Center of Hope
Crossroads Youth Ministries
Habitat for Humanity
Presbyterian Night Shelter
Union Gospel Mission
Broadway Baptist Church
305 W. Broadway
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
contact: Judy Glover
phone: 817.336.5761, ext 8239
Agape' Meal is a weekly banquet for the community. Broadway Baptist Church hosts about 175 guests each Thursday with volunteer table hosts and servers for each table of seven guests. The meal is served Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. Tickets are available starting at 4:00 p.m. in the Baptist Center Breezway (west side of church on May St.) until all gone. Ideally volunteers should arrive by 5:30 p.m. for duty assignments (host, server, etc.) and enter through the Main Entrance on St. Louis Street.
|629 Palo Pinto Hwy
Weatherford, TX 76086
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Aledo, TX 76088
Parker County Center of Hope is a Christ-based 501c3 organization dedicated to reversing the cycle of poverty in Parker County through our offices in Weatherford and Aledo. We currently offer the following programs to our neighbors in need.
318 West Spring Street
Weatherford, Texas 76086
contact: Cindy Hanna
The Mission of the Crossroads Youth Ministry is to provide an environment where teenagers trapped in chaotic family situations can experience a healthy family community, living as Christ’s Family. The Crossroads Youth Ministry is a faith-based, not-for-profit Ministry that focuses on teens whose basic emotional, physical and spiritual needs are often unmet. We serve as advocates for youth in Parker County, many of whom are homeless and/or are dealing with abuse, addiction, and neglect. Our purpose is to meet the basic human needs of the youth whose human rights have been neglected or violated.
167 College Park Dr.
Weatherford TX, 76086
Freedom House offers many services to support you if you have survived a sexual assault or your are a victim of family violence and are ready to begin the healing process. We will help you along the way. Services include:
Trinity Habitat for Humanity
3345 S Jones Street
Fort Worth, TX 76110-4312
Central Christian Church contact: Everett Goar
Trinity Habitat for Humanity builds in the following counties: Johnson, Parker, Tarrant and Wise. Founded in 1976 by Millard Fuller and his wife Linda, Habitat for Humanity has built in excess of 300,000 quality affordable homes and over 1.5 million people served around the world. All Habitat for Humanity affiliates build on the belief that everyone deserves a decent place to live at a price they can afford. Habitat for Humanity volunteers, working hand in hand with the families they serve, build quality, affordable homes using donations of money and materials. Partner families, as our homebuyers are known, invest hundreds of hours of sweat equity in the construction of their homes, then buy their houses, making monthly payments on an interest-free mortgage. Their house payments revolve back into Habitat’s work. Thus a dollar invested in Habitat is a buck that never stops - it just keeps building.
Manna Storehouse, Inc.
129 E Spring Street
Weatherford, TX 76086-3348
Manna Storehouse, Inc. is a 501c3 organization that helps low-income families in Parker County with a number of essential needs including help with food, utility bills, medication and used clothing. The food provided is bought from the Tarrant County Food Bank. Things like peanut butter, canned meat, vegetables and bread. Manna has an average of 23 families a day that come in for help. Everyone that works at Manna is a volunteer.
Suggested food and products for donation to Manna, include, but are not limited to, the following:
2400 Cypress Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
contact: Heather White
The Presbyterian Night Shelter (PNS) in east Fort Worth serves the needs of Tarrant County's homeless. The largest provider of services for the homeless, PNS is the only free area emergency shelter without length-of-stay restrictions. The Shelter believes in respecting the dignity of its clients, while supplying meals, beds, and basic human care to an average of 704 homeless men and women every night and approximately 3,040 annually. The Shelter provides hope to its clients and is working to end homelessness. Through counseling and specialized programs, PNS provides resources so clients can reenter mainstream society.
1321 E. Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
contact: Josephine White
Union Gospel Mission is a local united Christian organization dedicated to providing love, hope, respect, and a new beginning for the homeless. Because life change is not possible without a change of heart, we stress the spiritual message of the mission. Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County is independent of government funding and the United Way. We serve over 190,000 meals and provide shelter to more than 900 individuals each year; operating on an annual budget of less than $3,000,000. As a result, volunteers are vital to our success. Call us to volunteer at: 817 332-2922. Currently the Mission houses over 325 people each day in the 26-room Family Center for mothers with up to 4 children, the 32 bed Women’s Center, McFadden Hall is a 16 room long term facility for elderly women, and the newly renovated 200 bed M. J. Neeley Men’s Building.
Union Gospel Mission Donation Drop-Off Center
Street Address: 1111 East Lancaster, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Mail Address: PO Box 2144, Fort Worth, TX 76113-2144
Phone: 817-284-3255 (For donation pick up only.)
Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Monday – Friday
Holiday Season Extra Hours: Saturday 8:00 am – 2:00 pm. October 15 – December 27