PHPC Serves

Service Opportunities at home, at the church, and in the community for all ages!


Community & PHPC Project Options

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Saturday - March 26

Community - Mc Shan Elementary - Family Friendly
School hallway painting. Volunteers will paint Mc Shan hallways, paint and tools provided. This is an indoor event, please wear clothing that can get paint on it, and masks are optional.
Community - ACT Community Work Day - Family Friendly
Community clean-up. Volunteers will support neighborhoods in South Dallas by assisting with several lot clean-ups and a family-friendly trash pick-up. This is an outdoor event, please wear clothing that can get dirty and closed-toed shoes, gloves will be provided, and masks are optional.
  • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • You will meet at Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church and be given your group assignment. 
  • Up to 20 volunteers
  • Minimum age: 10 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

Sunday - March 27


@PHPC - Literacy Achieves - Family Friendly
Create take home board games for children of Literacy Achieves students. Meet us in Jubliee Hall to lend your cutting, gluing, and laminating skills to put together matching bingo games for Literacy Achieves children. This is an indoor event and masks are optional PHPC.
  • 11:45 am – 1:00 pm
  • PHPC Jubilee Hall
  • Up to 15 volunteers
  • No minimum age 
Community - Stewpot
Serve Dinner at the Second Chance Cafe at the Bridge. Volunteers will serve dinner to residents receiving shelter at the Bridge. This is an indoor event and masks are required by The Stewpot.

Tuesday - March 29


Community - Cornerstone Community Kitchen
Meal Preparation and Service.
Volunteers will work together in preparing and serving boxed lunches to those experiencing homelessness and food insecurity

Wednesday - March 30

Community - MLK Jr Arts Academy and Forest Forward
Fine Arts Night Prep - Volunteers will assist in preparing artwork for MLK’s upcoming Fine Arts Night. MLK Fine Arts Night is a showcase of the conservatories and art offerings that are presented to MLK scholars. Volunteers will assist with typing and printing inspirational messages and matting and mounting artwork that will be displayed for the event.

Thursday - March 31


Community - MLK Jr Arts Academy and Forest Forward
 Fine Arts Night Volunteer.
Volunteers will assist in providing support for the MLK Fine Arts Night event. Volunteers will assist with event set-up and provide guidance and direction to parents and guests at the event. Please note that all volunteers must have a DISD volunteer application on file. Interested volunteers can complete an application at the following link: https://dallasisd.voly.org/.

Saturday - April 2


Community - Hope Supply Co. - Family Friendly
Pack Diapers for Families Experiencing Homelessness. Hope Supply Co. serves the critical needs of children and families experiencing homelessness. Food, formula, diapers, clothes, school supplies, and clothes are all necessities that every parent hopes to provide for their children. Hope Supply Co. helps to meet this need through generous donations and volunteers who help sort donated items re-distributed to shelters and homes across North Texas. Volunteers should wear closed-toe shoes and dress to work in a warm (no A/C) warehouse.

Community - Stewpot
Serve Dinner at the Second Chance Cafe at the Bridge. Volunteers will serve dinner to residents receiving shelter at the Bridge. This is an indoor event and masks are required by The Stewpot.

Sunday - April 3

Community - We Over Me Farm at Paul Quinn College - Family Friendly
Harvesting and building raised beds. Volunteers will complete the building of raised beds for the farm. Additionally, the farm will need assistance with harvesting vegetables from existing beds (a great task for younger children). Tools are provided and Paul Quinn staff will be on hand at all times to provide instructions. This is an outdoor event, masks are recommended but not required.


@Home Projects

These projects are great for one person or a family because they can be completed on your own time and you bring the items to the church anytime before Monday, April 4. Once you signup an email with full instructions and shopping lists will be sent to you. 

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Create and Donate Laundry Kits for Newly Housed Individuals.

Metrocare is the largest mental health service provider in North Texas, serving over 60,000 adults and children annually. Since 1989 their Homeless Services, located at the City of Dallas Day Resource Center, has provided an array of housing services for the homeless. Volunteers will make laundry kits for newly housed individuals. Kits consist of a few detergent pods and dryer sheets.

Collect and Donate Welcome Home Bathroom Baskets for the Stewpot.

The Dallas R.E.A.L. Time Rapid Rehousing Initiative, or DRTRR, aims to rehouse over 2,700 individuals experiencing homelessness by October 2023. This program will provide housing to individuals experiencing homelessness in Dallas. The Stewpot is a major part of this initiative as we have agreed to house 150 individuals and families by the end of this year. Volunteers can choose to donate an entire kit or provide items for a kit. Kits include full-sized shampoo, body wash, razors, toothbrush/paste, and deodorant.

Collect Trauma Therapy Items for Presbyterian Children's Homes and Services (PCHAS).

Founded in 1903, PCHAS is a non-profit organization that was created to respond to the crisis of orphaned children by the tuberculosis epidemic. For 118 years, PCHAS has provided relief and recovery for children in need. More recently, it has developed a caring culture with comprehensive programs and case management services to help strengthen vulnerable families so that they can stay together. Items collected will be used in Trust-Based Relational Intervention activities to support children and families to find fun, low-risk, ways to connect. (Examples are art/play toys, activity books, board games, or cooking mixes)

PHPC Kids and Families Acts of Kindness

Families can choose from one Act of Kindness from our list, then during PHPC Serves week take a picture to share your kindness and send it to . Together we can spread kindness all over our community. No act or volunteer is too small to make a difference.