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 Student Food Pantry

 

To Contribute: 

We will take items that are pop-top (needing no can opener) and need  no refrigeration.   Bring the items to Virginia Tippen’s desk, C.100J.  Her hours are Mon-Thur 1 to 6pm.  Alternatively, you can leave the items, with a note from whom the items are donated.  The committee will be looking into grant possibilities. If you know of a resource that would contribute, please let us know.
§ Gift cards –small amounts i.e. $10 or $15
§ Tuna, or chicken in small cans
§ Soups or ravioli single serve
§ Peanut butter
§ Meals with meat & vegetables (Dinty Moore, or Chef Boyardee, Hormel…)
§ Cans of beans
§ Granola bars

 

   
Financial Contributions will be accepted at the Cashiers Window and deposited into account #07601
 

 

To serve a student: 
Please see Virginia Tippen from                       1pm – 6pm Mon-Thurs
§   For the anonymity of the student, we ask that the faculty/staff member come to check out a bag for the student.  Virginia will ask only computer login ID, just to track, not identify.  (first initial last name and last 4 digits of student ID)
§  The need for more than one day of meals  
§  If the student thinks that, they will need additional help in the future to return the bag.  (To reduce the need of donated bags.)
§  Make an effort to guide the student to a local food pantry for further help, and to see a counselor here on campus.    
 
 

 Helpful Resources

 
Bus Line http://gulfcoastcenter.org/assets/docs/connect-transit/Connect-Transit-Lake%20Jackson-Angleton-Clute-Freeport-Route-Schedules.pdf

In-Home & Family Support through Gulf Coast Center

800-499-1154

 
United Way HELPLINE  800-971-6677

 

Salvation Army: 
979.233.7120  
1618 N Ave J, Freeport  
 Shelter, on the bus line
 

Brazosport Cares Food Pantry:

979-239-1225 

916 N. Gulf Blvd, Freeport
On the bus line

 

St Jerome Catholic Church

979-266-7122

201 N. Lazy Ln., Clute

 Dream Pantry has optical, food, and other items to distribute as donations become available – and is on the bus line

 979-388-0280

796 S. Brazosport Blvd  -  Clute, TX 77531
 

.Hope for Tomorrow 2nd and 4th Saturdays 10am – noon. Ask for Jude or Jeraldyne – no paperwork for students not working.  Those with a job of any kind will need to bring TDL, SS card, proof of income, current phone and address.   Located in True Honor Baptist Church, 713 Robertson St in Clute (across from Wings over Texas) off Plantation.

ANGLETON

Community Food Pantry

979-848-1285

216 W Murray St.

St Thomas Center

(979) 849-2767
415 S Erskine St.
Cross Streets: Between W Murray St and W Plum St
Brazoria
First Assembly of God
979-798-7585
601 S Market St.
Lake Jackson
St. Michael’s Catholic Church
979-297-3041
100 Oak S. Dr.
Sweeny:
West Brazos Cares
979-548-9000
1008a E. Ashley Wilson Rd.
 
West Columbia:
Fed by Bread Pantry
979-345-2015
301 S Columbia Dr.
Interview/applications M-F 9-1
Wharton County:
St. Thomas' Episcopal Church
(979) 532-3203    stthomas-wharton.org
  207 Bob-O-Link Ln., Wharton, TX 77488
Cross Streets: Between N Rusk St. and Mayfair Circle
Food pantry, rent assistance, utility assistance (electricity, gas, and water).  Clients are given vouchers to the thrift shop for clothing and household items. They partner with MEHOP for client medical, dental and eye needs. They also give prescription assistance. Clients call in for an appointment time. Interviews for outreach assistance are only on Wednesday mornings.
   

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A lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission to and participation in career and technical education programs. Brazosport College shall not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, pregnancy, religion, gender, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, veteran status or any other protected class in accordance with applicable federal and state laws. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Vice President of Human Resources, 500 College Drive, Lake Jackson, TX, 77566; 979-230-3459; Marshall.Campbell@brazosport.edu