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Staying accountable to our mission statement while using the needs of our community as a guideline, Brother Bill's Helping Hand strives to offer programs that meet immediate physical needs and offer hope for a better future.

2015 Volunteer Opportunities
** Family Friendly

 

WEEKLY PROGRAMS
English Class                                                                            
Tuesdays 10:00-12:00 Sept-May
English class for ladies and Time with Tots
Volunteers: Teach a class, help with childcare, fund textbooks

I
da Dunn Ladies Bible Study                                                  
Tuesdays 1:002:00 Sept-May
The Bible study group meets weekly
Volunteers: Teach a class, fund study notebooks

G
rocery Store **                              
Wednesdays/Thursdays 10:00-1:00, 2
nd Saturdays 9:30-12:00
Each week over 300 families  come for groceries
Volunteers:  Mondays  unload  truck,  stocshelves;  Wed/Thu mornings visit with neighbors, help with distribution of food during Grocery Store, restock shelves in the afternoons

K
ids Craft Time **                                                                              
Wednesdays/Thursdays 10:00-1:00
Craft time for children coming to Grocery Store with their parents
Volunteers: Provide, help with craft project


Exercise Class
Tuesdays 9-10am September - May / 9:30-10:30am June - August
Exercise class for ladies and Reading Room for their kids
Volunteers: Teach a class (do not need to be a professional), read to kids


Computer Class
Tuesdays 10:00-11:30am September - May

Computer class for all levels
Volunteers: Teach or assist with a class, only basic skills needed to teach

Co
mmunity Clinic: Adult, Eye, Women’s, Dental                                                    
Flexible scheduling
The  Community  Clinic  provides  four  specialty  clinics  for  adults  living in WesDallas 
Volunteers:  Doctors
 (internists, family practice, gynecologists, ophthalmologists, dentists) and nurses needed for a half day a month
 
 
SHORT TERM PROGRAMS
Birthday Party in a Bag  **                                                                             
Jan 10/ Apr 11/ July 11/ Oct 10
Provides all the ingredients for a birthday party for 8 in a decorative birthday tote bag.  Includes themed paper plates, cups, napkins, favors, hats, candles, cake mix, icing - no gift, all in a fun birthday party bag. Children select their “party on a Saturday afternoon
Volunteers: Provide/distribute completed party bags

Family Talk/Diaper Day                                                           
Feb 13, 20, 27 / Oct 9, 16, 23  9:30 - 10:30am
Provides a month’s supply of diapers to mothers of birth-2 year olds who attend 3 parent education classes on healthy living, reading to children, and parenting 
Volunteers: Help with programs, childcare, fund/distribute diapers

Pa
thWays Job Training Program                       
Monday - Friday March 16 - April 24 / September 21 - October 30
6 week/120 hour program  for women  seeking employmentClasses include budgeting  time/money,  interviewingresume writing, computer skills, & Bible study with field trips on Wednesdays to various businesses
Volunteers: Provide lunch for 12 on a Mon/Fri, funding for Wed. lunches, host the group at your place of business, financial coaching on Tuesdays from 11am-12pm, and attend Graduation Ceremony on 4/25 and 10/31 at 10:30am.

Supe
r Saturdays                                                         
May 9 / June 13 / June 11 / August 8   9:30 - 11:30am
VBS for elementary school children. DBU students lead the program in the Fall/Spring.
Volunteers: Summer Help planning and leading the program
                                                                                                                                     
The Group
Variety of programs for high school students, including trips and College Day
Volunteers: Speakers, lunch, host group at your place of business

 
ONCE A YEAR PROGRAMS
Neighbor Day **                                                                                            
Saturday, March 21 10:00-1:00
Family picnic, games, and music
Volunteers: Distribute food, help with games

Soccer Camp **                                                                                                            
June 10-12  7:00-1:00
3-day soccer camp for elementary school children using high school students as the coaches. The final morning is an award ceremony and family picnic
Volunteers: High school students (who have completed at least 9th grade) as coaches, daily adult help (younger students can help as assistants with parents present)
                                                                                                
Back to School Carnival **
Saturday, August 15th 10:00-1:00
Elementary school children and their parents come to BBHH for a fun morning of games, lunch and to receive school supplies
Volunteers: Donate backpacks and supplies, help with carnival activities, distribute lunch and school supplies

Children's Christmas Celebration **
D
ec 24 9:00-1:00

A tradition  of over 60 years, BBHH hosts its annual Children Christmas  Celebration  for over 1,000 children plus their parents. Volunteers: collect/wrap new gifts, fund books and grocery store gift cards, and serve at the event from either 9-11am or 11am-1pm

To volunteer for programs please contact Adair Neely at:
Email:
volunteer@bbhh.org  Phone: 214.638.2196



Contact Information

 

Brother Bill’s Helping Hand
3906 N. Westmoreland
Dallas, Texas 75212


Mailing Address:
PO Box 565846
Dallas, Texas 75356

214.638.2196 Office
214.638.2198 Fax
214.638.2194 Clinic

Information: helpinghand@bbhh.org
Volunteering: volunteer@bbhh.org
Capital Campaign: capitalcampaign@bbhh.org

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SMU and BBHH
Working together to better serve our community


BBHH is grateful to Dr. Eric Bing and the SMU students who participated in his Global Health class study on ways to expand BBHH Community Clinic services in a cost effective manner. The results of their study will bring new opportunities to this ministry and to those we serve.

To God be the Glory
(May 2015)