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MCTXSheriff Holds 6th Annual “Sharing is Caring” Food Drive
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For Immediate Release November 2, 2022


On October 29, 2022, The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office held its 6th Annual “Sharing is Caring”
Food Drive in New Caney, TX. With the help of multiple first-responder agencies, volunteers and
community partners, over 7479 pounds of food, hygiene, and household supplies were donated along with
$25,918.55 in financial contributions. 

All donations support Mission Northeast and the community it
serves. The Mission assists 11 zip codes in the East Montgomery County area by providing food, clothing,
hygiene supplies, and household items to those in need.

We would like to extend our deepest appreciation to all the first responder agencies, school districts, and
local business partners who actively participated in this event. We could not be more proud of the selfless
efforts of all those involved to make this a success for our local community. Well done.
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