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We partner with organizations in the DFW area to make a lasting impact in the communities we serve.

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Name
Time Commitment
Location
Physical Demand
Family Friendly
Academy 4: Mentor 4th Grader
Monthly
Multiple
Low
No


Academy 4 connects churches to schools and communities through mentoring 4th graders in leadership. Mentors commit to 60 minutes one Friday per month during the school day. Academy 4 provides training, easy to follow mentoring curriculum, and fun activities to enjoy with your 4th grader. Online mentoring is available during the 2020-2021 school year. The Hills sponsors mentoring programs at Mullendore Elementary in BISD, Rivertree Academy, and Western Hills Elementary in FWISD.


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CEC: Food Pantry Volunteer
Flexible
North Richland Hills
Moderate
Yes


Community Enrichment Center works to break the cylce of poverty and family violence. Food pantry volunteers sort, stock, select, clean and box food for incoming neighbors in need. Volunteers must be at least 12 years old.


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CEC: Refresh BISD Volunteer
Once
Haltom City
Low
Yes


Refresh BISD is an annual back-to-school event benefiting K-12 students eligible for the free/reduced lunch program. Volunteers assist check-in and lead families throughout the event, serve food, distribute groceries, backpacks and school supplies. Volunteers must be at least 14 years old. Ages 14-17 must be accompanied by an adult.


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CEC: Second Glance Resale Shop Volunteer
Flexible
North Richland Hills
Moderate
Yes


Community Enrichment Center works to break the cycle of poverty and family violence. Proceeds from their resale shop directly support their programs and services. Volunteers serving in their resale shop greet and assist customers, do zoning and other retail tasks, organize inventory, and sanitize the facility. Volunteers ages 16 and younger must have an adult present.


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Christ's Haven: Adopt A Cottage
Monthly
Keller
Low
Yes


Christ’s Haven for Children provides a healthy Christian home environment for kids. Volunteers “adopt” a cottage and develop a relationship with that family by doing something with/for them monthly. Examples of monthly activities include: ordering pizza for the family, cooking & dropping off a meal, providing movie or restaurant gift cards, reading to a child in the evening, help with housekeeping, assist with yard work. Volunteers determine the commitment length.


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Christ's Haven: Resale Shop Volunteer
Flexible
Keller
Moderate
Yes


Christ’s Haven for Children provides a healthy Christian home environment for kids. Proceeds from their resale shop directly support kids in their ministry. Volunteers serving in their resale shop sort donations, move items to the store’s floor, price items and sanitize the facilities. Volunteers 14 years old and younger must have an adult present.


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Mid Cities Care Corps: Home Repairs for Seniors
Flexible
Multiple
Low
No


Mid-Cities Care Corps works to preserve independence of senior neighbors in Tarrant County. Volunteers help complete home repairs for senior neighbors including electrical, plumbing, painting, and carpentry. Volunteers of all skill levels are welcome.


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Mid Cities Care Corps: Lawn Care for Seniors
Flexible
Multiple
Moderate
Yes


Mid-Cities Care Corps works to preserve independence of senior neighbors in Tarrant County. Volunteers assist senior neighbors with general yard maintenance including mowing, raking, hedge trimming, cleaning flower beds, and bagging debris. Lawn mower can be provided upon request. Adopt-a-lawn option available.


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Taste Project: Restaurant Kitchen Team
Flexible
Fort Worth
Moderate
Yes


Taste Project exists to feed people one community at a time. Kitchen team volunteers are responsible for ensuring the highest food quality by assisting with meal preparation. Meal preparation includes cleaning, chopping, and preparing raw ingredients. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old to serve on this team.


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Taste Project: Restaurant Service Team
Flexible
Fort Worth
Moderate
Yes


Taste Project exists to feed people one community at a time. As the first people the guests meet, welcome team volunteers help explain Taste Project’s “pay-what-you-can concept” and ensure guests feel welcome and important. Welcome team volunteers also show guests to their seats and ensure all guests feel right at home. Volunteers must be at least 12 years old to serve on this team.


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Taste Project: Restaurant Welcome Team
Flexible
Fort Worth
Low
Yes


Taste Project exists to feed people one community at a time. As the first people the guests meet, welcome team volunteers help explain Taste Project’s “pay-what-you-can concept” and ensure guests feel welcome and important. Welcome team volunteers also show guests to their seats and ensure all guests feel right at home. Volunteers must be at least 12 years old to serve on this team.


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World Light Mission: Family Produce Distribution
Flexible
Multiple
Low
Yes


World Light Mission exists to serve others with our gifts while sharing our faith and shining God’s love into the world. Volunteers will distribute boxes of produce to under-resourced families. Distribution occurs at a local apartment complex or through home delivery.


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