Noah’s Kitchen (51/365)

by Christine · 0 comments

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Noah’s Kitchen provides the less fortunate with food, gently used clothing, and the resources that will help them in finding medical help, shelter, employment, and eventually housing- getting them off the streets. They currently crowd-source donations, labor, and delivery vehicles on Sunday afternoons and other random days during the week as well. Anyone is encouraged to share their time with them, and volunteers are always welcome! Their website and blog was created so those of you with an interest would be able to follow their progress from a dream and beyond.

Amber Rodriguez is the Founder and Executive Director of Noah’s Kitchen. When she got laid off in September of 2009, she had to file for unemployment and wanted to make the best of her free time with her son Noah. They volunteered for the WM Superfeast and started getting involved with Charity Chicks of Houston. Noah loved being part of something good. Amber started talking to various people about ideas and before she knew it, Noah’s Kitchen was off & running!

I had such a great time with Noah & Amber on our photo shoot! We wanted to include the downtown skyline of the city that they love so much, and it was the perfect day for it! We ended the day perfectly with a little treat by going to our favorite restaurant Wah Fung Restaurant, really overall a great day!

Noah’s Kitchen is currently in need of water, peanut butter, pull-top dog and cat food, Wal-Mart or Sam’s gift cards, toiletries, clothing, blankets, and jackets. All donations are tax deductible and GREATLY appreciated.

You can follow Noah’s Kitchen on Facebook and on Twitter @Noahs_Kitchen. Then go out and volunteer to help them!

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