Garland is so blessed to have many community partners who truly want to make a difference in improving the lives of our homeless and near homeless friends. Those listed below contribute either by providing resources or funds toward our joint community efforts. We thank God daily for their generous hearts!
We encourage your organization to join us in our endeavor to lift up
God's children and help them help themselves to end their homelessness!
Adlai Road Church
The wonderful folks from Adlai Road Church have helped us out with Sunday services, including breakfasts and snacks.
Amazing Grace Parish
The wonderful folks from Amazing Grace Parish will be helping us out with Sunday services. They have also donated food, clothing, blankets and tents to help keep our friends safe and warm.
Anthem Strong Families
Anthem Strong Families strengthens families and individuals by giving adults the How To’s to champion their own life and their children’s lives through workshops, clinics and mentoring programs. Anthem works closely with Matthew 25:40 Project in locating housing and jobs for our homeless friends.
Anthem Strong Families welcomes cash donations to assist in providing the programs described above.
Axe Memorial United Methodist Church
Axe opens the doors to their gym during times of inclement weather so we can set up cots and provide shelter for our homeless friends. They serve 3 hot meals each day during this time. At other times, Axe provides a food pantry, showers, clothing and many other necessities to help keep our homeless friends safe and healthy.
Axe welcomes donations of blankets, non-perishable food items, and travel sized toiletries.
City of Garland
The City of Garland assists us with our GLOWS (Garland Overnight Warming Station) by providing library signs to notify our friends when the shelter will be open, providing first responders to hit the streets to notify our friends the shelter is open, and through leadership and coordination of all organizations within the City that assist our friends through various means.
Counseling Institute of Texas
Counseling Institute of Texas (CIT) is a non-profit family counseling center serving the Dallas Area for over 30 years. They provide a variety of counseling services for individuals and families.
Good Samaritans of Garland
Good Sams provides supplemental food assistance via a food pantry with kindness and compassion to our hungry and food-insecure neighbors living in Garland, Rowlett, and Sachse.
Good Sams welcomes donations of non-perishable food.
Hearts and Hands
Hearts and Hands offers assistance to help satisfy the immediate need for food while using the opportunity to share information other services in our city. Shower facilities are open for the homeless on Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to noon.
Hearts and Hands welcomes donations of non-perishable food, and toiletries.
Lavon Drive Baptist Church
The folks at Lavon Drive Baptist Church provide buses to transport our friends to the shelter when we activate GLOWS (Garland Overnight Warming Station).
New Liberty Baptist Church
New Liberty Baptist Church provides free meals, showers, and loving hearts to our homeless friends.
New Liberty welcomes donations of clothing, shoes, and toiletries.
The objective of Project 319 is to commence and sustain a ministry that provides necessities for the homeless and needy. These necessities include certain types of clothing such as coats, sweaters, sweatshirts, hats, gloves, scares, and underwear. The Shiloh Church, through Pastoral vision from God, has initiated this effort in accordance with Proverbs 31:9 which states, "Open your mouth, judge righteously, And defend the rights of the afflicted and needy" (NASB version).
Shiloh Church welcomes donations of coats, sweaters, sweatshirts, hats, gloves, scares, and new underwear.xist to reflect Christ and impact lives on a journey of compassion. As a faith family, we exist to reflect Christ and impact lives on a journey of compassion.
St. Vincent de Paul
During Pope Francis’ recent visit, he reached Christians and non-Christians alike with his message of helping others. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has been putting these words into practice for more than 170 years. SVdP is truly volunteer driven with a volunteer to staff ratio of 16 to 1.
By pulling together all resources, organizations, and programs into one coordinated effort, Unlocking DOORS allows for cross-networking, collaboration, cohesion and a stronger service model for those with criminal backgrounds. Through this model, Unlocking DOORS is helping reduce crime by guiding those with criminal backgrounds to a future of self-sufficiency that is crime-free.
As a faith family, we exist to reflect Christ and impact lives on a journey of compassion. As a faith family, we exist to reflect Christ and impact lives on a journey of compassion.
As a faith family, we exist to reflect Christ and impact lives on a journey of compassion.