Interfaith Caring Ministries

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Interfaith Caring Ministries (ICM) is a non-profit agency which assists those in need who live in the Texas Bay Area, specifically in Clear Creek and Friendswood ISDs. Check out Our History, find out Who We Serve or learn more about our Partners and our supporting Houses of Worship.

Get the latest news and events, sign up here for our weekly email blasts with great deals from our resale shops and all the latest happenings! Check under the events tab for updates on annual Festival of Trees, Golf Tournament and Fun Run!

We are thankful for all donors commitment to strengthening the greater Bay Area community. We are grateful for any donation amount, as together you and other donors effect positive change in our community. If you would like to make a monetary donation please visit our here Giving Form, we also accept food and other household goods through our food pantry as well as gently used furniture, clothing, and other items through our Resale Shop, click here to find out more.

We offer a wide range of services to those residing in the Bay Area community, including our Food Pantry, Resale Shop Voucher Initiative, Rent & Utility Assistance Program, check out our Programs page to learn more!

Our resale shop provides great deals and vital services, such as free clothing assistance to low income families. Proceeds support the organization’s other charitable services, including our Food Pantry and Rent and Utility Assistance Program. Stop by today and check out all the great deals

Our volunteers play a pivotal role at ICM. Their continued support has allowed ICM to expand our many programs and touch more lives throughout our community. From bagging groceries, providing a welcoming smile at the reception desk to sorting and pricing clothes at our resale shop, our volunteers help make a difference in our client’s lives. Click here to get involved!

ICM houses an onsite Food Pantry which supplies food and other essential household items to our clients. Qualifying families receive groceries for at least five days. These groceries include food staples such as rice, beans, canned goods, macaroni, tuna, meat and produce when available.