From Homeless to Housed: Volunteer Opportunities

Make a difference in the lives of our neighbors experiencing homelessness by volunteering.

On any given day, about 1,200 people experience homelessness in Tarrant County. Organizations across our community are working to ensure none of our neighbors go without housing. These nonprofits rely heavily on volunteers to assist in providing our neighbors resources ranging from eviction prevention, emergency services, and day-to-day operations to make this goal a reality.

DRC Solutions

DRC Solutions provides critical services of essential, evidence-based solutions that house people experiencing homelessness, set the stage for housing, or satisfy unmet needs in the community.

Volunteers are needed to assist with food pantry distribution at two permanent supportive housing complexes, provide essential needs to newly-housed families and individuals, and assist each month with Lancaster Live!.

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Presbyterian Night Shelter

PNS provides access to critical services and resources and positions guests so they are able to successfully transition to a safe, stable, and independent lifestyle.

Volunteers are needed to help serve meals, organize the warehouse, assist with administrative work, coordinate children’s enrichment activities, and help with interior/exterior beautification.

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Questions?

For more comprehensive volunteer opportunities, please contact:

Jemimah Walulya, Philanthropic Services Administrator

817.877.0702 | connect@northtexascf.org

If you wish to recommend a grant to local nonprofits doing important work in the community, view our list of Good Grants on our Explore Opportunities page.

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