Just as Christ gave Himself for us, so we should give ourselves up for the sake of others. Below is a list of ways to get involved in local mercy within our community.
Rivertree Academy is a Christian independent school located in the Lake Como Community of Fort Worth, Texas. Rivertree Academy exists to serve Christ by educating his children. We believe that children of Rivertree will go on to be agents for change in their communities, and the best way to achieve that goal is to teach them to Learn, Love, Work, and Lead Well. Our students attend on scholarships, because of our many generous partners and donors who make this education possible!
- After School Buddies – assist in tutoring, homework, and leading clubs
- Student Mentors – encouragement, support and spiritual guidance for 1st and 2nd graders, provided virtually for now
- Reading Buddies – read one-on-one with a student
- Classroom Helpers – assist teachers with lessons, one-on-one time with students, and other organizational tasks
- Parent University Group Facilitators – assist in the education and support of Rivertree families a few times a month every Spring on topics of parenting, spiritual formation, and racial reconciliation
- Prayer Partners – commit to praying for our students, staff, and families
Trinity Contacts: Emily Williams – email@example.com
Rivertree Contact: Abbie Pitzer, Volunteer Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn More: www.rivertreeacademy.org
The NET's mission is to develop healthy, restorative relationships with the people in our community who need a network of support the most. Through our three core programs serving folks experiencing homelessness, low-income refugee kids, and women who have experienced sexual exploitation, we are able to provide 38 relationship building events every single month. Everyone in Fort Worth deserves to be seen, known, and loved, and it’s The NET's desire to make sure that’s the case.
- Bring a Meal – provide a meal for survivors of exploitation
- MASE Breakfast – education and conversation around the demand for commercial sexual exploitation in our city
- Raise Awareness – use your voice and influence to create change in our community
Trinity Contacts: Brendan Reagan – email@example.com
The NET Contact: Ty Bowden, Associate Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn More: thenetfw.com
In response to the compassionate and welcoming love of Jesus, DASH Network exists to love people who are seeking asylum by serving their physical and relational needs.
Relationships are at the heart of everything DASH does. DASH desires for every seeker to form meaningful relationships and find community while in their program. Additionally, DASH provides asylum seekers with homes in downtown Fort Worth, which provide them with access to the bus route, hospital district, and great public schools. Food is provided from local food banks weekly and supplemented by grocery volunteers. Additionally, DASH offers ESL classes, Job Corp training, and life skills classes.
- Advocate: Guide/mentor for an asylum seeker as they navigate the asylum process
- Donate: Household items, cleaning supplies, clothing, financially, etc.
- Driver: Provide transportation to/from classes or appointments
- Friendship: Attend monthly small-group fellowships with residents
- Grocery: Sponsor an apartment and coordinate with our residents to pick up groceries 1-2 times per month.
- Moving: Move, furnish, and/or setup apartments for incoming and outgoing residents
Trinity Contact: Jonathan Dumas – email@example.com
DASH Contact: Sarah Lowry, Volunteer Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn More: www.dashnetwork.net
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For 45 years Pregnancy Lifeline has served the Fort Worth community providing pregnancy tests, sonograms, counseling, adult and children’s classes, baby, children’s and maternity items and other related services to women and their families. All services are provided free of charge due to the generous support of churches, individuals, and foundations in our community, aided by a dedicated team of volunteers who provide many of the ministry’s services.
There are many opportunities to serve individually or as a community, bible study or other group including volunteering as client advocates, classroom teachers, sonogram nurses, male advocates, and Blessings Store personal shoppers. In addition to financial donations, PLL welcomes new and used baby and children’s clothing, toys, books, and other items as well as new disposable diapers, wipes, and formula which clients purchase with “baby bucks” they earn taking classes and attending bible studies.
- Client advocates – meet with women in crisis
- Donate – diaper, wipes, formula, new/used baby/children clothing, toys and books, women’s maternity clothing and accessories.
- Event support for PLL’s annual fundraiser
- Garage sale shoppers – finding used baby items for the Blessings Store
- High school and college student service hours and projects
- Male advocates – meet with fathers and dads
- Personal shoppers – assist moms as they shop for their children in the Blessings Store and help sort & display clothing, books, toys, etc.
- Prayer and note writers for women coming in for sonograms
- Sonogram nurses
- Teachers – lead a bible study, parenting, ESL, or personal development class
Trinity Contact: Sherry Denton – email@example.com
PLL Contact: Jeanne Mullen, Executive Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn More: www.pregnancylifeline.net
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