Several business people in the community are once again banding together to put on the Families Feeding Families Thanksgiving event this year.
The event will be held at ChristBridge Fellowship Church, 29510 Tomball Pkwy., Nov. 21, from noon until 4 p.m.
"It's for anyone who is in the need for something," Vicki Clark of Community Bank of Texas said. "If you can't afford a Thanksgiving meal, if you are a veteran, police officer, firefighter or just lonely and need a hug. Anyone that needs fellowship can come."
She said that the group is excited and expects this year to be even bigger than the first event.
"We are looking to do this every year," she said. "We want this to grow into a huge event that we can help more and more people every year."
Clark said the event is for people in Cypress, Waller, Tomball and Magnolia areas.
"We want to eventually grow this to be as big for this area as the Houston event is for there," she said.
Legacy Beauty Academy will be there again this year to give free haircuts to those that attend. The Patch restaurant will cater the meal, while Panera Bread will donate all the rolls.
"The Patch is shutting down their restaurant for the day," Clark said. "This is their gift to the community."
Clark said they are looking to serve up to 1,000 people. Gift bags will be available for the first 250 people to attend.
There will also be kid's games provided by Salem Lutheran Church and a live DJ for entertainment. Homebound residents can also have their meals delivered to them by a volunteer.
For more information or to volunteer call Clark at 281-825-8331 or visit www.familiesfeedingfamilies.com.