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Now accepting charitable donations in Morris County, TX

It can sometimes be difficult to find concrete ways to help your community. Making charitable donations might be a good first step. Many of us have more than what we need, and it feels good to give back to the community.

Morris County Collaborative is a non-profit organization based in Morris County, TX that's dedicated to improving the health and well-being of our community. Call today to learn how something as simple as clothing donations can help make the world a better place.

The Morris County Collaborative addresses the growing and complex societal issues - job creation, childcare, food and nutrition, formerly incarcerated re-entry, homelessness, youth development, drug addictions, community health care, natural disasters, terrorism, and more - but we need your help to make a sustainable impact.
Your tax-deductible gift of any amount will help us continue to assist and support those caring for the most vulnerable populations in high need, low-income communities.
Morris County Collaborative is currently accepting charitable donations of all amounts. Even if it doesn't seem like much, anything you choose to donate will go a long way towards helping us reach our goals. We accept:

  • Financial Donations

    • There are over 3600 families and 579 women with children under age 17 who are in poverty in Morris County. Donations help relieve families of poverty.
    • Donations help the Morris County Collaboration sustain its operations and continue its work to help our community with needed resources to hep people in poverty live betterand increase their well-being.

  • Houses and Facilities

    • Facilities provide places for recreation, meetings, classes or events.
    • Houses provide shelter for community members who are mothers with children, homeless, or transitional and sober living places.
    • Housing also provides shelter for those who are leaving incarceration, to provide shelter to prevent them from being homeless. Shelter provides cover while they train or look for jobs and other services needed to remain law-abiding citizens.

  • Clothes

    • Clothing is needed for adults and children who need clothing to seek jobs, go to work, or to school.

  • School supplies and Backpacks

    • Each year over 2800 children under 18 and in poverty attend school. Donations of School Supplies and Back Packs are needed for 6 to 17.
    • By donating to MCC you also help youth purchase supplies for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math Projects (STEM and STEAM Projects).

  • Food and Food Bank Facility

    • Most people in poverty run out of food before the month ends. There are several places to find food each month.

  • Coats

    • Coats help our families with protection from harsh winters especially our children who grow out of their coats each year.



Visit us today to learn more about how you can improve your community. From canned food to clothing donations, any little bit will help.