Interfaith Ministries Will Distribute Supplies To 4,300 Seniors Because Of Hurricane Season

Around 400 volunteers will participate in Operation IMpact, which will be carried out in Harris and Galveston counties

Photo courtesy of Interfaith Ministries Interfaith Ministries will distribute non-perishable food, water and hurricane kits to more than 4,000 senior citizens that live in Harris and Galveston counties Saturday, June 2, to help them be better prepared for the 2018 hurricane season.

Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston will distribute non-perishable food, water and hurricane kits to more than 4,000 senior citizens that live in Harris and Galveston counties this Saturday, June 2, to help them be better prepared for the 2018 hurricane season, which started on Friday.

Martin Cominsky, president and CEO, said approximately 400 volunteers will participate in Operation IMpact, which will deliver the supplies to 4,300 seniors and disabled citizens who participate in the ‘Meals on Wheels’ program.

This is the third year Interfaith Ministries is carrying out this initiative and Cominsky detailed that some of the foods that will be distributed are canned pasta, crackers, cereal bars and instant dry milk, namely products that can last in good condition for weeks without refrigeration.

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