Generosity of others paves the way for MCEA to provide help for those in financial crisis

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Pictured are the MCEA Board of Directors; Executive Director Chad Patterson; Director of Marketing and Development Margie Taylor; and Director of Programs and Services David Luxner, displaying the $6,500 check recently donated by Woodforest National Bank.

Loss of a job … death in the family … disability

… these and many more factors are major contributors to financial crisis, and every financial gift to Montgomery County Emergency Assistance (MCEA) makes a tangible, lasting difference in the lives of those in need in Montgomery County.

The two contributors featured below are making a great difference with their donations, and they know with MCEA their donations will go where there is the most need.

Woodforest National Bank donated $6500 to Montgomery County Emergency Assistance this week to support organizational infrastructure and the technology to better serve the growing number of clients throughout Montgomery County.


Pictured are Margie Taylor, Director of Marketing & Development and Chad Patterson, Executive Director MCEA; Tim Bowling and Courtney Woltemath, Praxair.

Praxiar of The Woodlands recently held a Go Texan themed BBQ Luncheon & Raffle to benefit Montgomery County Emergency Assistance (MCEA). Employee donations during the event amounted to $4150 with a Praxair sponsored match of $1000 for a total amount of $5150 to help families throughout Montgomery County with rent, utilities, food, and clothing.

Montgomery County Emergency Assistance — focusing on building stronger client relationships and assisting families who require a helping hand to regain self-sufficiency — is a nonprofit agency that has been in service to the community since 1981 offering real life solutions to our Montgomery County neighbors facing a temporary financial crisis. MCEA, a funded partner of Montgomery County United Way, offers assistance for rent, utilities, food, clothing, and other basic needs.