Giving Good

God’s Pantry Food Bank

The Food Bank helps to provide food to food pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters through an online ordering system to help those in need in the community.

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Ronald McDonald

Ronald McDonald Houses provide housing for families with sick children in order to help keep families together during difficult times.

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Food Pantry/Emergency Assistance

Serve in our Food Pantry and our Receiving Area.
This could include transporting food into food pantry, stocking shelves, putting together emergency hygiene kits, mobile food bags, helping to sort donations etc.

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Volunteer Trail Work Day

Help build and maintain trails in Park City, Utah

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Donate to Specific Nonprofits in Park City

Park City’s annual day of giving, Live PC Give PC, is in November – but you can donate to individual local nonprofits any time of year, supporting the amazing work they do for the community.

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Donate for Good in Park City

Want to make a powerful show of support for the Park City community? Give to the Community Fund at Park City Community Foundation. Annual Community Fund grants help over 25 local nonprofits do major good in this community.

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North Texas Food Bank

Varies depending on service opportunity

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The Stewpot

Volunteers dish out the food and also pour beverages for our guests once they are seated. Meals start at 7:30 am (Breakfast), Noon (Lunch) and 6 pm (Dinner).

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Brighter Tomorrows

Children’s Activities:
Spend time with the children at one of our emergency safe shelters, Transitional Housing, or Counseling office leading structured activities during adult support group sessions and life skills classes.

Thrift Store:
Assist store staff in receiving, sorting, tagging and displaying donated goods for sale at one of our thrift store locations. (Grand Prairie or DeSoto). Store hours are 9 am to 5 pm Tuesday-Saturday.

Hold a Supply Drive:
Hold a drive for one of our two emergency safe shelters. Necessary items include paper goods, cleaning supplies, bedding, household items and baby needs.

A group can adopt a room at one of our two emergency safe shelters. You would provide needed items such as bed linens, pillows, and wall décor. Your group can paint and decorate a room to give it a fresh new look to make the family feel safe and feel like home.

Calling all businesses, organizations, and sorts teams! Help restore, and rehabilitate our playgrounds for our kids! It is our goal to provide an exciting and fun environment for our youth and teens to enjoy.

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