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Home Harvest

 

Holiday Schedule

 

CLOSED – December 21st – January 2nd in observance of Christmas and New Years.

 

We hope you have a wonderful holiday season spending time with your family as our wonderful volunteers and staff spend time with theirs!

Happy Holiday Season!

 

Harvest House’s Needs This Week

  • Dry Beans
  • Pasta
  • Hamburger Helper

Harvest House’s Monthly Report

We are so excited to share with you that we have served 13,833 of our neighbors with 317,636 lbs. of  groceries so far in 2016! That is 2,393 more individuals than this time last year! In the Storehouse, we have served our families with over $96,395 (value) of free clothing. All of this is done because of the generous community who continues to support Harvest House by donating high quality items and food, without you, we could not make this happen!  

Our Storehouse is open to the public, we invite you to come and discover some wonderful new to you items! All proceeds help us in our continued effort of Reaching Out To Help Others.

Heat For the Holiday 

Imagine the cold weather coming and you are worried about how you will keep you and your children warm, because  when it comes down to  it, you have to choose between paying the electric bill, rent or food. These are tough decisions that many in our community will be facing in the coming months. This Christmas season, would you consider a different kind of gift ? The gift of heat. By donating to Harvest House’s utility fund, we are able to help families who have urgent need to keep their electricity* on.  At Harvest House we help keep food in their pantry, clothes on their bodies and heat in their homes. A donation of $50 will help pay  a 1/4 of their bill, $100 pays half and up to $200 will pay their full bill.

*Harvest House reserves the right to use funds for other necessary utility bills as our clients have need.

Holiday Angels

The season is upon us, everyone is talking about Santa and his gifts that will definitely be under the tree—what would you do if you knew Santa wouldn’t be able to stop at your house this year? As a parent, we don’t want to see that disappointment on our child’s face. There is so much joy in watching your child open a gift on Christmas morning, and many parents are unable to see that joy in their home.

Will you help make a happy memory by committing to be a Holiday Angel this Christmas?  You can choose a  specific tag item from one of our designated trees or you can pick up a ball, book, board game or other fun, interactive toy and drop it off at Harvest House during normal business hours, Tuesday-Friday 10-6 and Saturday, 10-2, 349 NW Renfro St. , Burleson TX 76028.

We ask that all donations be dropped off at Harvest House no later than December 8th.

Drop Off Locations

  • Bealls
  • The BRiCk
  • Burleson High School
  • Burleson Police Department
  • First National Bank-Wilshire and Alsbury locations
  • Centennial High School
  • City Market
  • Cooter Brown’s
  • Woolard’s Custom Jewelers
  • The Hair Studio
  • Honda of Burleson
  • Huguley Fitness Center
  • Lone Star Orthopedic and Spine Specialists
  • Lynn Smith Chevrolet
  • Mariposa Apartment Complex
  • New Hope Chiropractic
  • North Star Bank
  • State Farm Insurance
  • Sweet Imaginations
 

Donate to Harvest House




Your Harvest House is a 501(c)(3) organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. All donations to Your Harvest house are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

 

Donate to Heat for the Holidays




                                       This Christmas season, would you consider a different kind of gift ? The gift of heat. By donating to Harvest House’s utility fund, we are able to help families who have urgent need to keep their electricity on.  At Harvest House we help keep food in their pantry, clothes on their bodies and heat in their homes.