Metrocrest Social Services

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Seasons of Service

Celebrating the Power of Volunteerism
Join Metrocrest Services and event chairs Tina and Dr. Bobby Burns, as we honor individuals and groups dedicated to their community involvement at the 7th Annual Seasons of Service Luncheon.
This year’s honorees include: Brookhaven College, Halliburton, Fran Powell, John Pruitt, John Roppolo, Valley Ranch Baptist Church

Monday, October 7
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Courtyard Marriott, Carrollton Conference Center
1201 Raiford Rd, Carrollton, Texas 75006

Click here for the mail-in form. If you would like more information about tickets / sponsorships please email Mike Harris, Director of Development, or call (972) 446-2130.

Sack Summer Hunger exists to feed children who participate in their schools' free or reduced meal program, who lose access to the nutrition for nearly three months.

Sack Summer Hunger

When school ends in May so do the healthy breakfasts and lunches that students in our community rely throughout the school year.

For just $7 you can help feed one child for one week OR for $63 you can feed a child for the whole summer!

With your support, we will provide over 150,000 meals to children during the nine week summer break and let them enjoy one of the best times to be a kid.
Here are some ways you can help: volunteer, donate, or create your own Facebook Fundraiser. Whichever you decide, know that you’re making a difference in our community.

Programs like Sack Summer Hunger would not be possible without the support of individual donors, volunteers, and corporate sponsorships and grants.
In addition to the supplies, they also received a backpack, shoes, eyeglasses, haircuts, and uniforms.

Back-to-School Supplies

What a great start to the 2018-2019 school year for many of the kiddos in our community! Because of generous donors, sponsors, and volunteers; 1,378 students started off the year with the essential school supplies needed to make them feel more confident and successful in the classroom.
Thank you to the 538 volunteers who gave 1,241 hours of their time to make this event possible. We truly appreciate the community coming together when we really needed you the most! Thank you again for making this an A+ year for the 563 families you've helped.

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Consider purchasing supplies from our Amazon Charity List.

This community-wide effort is supported by generous donors and volunteers who help through local business, church, and individual contributions.

Brighten the holidays for local families & seniors

For many families the holidays can be a difficult time of year, buying gifts and putting extra food on the table is simply not possible. Some families are worrying about more important things, like how they will keep their lights on, or where their next meal will come from.
Your support brightened the holidays for over 1,125 families and seniors. With your help, we distributed 76,960 holiday meals during the 2018 November and December months and 2,784 children and seniors received holiday gifts. Without you this would not be possible, thank you!

Listen to families you helped support

For more information on how to get involved please email Bev Grimley or call (972) 446-2100.
Without your support, our work would not be possible.

Giving families something to be thankful for

With the help of generous individuals, community food drives, and volunteers, Metrocrest Services was able to provide over 825 families a complete Thanksgiving dinner on Saturday, November 17th.

You gave these families something to be thankful for.

Thank you to everyone who was involved - we couldn't have done it without you.

Volunteers provide one-on-one assistance to senior Eat Smart, Live Strong participants.

Eat Smart, Live Strong monthly food for seniors

For over 100 low-income seniors who qualify for People and Nutrition (PAN boxes filled with federal commodity foods), our Eat Smart, Live Strong is growing in popularity.  With support from program sponsors we provide participants additional fresh produce and healthy foods on their monthly distribution day.

Eat Smart, Live Strong groceries include items such as sweet potatoes, fresh oranges and apples or canned peaches. Once a month participants arrive on their own at our food pantry or may request rides through our transportation service. Pantry volunteers not only assist seniors as they select their items but carry selections to their car or van.

Sponsors are needed to underwrite program costs! Join former sponsors Baylor Scott & White Medical Center Carrollton, PlainsCapital, Purdy-McGuire, Hilton Worldwide and Research Across America in supporting healthy eating for seniors.

View details about sponsorships of Eat Smart, Live Strong distributions, or contact Tracy Eubanks at 972-446-2101.

Keyholder Breakfast gives hope to local families in need and continues Metrocrest Services’ mission of building a stronger community together.

Keyholder Breakfast raises funds for neighbors in need

On Thursday, March 28, 2019 the Metrocrest Services community gathered to give hope and support to local families in need at the 14th Annual Keyholder Breakfast. This is the agency’s largest fundraiser of the year and, thanks to sponsors and the nearly 500 attendees, Metrocrest Services raised over $150,000 to fund their programs that assist local neighbors in crisis.

In 2018, these programs helped over 14,000 North Texans lead self-sufficient and independent lives. For more information about the Keyholder Breakfast, please email Mike Harris or call (972) 446-2130.

We would like to thank all major sponsors and guests for making this incredibly special event possible; they include Halliburton, Grant Thornton, Thomson Reuters, Southwest Airlines, Verity Instruments and Citibank.

CROP Hunger Walk

The 2018 Metrocrest CROP Hunger Walk on Saturday, October 13, 2018 raises awareness and funds to fight hunger around the world and on a local level. A portion of the proceeds from the 2-mile Walk benefit the Metrocrest Services Food Pantry: register as walker or see what team is leading.
CROP Hunger Walks is a community-wide event sponsored by Church World Service and organized by local congregations and groups to raise funds and end hunger at home, and around the world.