HOUSTON – The Moody Foundation has provided funding for The Salvation Army to provide food vouchers across Texas to deliver critical supplies and immediate services to Texans impacted by Winter Storm Uri.
Over 200 families can be eligble to receive food vouchers to Kroger for up to $200 in groceries.
Those who qualify can redeem their funds only at the Kroger in Galveston or in Texas City and are good only for food products.
The application will open beginning Tuesday, March 23, and 24 at The Salvation Army at 601 51st. Street in Galveston and March 25 and 26 at The Salvation Army at 4801 Emmett F. Lowry Expressway in Texas City.
Residents must provide a state ID, proof of address, and proof of income including any government assistance. Applicants will meet briefly with a caseworker.
Vouchers will be ready to pick up the following week. Registration time is 9:00am-12pm and 1:00pm-3:00pm each day.
About the Moody Foundation
The Moody Foundation was established by W.L. Moody, Jr. and Libbie Shearn Moody in 1942 to share their good fortune and make a difference in the lives of the people of Texas. Since then, the Foundation has pledged and awarded more than $1.8 billion in grants throughout the state to organizations that have educated, healed, nurtured and inspired generations of Texans. The Moody Foundation continues with a board of three trustees: Frances Moody-Dahlberg, Ross Moody and Elizabeth Moody. Learn more at MoodyF.org and follow the Foundation on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates.