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Empty Stocking Drive

Empty Stocking Drive

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Tuesday, Nov 30th, 2021
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Online Donation

Empty Stocking Drive Event Details:

Help Humble ISD students by donating to HAAM’s Empty Stocking Seasons of Sharing Drive

Humble ISD is partnering with Humble Area Assistance Ministries (HAAM) to help make the holidays brighter for students in need this holiday season through the Empty Stocking Seasons of Sharing Drive.

Monetary donations of any amount will be used to purchase gift cards that will be distributed to the families of Humble ISD students who have applied for assistance. To date, over 500 district families have been identified for assistance.

“HAAM is proud to partner with Humble ISD to help families when they need us the most,'' Millie Garrison, HAAM Executive Director, said.

You can contribute financially through Friday, Dec. 10, by making an online donation at the website link below.

Ensuring that our students have a happy holiday season gives them the ability to focus on their classwork. “It spares our students the added stress of wondering if they’ll have gifts to open or even food on the table for a holiday dinner,” Matt Smith, Coordinator of Elementary Counseling and Behavioral Services for Humble ISD, said.

For more information about HAAM, or how to register for assistance:
haamministries.org




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