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The Outreach Ministry of Prince of Peace Catholic Community supports agencies, programs and faith community involvement with funding and services, which assist families and individuals who do not have the basic requirements in this world intended for all of us by God. We embark on this ministry in fulfillment of our parish mission "... using God's abundant gifts, we serve through worship, education and Christian service." 
 
 All are invited and welcome to attend Committee Meetings. Various projects are organized throughout the year for community involvement including; Lenten project, Baby Shower, Shoe Drive, Stuff the Bus, Yam Jam, Thanksgiving Food Drive, Christmas Angel Tree project, and many others. Volunteers,coordinators, and liaisons, always needed and welcomed.  
 

For information please contact the Parish Office:  972-380-2100



AGENCY SUPPORT/SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

 

A variety of volunteer projects are available throughout the year for individuals, families, youth (service hours), and groups to serve the needs of others. Contact the agency directly or the Prince of Peace Outreach liaison for more information. 

AIDS Services of Dallas 
800 N. Lancaster
Dallas, TX.


Anne Nicol 214-886-8781 annenicol@yahoo.com

ASD is Texas' largest provider of medically supportive, affordable housing for indigent, low-income and homeless men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS. ASD operates four licensed facilities in Oak Cliff.

Volunteer Needs:Supper Clubs - groups needed to provide, prepare and serve a dinner once a monthLunch Buddies - help serve lunch weekdays from 11:30AM-1:00PM once weekly or monthlyFor Goodness Sake! - volunteers needed to staff this gift boutique at Northpark Center, proceeds benefit ASDOrganize grooming or cleaning supply drives for residents

Assistance Center of Collin County
 

Marianna Thiebaud 972-398-3413 or thiebaud@swbell.net

Information and referrals to social services, coordinated financial and material emergency assistance.

Volunteer Needs:Adult volunteers for office assistance, receptionist weekdays, and annual fundraiser event

 

Catholic Charities of Dallas

1421 W. Mockingbird Lane

Dallas, TX. 75247

Phone # 866.223.7500
 

Catholic Charities of Dallas - Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday  7:30am-5:30pm

First Saturday of the month for Immigration Workshops 9AM - 4PM

Children, Family & Senior Services

Disaster Preparedness & Relief Services

Financial Stability & Career Services

Food Programs

Homelessness

Immigration Legal Services

Pregnancy Counseling & Adoption Services

Refugee Services

 

Volunteer Needs: Answer phones; assist clients with checking in for their appointments; sort material donations for certain programs; assist clients at the Brady Program in West Dallas; Groups needed for donation drives including food, infant items; assist with reading to children in early childhood programs. http://www.ccdallas.volunteerhub.com/

City House/My Friend's House

902 E. 16th Street
Plano, TX.
Telephone - 972-380-8076

Jackie Crawford

Provides emergency shelter and crisis intervention for males and females up to 19 years of age.

Volunteer Needs: Groups or individuals needed to prepare an evening meal for 15-20 teens once a month (last Sunday of month needed) Donations of gift certificates for clothing and passes for activities (bowling, putt-putt, etc) are always needed


Collin County Children's Advocacy Center

2205 Los Rios Blvd.
Plano, TX.
Telephone - 972-735-2244

Rosa Gonzales
rosa@airmail.net

To reduce the traumatization of child abuse victims, CCCAC facilitates a comprehensive multi-disciplinary team approach to prevention, detection, intervention, prosecution, and treatment of child abuse.

Volunteer Needs:Administrative support, special events and projects (minimum age 17)

 


Frisco Family Services Center  


8780 Third Street
Frisco, TX. 
Telephone - 972-335-9495



Food Pantry program provides information and referral services, emergency rent, utility and medical assistance, food pantry and resale store. Minimum volunteer age 15

Volunteer Needs: Assist clients in food pantry; three hour shifts available M-Th 9AM-Noon; Noon-3PM; Wednesdays 3-6PM Assist at reception desk greeting clients Spanish speaking volunteers to help interpret for clients Help needed to sort, clean, price and organize donated goods at the Resale Store located at 9085 Dogwood; Hours: M-F 10AM-6PM; Sat. 9AM-5PM 2-4 people needed to clean up store Friday mornings

               

 

Missionaries of Charity


2704 Harlandale Avenue
Dallas, TX.
Telephone - 972-965-8578

Teresa Downum: treesaw@grandecom.net

Founded by Mother Theresa, the Sisters care for the needs of young mothers and their children to ensure a safe start for new families. They distribute food for the needy and provide a Summer Camp program for neighborhood children.

Volunteer Needs: Year-round help needed from 8:30AM-11:30AM to box food donations to be distributed to needy families Help with Saturday afternoon CCD classes

 

 

Samaritan Inn


1725 N McDonald Street
McKinney, TX.
Telephone - 972-378-3723



The only emergency shelter for the homeless population in Collin County.

Volunteer Needs:Administrative help-answer telephones, greet guests, general clerical and computer workFood Service-provide and serve prepared meals-breakfast, lunch, and/or dinnerSort and stock donations, provide general maintenance, coordinate Arts & Crafts projects for the childrenSpecial event "clean-up" days for groups and familiesAssist case managers as needed


St. Cecilia Catholic School


Telephone - 972-423-9016



Catholic parish elementary school serving community in West Davis Street area in Dallas.

Volunteer Needs:Teens, groups or adult volunteers needed to provide babysitting during evening adult meetings Mentors needed Saturday mornings Adults needed for Friday morning story-telling program


The Turning Point


Telephone - 214-797-5803

Kathy Poelzl: kpoelzl@chatsworth.com

Provides 24-hour crisis intervention counseling to victims of sexual assault and their families and friends.

Volunteer Needs: Fund Raising/Special Projects - assists with fundraisers throughout the year (no training required) Crisis Advocate - staff 24-hour hotline providing emotional support and crisis intervention to survivors, family members and friends of sexual assault (requires 44 hours of training) Education Outreach Volunteers - provides sexual assault and sexual harassment programs to schools, churches, and businesses, etc. (20 hours of training required) Trial Mentor - provides support to survivors as they go through legal system; may accompany survivor to police station or to court (40 hours of training required)


White Rose Women's Center/St. Joseph's Helpers


4313 N. Central Expressway
Dallas, TX.
Telephone - 972-398-3413

Marianna Thiebaud
thiebaud@swbell.net

Dallas' only Catholic crisis pregnancy center offering alternatives to abortion, ongoing counseling, furnishes maternity clothes, baby clothes, and furniture; referrals for adoption

Volunteer Needs: Assistance needed one night/week to counsel women to choose life for their unborn child (8-week no cost training course required) Volunteers to assemble infant layettes and sort clothing donations Clerical and other volunteer opportunities available

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL CLOTHING DROP BOX

St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store Clothing Drop Boxes are  located at Prince of Peace Catholic Community in the St. James parking lot;  first parking spaces along Village Creek. Help us help others with your donations. Your donations are needed with easy accessibility!! All slightly used clothing, bedding and linen is accepted. 

If you have items you wish to donate other than clothing, and you need to schedule a donation pick up, please contact SVdP Thrift Store directly at 214-373-SVdP(7837).


Please visit the SVdP website at  http://www.svdpthrift.org


The thrift stores are located at 3052 NW Hwy., Dallas, TX. 75220 or at 3305 N. Central Expwy., Plano, TX., 75023.