What We Are Doing
We have already been able to reach out to the community in several different ways…
- We have identified many families in our neighborhood that are widowed, single moms, elderly, disabled or low income families.
- We have provided smoke detectors, food, yard work, home repairs, medical prescriptions, counseling and sometimes just a phone call for someone who needs personal contact,
Bethlehem House is a resource available for those requiring emergency assistance and provides a limited amount of food, clothing, and house old items.
- Bethlehem House is open every Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:00am-12:00pm.
- Volunteers may assist unloading and organizing food, sorting, and displaying clothing, and helping our neighbors.
Isaac’s Garage offers minor car repairs for our neighbors who are single moms and the elderly. Help is limited and is on a first come first serve basis.
Friendship Volunteers provide the most essential element of true service: friendship.
- Volunteers spend time getting to know our neighbors as they receive services offered by Project Duncanville and report special needs as they arise.
- Volunteers may help every Saturday 8:00am-12:00pm.
Not all our neighbors have homes!
- New Beginnings Homeless Outreach strives to show love and compassion to our homeless neighbors by providing a hot breakfast, sack lunch, clothing and spiritual encouragement every other Sunday morning from 7:30am until 11:15am.
- Volunteers may help cook breakfast, pack lunches, sort clothes, drive vans to pick up and drop off participants, and spend time with them.
Every Saturday from 8:00am-12:00pm yard crew volunteers gather to mow lawns, pull weeds, rakes leaves, trim bushes and trees, and clean up yards for those who need a helping hand.