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Local Impact

 

No matter where you live, you can have an impact on your community.We are involved in neighborhood-specific efforts to share the love and goodness of God with those we encounter in our community.  We strive to create a safe environment as well as programs and initiatives that introduce our neighbors to the love of Christ and His plan for their lives.

Check back here often for new projects and to register.  Serving is a great way to grow, meet others, and discover your calling.

Discover your best place to serve through our Serve With Purpose class or email outreach@covenantcarrollton.org.


 

Upcoming Opportunities

Home Repair Project 

Date/Time: September 12/9:00am-4:00pm

Openings: 27

Family Friendly: Yes (Must be 10 years old and older)

Project overview: This is a great opportunity to honor the memory of one of our Veteran’s by serving his widow; making her home safer and more beautiful. Join a team of men to tear down an old patio and remove overgrown trees and bushes from around her home.

Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf
Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf

← Please submit the interest form to the left of the page to join the team. ←


North Texas Food Bank

Date/Time: September 12/9:00-11:30am

Openings: 1

Family Friendly: Yes (Must be 10 years old and older)

Project overview: With your help, we are able to distribute food to hungry children, families and seniors in our community. We will be sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies this includes food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities.

Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf
Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf

About NTFB: The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a top-ranked nonprofit relief organization, and the largest North Texas charity. Each day, the North Texas Food Bank provides access to 170,000 meals for hungry children, seniors and families through a network of more than 1,000 programs and 262 Partner Agencies. In fiscal year 2014, NTFB provided access to some 62 million meals. NTFB recently has announced a 10-year vision to eliminate the hunger gap in its 13-county service area. NTFB is a member of Feeding America, a national hunger relief organization. 

← Please submit the interest form to the left of the page to join the team. ←


Shoreline Spruce Up

Date/Time: September 12/8:30-11:30am

Openings: 13

Family Friendly: Yes

Project overview: Help make White Rock Lake sparkle! General cleaning up around the lake; picking up debris and trash that pollutes the lake.

Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf
Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf

About: The second Saturday of every month is Second Saturday Shoreline Spruce Up at White Rock Lake Park. Join the clean-up effort put on by For the Love of the Lake and our Adopt-A-Shoreline groups, never missing a month since April 1996! We meet between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. at the FTLOTL office in Casa Linda Plaza, Buckner & Garland Road (facing Buckner). Come out early on Second Saturdays, have some refreshments, get some exercise, meet a great group of folks, and help us keep the shores of White Rock Lake clean and sparkling!

← Please submit the interest form to the left of the page to join the team. ←


Grocery Store Outreach

Date/Time: September 12/8:30am-12:30pm

Openings: FULL

Family Friendly: No

Project overview: Experience the energy of seeing people excited about sharing their faith through giving. We will be going to local grocery stores to "pick up the tab". We want to cover the cost of groceries for some of our Carrollton Community. Participants must be 25 years and older.

Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf
Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf

← Please submit the interest form to the left of the page to join the team. ←


Coffee Shop Outreach

Date/Time: September 12/8:30am-12:30pm

Openings: FULL

Family Friendly: No

Project overview: Experience the energy of seeing people excited about sharing their faith through giving. We will be going to local coffee shops to "pick up the tab". We want to cover the cost those Saturday morning lattes for our Carrollton neighbors. Participants must be 25 years and older.

Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf
Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf

← Please submit the interest form to the left of the page to join the team. ←


Walk to End Alzheimer's

Date/Time: September 26/8:30am-12:30pm

Openings: Unlimited

Family Friendly: Yes

Location: AT&T Plaza at American Airlines Center

Project overview: We have a team who is currently fund-raising and will be representing Covenant Church in The Walk and we would love to have you with us. To sign up to be on the Covenant Team Please submit the interest form on the left of the page.

There are also many other areas where you can volunteer when it comes to the walk. To check out all the amazing options click here

Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf
Our distribution center volunteer experience includes sorting and packing food for distribution to a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies. Our Partners vary in type and size and include food pantries, after school programs, senior meal programs, shelters, soup kitchens and other facilities. We have a number of stations set up to accommodate volunteer groups of all sizes, from families and individuals to large groups. Volunteers are asked to participate in tasks ranging from sorting incoming donations and unsalable items, to an assembly line which produces boxes of food items for our various progra - See more at: http://web.ntfb.org/get-involved/volunteer#sthash.HVtpjbzP.dpuf

About The Walk to End Alzheimer's: The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, this inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions. Together, we can end Alzheimer’s disease, the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death.

← Please submit the interest form to the left of the page to join the team. ←


Outdoor Spruce Up

Date/Time: September 12/8:00am-2:00pm

Openings: 10 Men 

Family Friendly: No

Location: Outdoor Spruce Up

Project Overview: Outdoor Crew will paint exterior portions of building, prepare a vegetable garden, spruce up landscaping and complete handy work/ repairs. 

About RHM: Restored Hope Ministries is a 501c3 formed to provide restoration to women and their children who have been affected by the adverse conditions of life that include sex trafficking, slavery, abuse, poverty and interaction with the Criminal Justice System.

← Please submit the interest form to the left of the page to join the team. ←


Ladies Spa Day

Date/Time: September 12/10:00am-1:00pm

Openings: 3 Women 

Family Friendly: No

Location: Restored Hope Ministries

Project Overview: Ladies Spa Day will include haircare (cuts, color, style) for 4 ladies, manicures, make-up and providing lunch to fellowship and share with the ladies.

About RHM: Restored Hope Ministries is a 501c3 formed to provide restoration to women and their children who have been affected by the adverse conditions of life that include sex trafficking, slavery, abuse, poverty and interaction with the Criminal Justice System.

← Please submit the interest form to the left of the page to join the team. ←