Food = Life: Holiday Can Food Drive
Since millions of people die each year of hunger, the National Museum of Funeral History is partnering with Houston Community Newspapers to take a stand and join the fight against hunger. In the spirit of the holidays, give back to the community and give life to those in need by bringing a can food item(s) to the museum. During November and December, visitors to the National Museum of Funeral History will receive $2 off admission with a non-perishable can good donation, benefiting the Houston Food Bank.
Community Memorial Tree
With the help of the local community, the National Museum of Funeral History will decorate a special holiday tree to recognize and honor departed friends and family. During the month of December, visitors can decorate a paper holiday ornament at the museum and write the name of a deceased loved one. The ornaments will be displayed on the holiday tree in the museum’s rotating exhibit space. Families are also welcome to decorate and take home a special ornament for their own tree.