COVID-19 Relief

COVID-19 Finanical Assistance

Free Indeed Community Works is now pleased to offer disaster assistance to those impacted by COVID-19 in Northeast Houston. We are now serving zip codes: 77013, 77016, 77020, 77026, 77028, 77029, 77050, 77078, 77093.

If you or someone you know lives or lived in these zip codes and needs help, , please email your name, phone number, your need, and your zip code to Covid19Relief@communityworkscdc.org. One of our Community Works representatives will contact you within one business day with details regarding the approval process. For more information please feel free to contact our office at 713-633-3733.

Below is a list of documents you may be required to provide in order to qualify for assistance.

  • Current photo ID or Driver’s License
  • Proof of Address
  • Proof of Income
  • Proof of Loss Wages
  • Current Lease Agreement
  • Current Utility Bill
  • A personally written paragraph on how COVID-19 affected you and your family

Other documents may be required on a case by case basis.

COVID-19 Meals and Masks Initiative

Community Works CDC is helping Northeast Houston families impacted by COVID-19 with resources that will help combat food insecurities, financial loses, and decrease the spread of COVID-19. Join us by volunteering and donating to this mission!

Hear From Those We've Served

"I have been unemployed since Covid-19 hit. Thank you so much for providing meals every Wednesday. We don't mind waiting in line because it's the only food we receive right now."

Single Mother in Northeast Houston

"Harvey hit houston and took away our belongings , but not our spirit to survive.the team at community work is fantastic.They care about the community and has done so much to help us.We are so grateful and happy for all the assistance they have given us. God bless derrick,Mrs.Gentry, Jessica, David and the entire staff  at community Works! thank you so much from Lydia and the Servin household."

Edward Servin

"First off I want to thank god for all these amazing people. they have such an amazing spirit and they are here for our community...  After losing entirely everything that me and my 6 children had do to Hurricane Harvey, this organization reached out to help in every way they can and i am so thankful for them."

Shaniqua Marissa Cooper

When I tell you the past 2 weeks have been a blessing. Being able to give back to that community that I grew up in was a GOAL. I always wanted to give back in a strong way. I really appreciate the Gentry Family and the High 5 After School program for allowing me time to do just that. They are a blessing. It filled my heart with so much joy being able to assist families and students really in need during these hard times. 3600 meals, 500 lbs of produce, 300 plus backpacks. Smiles, smiles, and more smiles!"

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