship at the KSBJ Brown Bag Concert Series with Josh Wilson. The concert is sponsored by Chick-fil-A on Mason Rd. Katy Christian Ministries will be there to provide parking assistance and support for the event. A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the KCM Food Pantry.
When: April 16 – 6:30 p.m.
Where: Chick-fil-A Mason Rd – Map/Directions
The month of April has been designated Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) in the United States. The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual violence.
The KCM Crisis Center has a variety of events and initiatives planned throughout the month. We will continually update this page, so check back regularly. Remember to wear your teal, and we’ll see you in April!
- April 2 – Clothesline Project – The KCM Crisis Center support group members have designed shirts which will be displayed outside of the KCM Admin Building for the month of April. Look for them as you drive by and remember each one represents a survivor of sexual abuse and a life changed by KCM. – Learn more…
- April 17 – Wear Teal for Sexual Awareness Month
- April 21-27 – National Crime Victims’ Rights Week – Learn more…
- April 24 – KCM Open House Honoring: National Crime Victims’ Rights Week: Click here for more details…
There are a number of ways you can get involved.
- Wear a teal colored shirt and/or ribbon during the month of April and especially on April 17.
- Post a teal ribbon at your place of business, on your Website, Facebook and/or Twitter page: Get artwork here
Volunteer at the KCM Crisis Center
- Email: Volunteer@ktcm.org
Donate Financially to the KCM Crisis Center
About the 2013 SAAM Campaign:
The 2013 National Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) campaign focuses on healthy sexuality and its connection to child sexual abuse prevention.
This April, join the conversation. Start talking about healthy childhood development to prevent child sexual abuse.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2013
10:00 – NOON
5011 E. 5TH STREET, KATY, TX 77493
RSVP to Wendy.McIntosh@ktcm.org
Deysi Crespo, MSW - Development Coordinator for Katy Christian Ministries
“Finding Solutions through an Ecological Perspective”
- Breakfast provided
- Tour of KCM provided after program
Serious violent victimizations in 2011 included an estimated 244,000 rapes or sexual assaults, 557,000 robberies and 1.1 million aggravated assaults
To benefit the Social Services, Crisis Center and Food Pantry ministries.
If you’re a golfer we invite you to gather your friends, colleagues, neighbors and fellow church members to join us for this fun golf event!
The Golf Marathon will be held at the beautiful Willow Fork Country Club. Golfers can begin as early as 7 a.m. and can play until dark. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
There will be prizes for the golfer with the most holes played and the most money raised!
Each golfer is asked to make a $50 donation when registering and raise a minimum of $1000 either through friends, businesses or a direct contribution.
After you register you will receive an email including your own PERSONAL TRACKING LINK that you can send out to your contact list, Facebook friends, website, etc… inviting others to support you.
All contributions made through your Personal Tracking Link will be credited to your account.
Space is limited as we are only accepting up to 32 registrants so, reserve your spot toady!
All proceeds stay right here in our community and go to help our neighbors in need.
WHEN: April 29, 2013 – 7 a.m. – Dark
WHERE: Willow Fork Country Club
HOW: Register Online
Sincerely, Katy Christian Ministries Golf Committee
Youth in Philanthropy (YIP) is in its 17th year of providing opportunities for high school students to learn the role volunteering and philanthropy play in building a better community for all. YIP cultivates student leaders, letting students develop and test different skill sets while making a difference in their community by participating a countywide service project and six monthly workdays with area nonprofits.
On February 23rd on the Plaza at Sugar Land Town Square from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., approximately 145 students representing eighteen area high schools from Calvary College Prep, Fort Bend ISD, Lamar CISD, Needville ISD and Stafford MSD will be participating in a Healthy Children’s Countywide Food Drive to raise awareness of the need to replenish the healthy snacks supply of our local food pantries before summer arrives. The students will encourage their campus peers, friends, neighbors and the community-at-large to join them in collecting non-perishable food to donate to East Fort Bend Human Needs, Rosenberg-Richmond Helping Hands, Katy Christian Ministries, Mamie George Community Center, and Second Mile Mission.
YIP does not happen without the support of many partners, and this year is no different. Taking the lead with coordinating the logistics of this event is Si Environmental (Si Enviro), and we can also count on our long time partners: Sugar Land Town Square, Planned Community Developers, the Fort Bend Chamber, and the George Foundation. However, we need your assistance to assure the success of the Healthy Children’s Countywide Food Drive. We invite you to join our efforts by filling at least one backpack with healthy snacks (the list is attached) to donate on Saturday, February 23rd. We are hoping to fill the beds of two pickups with contributed backpacks filled with healthy snacks.
We encourage you to bring your donations to the event where you will meet the YIP students and they can have the opportunity to thank you. If it is not possible to drop your backpack(s) off on Saturday, you may drop it off at one of three locations: Fort Bend Chamber (445 Commerce Green, Sugar Land, TX 77478); The George Foundation (215 Morton Street, Richmond, TX 77469); or Si Environmental (6410 Reading Road, Rosenberg, TX 77471).There will be many activities planned for the day, so we hope you will come out to celebrate with the YIP students on the 23rd.
With your help, we know the YIP students will have a successful event that will benefit many children throughout our community.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact Steve Nordlander at 281-391-5261.
We promise you will have fun!
Katy High School Visual Arts Department will be hosting its fifth annual Empty Bowls soup dinner on Tuesday, March 5th. The event will be from 5 – 7 pm at HOLY CONVENANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH located at 22111 Morton Road in Katy .
The dinner is a charity event designed to alleviate hunger in our community with all proceeds going to the KCM Food Pantry. Art students have created handmade ceramic bowls, which they are donating to the event. Taco soup will be served in the bowls, and diners may take the bowl home as a reminder that someone somewhere is hungry.
Tickets are $10 before the event at Katy Budget Books or KCM Food Pantry and $15 at the door on the night of the event.
For more information please contact Bruce Kingwell – Katy Christian Ministries Food Pantry Director – 281-391-5261