Donate to MAM Disaster Relief & Recovery
For nearly 40 years, families have been turning to MAM for help during times of crisis, including hurricanes, floods, fires, loss of jobs, medical emergencies, etc.
MAM works with some of the most vulnerable families in north and west Houston. Families living in poverty – living paycheck to paycheck. MAM is providing financial assistance for those in need of basic needs, as well as employment and financial coaching, English & citizenship classes, immigration legal services, and mental health counseling.
It is times like this when we rally around our neighbors and the importance of our collective efforts is evident more than ever.
We hope you will join us to ensure local families in our community have what they need to remain stable and healthy today, so we can all enjoy a brighter tomorrow.
“We are people of faith and community. We will continue to be prudent, but not fearful, trusting that together we will provide the love and support our neighbors will need in the coming days and months,”
--Sonja Gee, MAM President & CEO
Want to help?
Consider a donation to MAM's Disaster Relief & Recovery Fund
We know our community and the City of Houston have been heavily impacted by this week’s winter storm. Many are still without power and water, and others feel the lasting effects with broken pipes and water damage. MAM is here to serve our community again with Emergency Winter Freeze Assistance.
Our community is stronger because of you! If you are not in need of assistance but would like to show support for your neighbors, please consider making a donation to the Disaster Relief & Recovery Fund here.
We are currently offering assistance for the following disasters:
What kind of help is available?
MAM is now able to offer the following services remotely:
Basic Needs Assistance
Financial Education and Coaching
Mental Health Counseling
Immigration Legal Services
We also have the capacity to offer remote ESL and Citizenship classes and online sales for the Resale Store.
If you have been affected, visit our Programs & Services page for contact information.