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Volunteers are the heartbeat of Brother Bill's Helping Hand.  They visit with neighbors and volunteer in our free Grocery Store, teach English and computer classes, play a leading role in our job training classes, provide quality health care in our Community Clinic, and work with neighborhood children.

Because of the economy, more and more of our West Dallas neighbors have appeared at our door. Because of wonderful volunteers and the generosity of donors, we can continue to help that growing number of hurting people in ways we never imagined.

BBHH now serves over 1200 West Dallas households, equating to close to 4300 people.  That number represents about 17% of the total population of the 75212 zip code.  

As we face increasing numbers, our need for additional financial assistance continues to grow, as does our need for more volunteers.  With each inquiry of “How may I help?” our reply is always the same – “At Brother Bill's Helping Hand there is always something to do and a way you can help.”

Because many people work during the week, BBHH offers Saturday service oppotunities on the 2nd Saturday of each month. Volunteers interested in participating on Saturdays mornings can contact our office at least 24 hours in advance to sign up to serve. Please call 214.638.2196 or email volunteer@bbhh.org for upcoming Saturday Serve dates and times.

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

Open: Monday - Friday
           8:30 - 4:30

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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Reading Can Be Fun...

Kids Time provides a wonderful opportunity for volunteers to help build the vocabulary of children coming to BBHH. Recently a mom and her 3 children read to boys and girls while their moms were in Exercise Class. You could tell by just peeking into the room everyone was having fun listening to the story whether they understood all the words or not.

A 4-year old in West Dallas knows between 1500 and 2000 words. A 4-year old in more affluent areas knows between 5000 and 7000 words. Reading to a child is an easy way to change the life of a child simply because someone took the time to read to them. That mom and her family - they have already registered to volunteer on a regular basis. We praise God for volunteers of all ages who give of their time to help level the playing field for West Dallas children.

Donation of children's books are always appreciated.

To God be the Glory,
Great Things He Has Done...

(Winter 2016)