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BBHH Women's Council Luncheon --

A Glorious Morning of Celebrating How God is Working in West Dallas through Brother Bill's Helping Hand

From start to finish the 2015 Touch a Life...Tend a Soul Luncheon was a special time for the 450 people in attendance. We praise God for everyone involved with orchestrating such an amazing event. Dr. Fred Cerise was the perfect speaker for the morning.  The citizens of Dallas County are proud of the new Parkland Hospital and of the leadership team guiding it in the right direction.

To God be the Glory..



The Purpose of the BBHH Women's Council        
                     

The purpose of the Women’s Council is to be a support organization for all Brother Bill's Helping Hand (BBHH) does in the community of West Dallas.  The goal is to not only provide a broader base of volunteers and donors for this ministry, but also to cover the ministry in prayer.

Each Fall the Women’s Council hosts a luncheon to introduce the organization to men and women from all across Dallas. Inspired by guest speakers, those attending learn about opportunities for service available throughout the year at Brother Bill's Helping Hand.

Through newsletters the Women’s Council membership is reminded of special events sponsored by the Council, such as Birthday Party in a Bag, Kids’ Craft Time, and the annual Children’s Christmas Celebration. Twice a year the Executive Board hosts a Coffee for the membership and their guests. This is a time for members to get to know each other and to learn more about the work BBHH does in West Dallas. 

Membership dues for the year are $40 and can be mailed to:
Brother Bill's Helping Hand
PO Box 565846
Dallas, Texas 75356 (Memo: Women’s Council)
For more information about the Women’s Council email womenscouncil@bbhh.org

 
Contact Information

 

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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April is National Volunteer Month
 

BBHH could not do what we do if it were not for volunteers. They help neighbors “shop” for food in our free Grocery Store. They make home deliveries of groceries to individuals who can cook, but cannot drive.

Volunteers teach English classes, Bible study groups, and job and financial training programs. They work with children and help with major events throughout the year. Weekly they pray for the personal concerns of neighbors.

Doctors volunteer in our free clinic. Medical students teach Healthy Living classes and work alongside our full-time medical staff. Volunteers enter data, sweep floors, and stock Grocery Store shelves. 

In 2015 BBHH had over 2800 unduplicated volunteers. They gave close to 23,000 hours of service to BBHH. Each one was a blessing to this ministry. 

April is National Volunteer Month. We need you to get out and serve at BBHH.

To God be the Glory...
Great Things He Hath Done


(Spring 2016)