We are About Kingdom Growth
The Episcopal Foundation of Dallas aspires to free our ministries – grow wealth through wise investments, lift financial burdens of those who serve, and maximize the impact of our shared missions.
Dana M. Jean
The grant from Episcopal Foundation of Dallas made it possible for 411 volunteers to serve for 772 hours, feeding 2,369 people. Altogether, we served more than 25 times in the mobile kitchen in 2017. Your gift has made each of these events possible and has allowed us to do the work God has called us to do through the BlessMobile. We are profoundly grateful.
Project US - Unite and Serve
The Transitional Living Center (TLC) program was launched in 1992 to provide a stable and affordable home environment for young women to continue learning the skills necessary to become self-reliant.
All young women in the program are required to enroll in an educational or vocational program, hold a job, and allocate a portion of their salary to rent and savings. Our Friends Place Staff establishes house rules to keep residents accountable for their actions and help create individual plans to create a path to self-sufficiency.