Skip to main content

Non-profit serving adults with disabilities selling a variety of crafts and gifts through Dec. 23

The Brookwood Community’s Holiday Store is now open in Hughes Landing in The Woodlands and selling a variety of handcrafted items and gifts made locally as well as their popular favorite, poinsettias. The Howard Hughes Corporation is providing complimentary usage of the seasonal prime retail space for The Brookwood Community, a non-profit educational, residential and entrepreneurial organization for adults with disabilities.

Following a recent grand opening, the holiday gift store is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 am to 5 pm now through December 23 at 2025 Hughes Landing in suite 900, adjacent to the new multifamily residences, Two Lakes Edge, and Whole Foods® Market.

“This year has been particularly challenging for non-profits, so we jumped at the chance to provide this tremendous organization with a complimentary holiday pop-up store location,” said Jim Carman, President, Houston Region for The Howard Hughes Corporation. “Our support of Brookwood is another example of HHCares, our company-wide social responsibility program which includes community-focused philanthropy through financial donations and volunteerism.”

Annually, The Howard Hughes Corporation donates to over 130 causes at local non-profit organizations in the Greater Houston area.