Food Pantry

The HNwCC Community Food Pantry provides emergency food assistance for area residents.
HNwCC Food Pantry is open to serve the community every second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 5:00pm-7:30pm. A food fair/produce truck will be held from 9:00am-11:00am on the third Saturday of every month (with the exception of December). Families in need of assistance are asked to bring a photo ID with current address or utility bill to verify address. We are located on the north side of the Bear Creek United Methodist Church parking lot at 16000 Rippling Water Drive.

Volunteer Opportunities
Please email if you are able to volunteer.

Produce Trucks – Third Saturday of every month with the exception of December
Rain or shine, we have provided fresh produce along with bread, dairy and meat to over 250 families each month.

Set up begins between 8:15am – 8:30am. We serve produce from 9:00am – 11:00am with cleanup completed by 11:30am.

Produce Truck

Pantry Nights – Second and Fourth Tuesday of Every Month
We start setting up at 4:00pm and serve from 5:00pm – 7:30pm. On pantry nights, our client families are registered, snack bags are distributed, crates of food are distributed, and assistance is given to the families to get the food to their cars. Always plenty of work to do for those willing to come and help serve on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday nights.

The pantry is completely self-supported through donations of food, money and volunteer hours. We are a “partner member” of the Houston Food Bank. For more information on how to make a donation or to volunteer, contact Janet Newsom at or visit this website.

Community organizations which support the pantry include: Addicks United Methodist Church, Bear Creek United Methodist Church, Bear Creek United Methodist Church United Methodist Women, Copperhead Boy Scout District, Boy Scout Troop/Pack 202, Boy Scout Troop/Pack 827, Peace Community Church, St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, Life Path Church, Cy-Fair Women’s Club, Keller Williams Realty, Covenant Lutheran Church, Deerfield Village Bazaar, and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton.