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- Provided vouchers on a weekly basis to needy families and senior citizens for free shopping for clothing, school supplies, furniture and household goods.
- Shipped 76 containers with 3.15 million pounds of clothing and household goods to Latin America. This program also supplies jobs to the indigenous.
- Over 5 million pounds of food, clothing, blankets, water and emergency supplies were given to families who suffered tremendous personal losses from Hurricane Ike, the 3rd worst storm in American history.
- Provided food for needy families on a weekly basis for single parents, handicapped and the working poor.
A hurricane shelter set up by the Grand Priory of Texas was home to many local residents, including
this mother and newborn baby.
Dame Gayla Holley always has special gifts for the children in a refugee camp along the Texas-Mexican Border.
Our Texas youth were kept busy assisting us with cleanup activities at one of many hurricane work sites.
Grand Prior of Texas, Archbishop Gregory Holley, and Dame Gayla Holley (right)
with the site supervisor in San Marcos, Mexico.
The Grand Priory of Texas collected food supplies for the poverty-stricken area of San Marcos in Mexico.
The labor helping out with hurricane relief relies on clean water,
and the Grand Prior of Texas had enough on hand to help.
Unloading at the Sovereign Order of St. John Orphanage in Alamo, Mexico requires everyone to help.
HSH Nicholas F.S. Papanicolaou, Prince Grand Master, and his wife, Lady Victoria (right), visit
with Archbishop Gregory Holley, Grand Prior of Texas, and Pastor Eddie Shauberger at the Anuhauc,
Texas relief site.
Seven months after the storm, we continue to assist in the rebuilding of a church in Oak Island, Texas.