The Volunteer Grand Prairie program is proud to make you aware of other meaningful volunteer opportunities available through our local partnerships.
We encourage every Volunteer Grand Prairie team member to expand their volunteer service horizons by serving with any of the following not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) corporations who currently partner with the City of Grand Prairie.
Christian Women’s Job Corps
Christian Women's Job Corps of Grand Prairie is a non-profit 501(c)(3) interdenominational program that operates with the financial support of donations, grants, and other funding sources through individuals, organizations, institutions, churches and businesses. We offer a variety of services for women of all ages, races, and religious backgrounds. We strive to help women meet their needs and goals while gaining independence from poverty and welfare. All services are free of charge.
Contact: 972-262-0797, https://www.cwjc-gp.org
The mission of Brighter Tomorrows is: "To empower victims of domestic violence and sexual assault by providing safe shelter, support services, and to reduce violence in our communities."
If you are interesting in helping at Brighter Tomorrows please visit their website at www.brightertomorrows.net, or contact them at 972-254-4003. Hotline: 972-262-8383, Mailing Address: 928 Bluebird Drive, Irving, TX 75061.
Grand Prairie Chamber of Commerce
The Grand Prairie Chamber of Commerce is a member owned non-profit (501c6) organization of businessmen and women who are investing their resources in community development programs – working together to “promote strengthen and expand the business community” of Grand Prairie.
If you are interested in serving at the Grand Prairie Chamber of Commerce, please visit their website at: grandprairiechamber.org for more information.
Grand Prairie United Charities
Grand Prairie United Charities was founded in 1955 to meet the emergency needs of Grand Prairie residents who are experiencing financial setbacks. We believe that prompt intervention in the form of emergency assistance can ward off a potential crisis and prevent the family or individual from being without shelter, food or utilities.
Contact: 972-262-2014, http://www.gpuc.org/
Hearts and Hoses
We are a non-profit 501c3 organization volunteering our time and effort to support our fire department, firefighters, and community members adversely affected by fire loss. We endeavor to recognize our brave men and women for their outstanding service and dedication to the citizens of Grand Prairie.
Lifeline Shelter for Families, Inc.
Our mission is to reduce homelessness among families of school children in crises who are enrolled in the Grand Prairie Independent School District, by providing emergency assistance, temporary shelter and life skills training for their parents.
Contact: 972-642-7744, lifelineshelter.org
Mission Hospice is a local, family owned hospice dedicated to warm, compassionate care in Grand Prairie/Arlington area. Hospice is a compassionate patient-centered approach to medical care for people that have been diagnosed with a terminal illness; focused on maintaining dignity, increasing quality of life, and providing comfort, including pain and symptom management. Join our volunteer ranks to brighten the lives of patients with life limited illness. Read to them, play games, share stories, write letters or listen to music together. Training provided. Must have current Driver’s license and insurance.