As the church, we are called to impact our communities. We bring the hope of the gospel to those around us as we serve. Check out our partners below and find a place to show others the hope of Jesus.
CCA offers opportunities for individuals, families, and small groups to give hope and alleviate suffering to area neighbors in need. Immediate needs - volunteers to help with Christmas celebrations for children, sorting food items, toy drive, Adopt A Senior, and Golden Angels.
Contact: Thelma Cantu 972-219- 4382 or email: Thelma.firstname.lastname@example.org
Hearts for Homes seeks to improve the living conditions of low-income senior homeowners in Denton County. Skilled and non-skilled volunteers work together to make needed repairs and improvements that allow seniors to remain in their own homes as long as possible. Local churches provide most of the volunteers. In addition, Hearts for Homes provides much needed resources like food baskets at Christmas. Visit the website at heartsforhomes.org to learn more about this organization.
Contact: Kathy Rice 214-507- 0571 or email: email@example.com
Communities In Schools exists to ensure children's success in school and meet family needs that prevent children from dropout. Volunteer by mentoring and reading to children, tutoring, and sending food and snacks for families at risk of hunger. Visit the website at cisnt.org to learn more and apply to be a volunteer at a local school.
Chin Community Ministry (formerly known as Chin Refugee Ministry) reaches out to over 3,500 persecuted Christians fleeing Myanmar relocated to Lewisville. Many opportunities available to help these new residents acclimate to life in our area including helping students with schoolwork and parents with paperwork, teaching basic skills of shopping for groceries, operating a laundromat, and public transportation. Also needed are families and individuals interested in simply spending time building relationships with these families from across the world.
Contact: Becky Nelson, Executive Director 972-221- 3249
SPAN (Special Program for Aging Needs) delivers hot, nutritious meals to senior and disabled adults all over Denton County 5 days per week. Meals on Wheels volunteers are sometimes the only visitors homebound residents have and are an important part of their lives. This is a great service opportunity for retired persons and those who have flexible daytime schedules. Delivery available in Lewisville and Flower Mound areas through local senior centers.
Contact: SPAN at 940-382- 2224
Pedi-Place is a not for profit pediatric clinic that serves the uninsured and underinsured children in our area. Volunteer opportunities include making gift bags for parents of newborns, special projects for Halloween, Valentines Day and other holidays, and reading to patients in the waiting room of the clinic. Donation needs include new and gently used children’s books as well as office and medical supplies.
Contact: Shari Markey, volunteer coordinator at 469-322- 3660
Carter Blood Care conducts blood drives all over the metroplex to maintain adequate blood supply to area hospitals. Crossroads has a long history of sponsoring at least one drive per year. Individual or small group simply needs to coordinate with CBC staff and the Carter contact to promote and advertise a blood drive. Great service opportunity for scouts as well.
Contact: Susan Holt: 817-412- 5362