Building Hope on a Firm Foundation
In April 2012 Brother Bill's Helping Hand took a giant step towards better serving our neighbors in West Dallas. We moved into our new building at 3906 N. Westmoreland (Dallas, TX 75212). We praise God for our new home and all that it will mean to the community we serve.
In February 2009 BBHH bought property at 3906 N. Westmoreland, the southeast corner of Westmoreland at Angelina. The new Community Center sits on one acre in the heart of a neighborhood identified as being at great risk. BBHH’s new home means better foot, bus, and automobile access for our neighbors resulting in an anticipated growth in the number of households served on a yearly basis.
The BBHH Board of Trustees and Capital Campaign Committee began a $3.2 million capital campaign in October 2009. Our needs were great, but we felt confident that caring people would step forward to give beyond what they may have thought possible in order to partner with us in better serving men, women, and children in West Dallas. In August 2011 we began construction on the new debt-free home!
The new building is so much more than just added space in a new facility. Already it shines like a beacon of hope in our community as more people become involved in education and training programs. The Essentials of Life programs bring food to the tables of an ever-growing number of families. Our Community Clinic provides quality health care to an even larger population. The building stands as a constant reminder to all who see it of caring people who made it possible.
Brother Bill’s Helping Hand
3906 N. Westmoreland
Dallas, Texas 75212
PO Box 565846
Dallas, Texas 75356
Capital Campaign: firstname.lastname@example.org
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National Day of Prayer
For the past 12 years staff, neighbors, and volunteers at Brother Bill's Helping Hand have celebrated the National Day of Prayer along with thousands of others across our nation.
Each May we gather outside to pledge allegiance to the flag, sing God Bless America, and pray for our national and state leaders, those in the military, our city and community churches, and BBHH families.
We come together to ask God's guidance and protection. We gather to pray outside to stand as a witness to all those who drive past our building. We praise God for all the many blessings He gives each one of us.
To God be the Glory