- Current membership is over 200.
- Located in downtown Conroe at the corner of Metcalf Street and North San Jacinto Street, one block west of the Owen Theater.
126 North San Jacinto Street
Conroe, TX 77301
- From June 2015 through May 2016, our programs enhanced or improved the lives of more than 35,000 residents of Montgomery County. Our programs range from helping newborns to assisting senior members of the community.
- 100% of philanthropic and income-generating work is accomplished by members and other volunteers who volunteer their time.
- Volunteer service hours for 2015-2016 were over 50,000.
- Our Thrift Shop is our major source of funds for philanthropic outreach.
- Philanthropic programs of the chapter include:
Assault Survivor Kits® provides clothing and personal care items for survivors of assault and trauma victims through Montgomery County hospitals; art and play therapy items are given to counselors working with abused children.
Caring and Sharing members create baskets, trunks or bags which help meet the basic needs of the homeless, near-homeless, or those transitioning into housing.
Fans for Friends provides new box fans in summer and blankets in winter to community agencies for distribution to senior citizens and families in need.
Operation School Bell® program members invite children who are referred by school counselors to shopping events where they can buy new school clothes for back-to-school and throughout the year. Emergency voucher dressing referrals are taken throughout the school year.
Pass It On is a program that donates unsold or unsellable items to other community agencies for distribution to their clients in need. The receiving agencies may not resell the donated items.
Passport for Good Health™ booklets are available in two editions: children’s booklets and seniors' booklets, and are given to clients through hospitals and clinics for recording immunizations, medications, and other health information.
Poison Information – Always Ask™ teaches hundreds of pre-school and kindergarten children about dangerous substances in the home. “Always Ask” is brought to the children by our volunteers making presentations in Montgomery County schools and attending community health fairs.
Scholarships are awarded for various types of continuing, education including high school graduates attending a four-year college or university, adults needing to return to education to better their quality of life, special needs or physically-challenged individuals for therapeutic programs, and adults enrolled in certification programs.
Tender Loving Care Dolls are handmade by our members and individually dressed and decorated, to be given to counselors who work with children suffering abuse and adults who suffer from Alzheimer’s or dementia.