About Us

 

The Lighthouse Charity Team is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization. We provide equipment and volunteer labor to prepare meals to raise funds for charitable organizations and those in need. These groups incur only the costs of the food and products used for the event, allowing them to receive the benefit of 100% of profits.Our team, located on the Texas Gulf Coast, consists of dedicated volunteers. We are individuals and families who live and work in the area joined by business owners who come together in friendship and commitment to meet the needs of others. Utilizing 13 state-of-the-art, custom, portable trailers along with many other pieces of equipment that support the needs of a successful event, the team consistently delivers quality products and beneficial results.

Operating capital is received through the personal finances of our team members, through individual donations and sponsors from the local area. “Over the years, LCT has grown bigger and more rewarding than we could have ever imagined when we started in 1984. Without our dedicated volunteers and sponsors, none of this would be possible” says Scott Gordon, VP of Operations.

The Lighthouse Charity Team works in conjunction with other Non-Profits such as the American Red Cross, Gleanings From The Harvest dba Galveston County Food Bank, and other non-profits.  The Galveston Food Bank even shares our Galveston location building with us!

The Lighthouse Charity Team is available to: Individuals, Businesses, Emergency Responders, Utility Companies, Refinery’s and others in time of need

Your Tax Deductible Contribution enable us to be there in times of need.

Watch our video to learn more about us and what we do. 

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Do you have an event we can help with? Fill out our Event Request Form and we will contact you about how we can help.

"Over the years, LCT has grown bigger and more rewarding than we could have ever imagined when we started in 1984. Without our dedicated volunteers and sponsors, none of this would be possible"