About Us

Mission NE History






We began as a small church pantry in Kingwood, Texas in 1995, and in 2000 we moved to our own location on Loop 494 in New Caney.

Mission NE Facts


  • 97% of our families are categorized as “extremely poor”
  • Many homes are headed by grandparents raising grandchildren
  • Approximately 25% of our families are elderly and/or disabled
  • Families may be victims of job loss, death of spouse or parent, fire, flood, abandonment, domestic violence, and some are homeless. Sometimes people just need a little extra hope and help to get through a hard time.

Mission NE Board of Directors


President: Jack Barnes, Exxon, Retired
Vice President: Fred Wetz, Owner, Fred Wetz Insurance
Treasurer: Nick F. Ewing, Retired
Secretary: Pamela Dickson
Executive Director: Pamela Dickson
Director: Mark Lexow, Director
Director: Jan Peterson, Buster Brown Propane
Director: Eric Prado, Constable Pct 4, Montgomery County
Director: Teresa Perkins, Insperity
Director: Chief Howard Rinewalt, EMC Fire
Director: John Lee, Universal Weather and Aviation
Advisory Board: Laurie Hiett, Insperity
Advisory Board: Janice Peterson, Owner, Buster Brown Propane
Advisory Board: Mark Lexow, Retired
Advisory Board: Eric Prado, Montgomery County Constable Pct. 4