Food for Hungry Families Throughout Galveston-Houston

Your gifts keep the doors open at a network of area food pantries

Upcoming Food Fair Dates

Thanks to your generosity, Catholic Charities’ Family Assistance Program provides emergency food and financial help to families at five locations:

With your help, Catholic Charities can make sure families don't go hungry.

With your help, Catholic Charities can make sure families don’t go hungry.

Guadalupe Center
On weekdays, the Lewis and Joan Lowenstein Foundation Pan De Vida Food Pantry serves nutritious groceries to families from any zip code. Two Saturdays a month, we host large-scale food distribution in a farmers market-style setting.

326 South Jensen Drive, Houston, Texas 77003

Trini’s Market at Mamie George Community Center in Fort Bend County
Considered a model for food pantry operations, Trini’s Market allows families to select the food they want to take home during weekday visits. Once a month, a Saturday food fair distributes massive quantities of fresh produce and other nutritious food to anyone in the community.

1111 Collins Road, Richmond, Texas 77469

Bay Area Food Pantry
Based in the United Way Bay Area Service Center, the food pantry provides nutritious food to families who struggle to have enough food for a healthy life.

1300-A Bay Area Boulevard, Houston, Texas 77058

Beacon of Hope Food Pantry on Galveston Island
The Beacon of Hope is the only city-wide food pantry in Galveston available to help anyone in need, located in the Galveston Community Center near other social service agencies.

4700 Broadway, Suite F-103, Galveston, Texas 77551

Beacon of Hope Food Pantry in Texas City
In addition to supplementing family food supplies, the Beacon of Hope in Texas City provides needy families with emergency financial assistance for expenses such as rent or utilities.

712 5th Ave. North, Texas City, TX 77590

> See a complete list of Catholic Charities locations

> Learn more about Catholic Charities Family Assistance program, volunteer at an upcoming food fair, or make a gift to help people like Mary receive enough food to feed their families.