Lenten Donation Drive

  • As we celebrate the Season of Lent, Social Outreach is offering some wonderful opportunities to offer our time, talent and treasure.

  • We are collecting the following to stock Hope's pantry and help provide children with meals:

    • Microwaveable Mac and Cheese (either Fast Mac or Cups of Micro Mac and Cheese)
    • Cans of Pasta  (examples:  ravioli, spaghetti, spaghettiOs, etc.)

    **Please return donations in the containers outside the church throughout Lent.

    To Get involved:  Donate Food, Donate Funds, Donate you, click http://www.hope4austin.org/get-involved.html


    HOPE AUSTIN’S MISSION
    HopeAustin is a 501© charitable organization creating opportunities for the youngest members of our community through food security.

    By providing weekend meals to students who lose their subsidized meals offered during the school week, HopeAustin ensures the brightest future for our children and the broader community by ensuring children have every opportunity to learn and thrive without hunger.

    To find out more about HopeAustin and the people they serve, click  http://www.hope4austin.org/

  • Drop off all donations in the bins in front of the church at your convenience.

    For any Questions or for More Information
    Contact:
       JENNIFER BIBBO at
     JBIBBO@STMAUSTIN.ORG or 512-258-1161

  • St. Thomas More Parish is asking our parishioners to consider helping refugees at the border by making a donation to the Humanitarian Respite Center in the Rio Grande Valley.

    How to participate:
    1) Click 
    here to make a monetary donation to the Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley
    Humanitarian Respite Center
    OR
    2) Click 
    here to purchase a gift using Amazon Wish List.


    If you wish to purchase the Amazon "wish list" items from another vendor feel free to purchase from the list and drop off items at STM in the grey barrels in front of the church. 


    “This center provides refugees compassionate care via a safe environment, legal orientation and general information, a warm meal and water, hygiene products and a warm shower, a clean change of clothes, temporary shelter, medical supplies and assistance if needed and transportation services.”

    "We, as people of faith, not only advocate for the humane treatment of immigrants
    and family unity, but also support compassionate comprehensive immigration reform through the USCCB,"
      
    - Diocese of Austin