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Causes: Boy Scouts of America, Children & Youth, Christianity, Emergency Assistance, Food, Food Banks & Pantries, Human Services, Religion

Mission: The Harvest House follows Biblical principles and provides temporary emergency relief to the surrounding community and will help households break the cycle of poverty through education, training and the offering of other essential services.

Programs: Food Pantry, Storehouse, Financial Assistance, Feed His Lambs, Little Red Schoolhouse,Holiday Friends

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3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

Everyone that we dealt with from the food pantry and the storehouse all seemed to genuinely care that we were less fortunate than they were. All of them were friendly, caring, concerned and considerate. Thank you all for making an unpleasant experience a pleasurable one!!

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Client Served

Rating: 2

One person at the Harvest House in Burleson is very rude and looks at you like you are a bug. She needs to find another line of work....The lady I am speaking of has short brown hair and is in her late 40's
She does not seem to really care about people in need at all and just pushes you in and out of the food bank like a rat looking for food. This place needs caring staff that understands that people go through hard times and need help. Please do not ask for money for electric there----You will be SOL

THEY WILL BE OUT OF FUNDS FOR ELECTRIC AFTER ONE DAY OF THE MONTH!!!!

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Client Served

Rating: 1

I have had nothing but grief from this place, they are rude and will not help my family of 5 in desperate need. I am disabled and cannot work and sometimes need help. The staff is rude and judgemental, and the Director (With long black/brown hair) is very mean and rude. I have several friends as well who they have turned down for help! My income was less than $400.00 for 3 months and they would not help. However, the one time that they did give us a tiny bit of food, it was 2 cans of beans, stale bread, a bag of rice with weevils in it and 2 boxes of ceral that were crushed and the bags were already opened. I don't know how they stay in business or how they get grant money, they are supposed to help people, not hurt them!

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