FAQs About HHSBC
Is HHSBC a Non-Profit?
HHSBC is not currently registered as a 501(c)3 organization. We are a community coalition formed of individuals and organization representatives who want to fight food insecurity and break down barriers in the Brazoria County community.
How Do I Volunteer With HHSBC?
HHSBC is still in development and growing every day. As our ranks increase, and projects come to fruition, we will be actively seeking out volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please submit a message to us via the 'contact us' page. We would love to hear from you!
What Type of Projects are HHSBC Working On?
HHSBC is currently working on developing strategic action plans for several projects. Each one will center around breaking down barriers that cause food insecurity in our community. We will focus on creating action teams for specific focus areas, like senior citizens, and have specific leaders and volunteers dedicated to those teams. More information to come!
Where is HHSBC Located?
HHSBC is composed of many individuals and organization representatives all throughout Brazoria County. We do not currently have a physical location with an official address. For all inquiries or other questions, please fill out a form on the 'contact us' page.
What areas do you serve?
HHSBC is dedicated to serving individuals of all ages within the Brazoria County area. However, our organization is part of the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty efforts to create hunger-free community coalitions throughout the state of Texas. We feel that collaborating with other state and local organizations is the key to successfully helping those in our own community.