Membership FAQs

Tiffany Parker


PO Box 5443 Kingwood, TX 77325

Join our Mission

Join our membership program where you will receive a one of a kind “The Livable Forest” perks card!

With this card you can visit select businesses in Kingwood and surrounding areas. You will receive perks for shopping participating local businesses. This perks card is active forever once you pay the ONE TIME fee of $25. This program drives business, gives free marketing for the businesses that choose to participate and in turn creates community growth.

The Community and Business Benefits

  1. Help small businesses reach their financial goals through hosting free community markets where businesses will have the opportunity to present their products.
  2. Businesses have the opportunity to gain new customers and give current customers an incentive to stay. 
  3. Businesses will also receive free promotion on our website, facebook page and instagram page. 
  4. We will host or sponsor workshops for individuals who are interested in entrepreneurial ventures.
  5. We will host or sponsor children workshops for parents who want to introduce entrepreneurship.
  6. Support the community in everyday needs by supporting our local 5o1c3 charity, Kingwood Kindness.

Current Participating Businesses


  1. Carrabba’s Italian Grill– Kingwood
  2. Menchie’s Kingwood and Humble
  3. FireCraft BBQ– Kingwood
  4. Paco Pops– Porter
  5. Chili’s – Humble
  6. Lake Houston Brewery– Huffman
  7. Lasagna House III 1960- Spring


  1. Kristy Pawlak- Realtor
  2. Fresh coat painters of Kingwood
  3. Mules Epoxy Coatings
  4. Amazing Lash Studio- Kingwood
  5. Michelle Happle Photography
  6. Christian Fuentes- Realtor
  7.  STX Roofing & Construction

Gyms and Clubs

  1. Kingwood Fitness– Kingwood


  1. The Angela Bennett Show

Boutiques and Online Shops

  1. JL Designs
  2. Clutch City Shop
  3. The Country Hippie
  4. Coffee, Body and Soul
  5. Parker’s Cup
  6. Perfectly Posh
  7.  Paige Bryce Boutique
  8. Rustic Hens Creations
  9. Joy in the Kitchen
  10. Two Hens Boutique
  11. Jewelry-Gypsies Boutique
  12. Tupperware
  13. London and Ruth
  14. Jewell of Style
  15. King’s Door


This is NOT a Coupon !!

You can use the perks as many times as you like at participating businesses. This is not a one and done community card.

Where can I use my membership card ?

You can use it at any participating business that has a brick and mortar, online store or both. There will be businesses that are added year around so you will have a variety of local businesses to choose from to support.

How do I use my membership card ?

When you walk into a participating business you will show them your card and they will tell you what their current perk is for The Livable Forest members. Note that each business has the right to change their perk whenever they like.

Are only Kingwood residents allowed to participate ?

Not at all ! Any person that would like to participate that lives in Kingwood or any other surrounding communities can be a member.

When does the membership start and end ?

You pay a fee for $25 and you can use your card FOREVER !!!

How many cards will I receive ?

Each card represents 1 membership and you will receive one card in the mail but you can purchase more than one membership for your household.

How long after I purchase my membership will it take to receive my card?

As soon as you purchase I will be notified and will ship out within 3 days or if you are in the neighborhood it will be delivered to you.

Where can I purchase my membership ?

You can purchase on the The Livable Forest Community Support Page. If you purchase at a market you will get your card the same day while supplies last.

Can I send a membership card to someone else ?

Yes! When you fill out the form below make sure you put in the address you want the card to ship to.

How much does it cost to be a member ?

It is $25 per ONE TIME and the benefits can be used as many times as you like throughout the year.

“A true act of continual kindness that supports people that support and maintain our community.”

The Livable Forest

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