Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 26, 2014 -- The Second Blessing Store announces the groundbreaking of West Houston Assistance Ministries’ new expansion on March 12.
Body: The Second Blessing Store announces the expansion of West Houston Assistance Ministries as they will break new ground at 9 a.m. Wednesday, March 12, for an addition to the client services building.
West Houston Assistance Ministries Inc., located at 10501 Meadowglen Lane, Houston, is expanding its client services department to increase programs and services for those in need in the community. West Houston Assistance Ministries has been working on funding for the past three years to expand the client services area.
The expansion will add an additional 2,800 square feet to the client services building. A new pantry will be built that includes a walk-in cooler in order to provide more food to more people. West Houston Assistance Ministries is a charity that serves needy West Houston communities. They help feed people from as many as seven zip codes and are planning to expand to more areas.
Tickets to attend the groundbreaking ceremony are available now at no charge. Tickets and general information are available by calling 713-780-2727, ext. 504, or visiting http://www.whamMinistries.org.
The Second Blessing Store is a support arm of the West Houston Assistance Ministries. The store offers a wide range of merchandise thanks to the generosity of individuals and businesses who donate. All store proceeds go to the West Houston Assistance Ministries. The store is located on Rogerdale Road in West Houston. For more information about The Second Blessing Store, visit http://www.secondblessingstore.org.
About the company:
Second Blessings consists of 11,300 square feet of shopping excitement. With items arriving on a daily basis, many treasures are available to be discovered. Second Blessing provides the funding for the operations of West Houston Assistance Ministries (WHAM) and is essential to the financial security of the ministry. Exciting changes have been made that will provide a better shopping experience for customers by organizing and improving overall presentation. Areas for more unique and valuable items have been designated in the store including the new Designer Row. Please visit the new Second Blessing Store and help them continue to be a blessing to the community. They also take donations. Call (713)977-5460 with questions or free pick-up of large donated items.
Marianne Rogers, Second Blessings Store, http://secondblessingstore.org, (713) 780-2727, [email protected]