The mission of HCC is to feed, educate, and help children around the world. We've been able to see first hand how we can be a blessing to children in need. We started small, but we are able to do more each year. For the past two years, HCC has helped provide scholarships to refugee teens (PAIR), and water filters for the Nukak tribes in the Amazon jungle. This past year we were able to do more! We provided shoes for refugee children (Middle East and Latin America) in Houston, 40 school uniforms in Houston to children without resources, 60 shoes and backpacks to children in Cambodia, and more!
Due to the recent disaster in Texas as a result of Hurricane Harvey, we dedicated a significant portion of our 3rd annual fundraiser to the flood victims in Texas. We all have friends or loved ones negatively affected by this storm. We have already purchased items to donate to our "neighbors" at St. Albert Church in Houston but we want to do more! We thank you for your participation. The evening included dinner, a live DJ, dancing and fun silent auction items. It was groovy!!
Holy Child Charity strives to provide education, nutrition, and health services to the children in need in the United States and around the world.
Save the Date for our 3rd Annual Dinner! Thursday, October 5, 2017 at Noah’s Event Venue in Sugar Land. We will have good food, DJ, live music, and fun silent auction items! Dress up in 70’s theme!! Checks payable to Holy Child Charity (mailed to HCC, 6 Farrell Ridge Drive, Sugar Land, TX 77479) orRead More
Thank you Holy Child Charity friends who gave generously!!! Holy Child Charity had the wonderful privilege of awarding 8 scholarships to PAIR students. These are refugee students that will be entering college or going into their second year! Congratulations! View the entire online album: RGuetaPhotographyRead More
Holy Child Charities had the joy of providing two pair of shoes to 18 refugees children through Houston Catholic Charities! These families come from Burma, Syria, and Afghanistan and have only been in the States for less than four months. Each of their journeys are so different. The kids were so grateful. It warmed ourRead More