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Project Transformation Summer Volunteer Opportunities

Distribute food & supplies at PT site churches This summer, we will distribute a grab-and-go meal, as well as program and household supplies, to children and family members in our program. PTNT needs two to three direct service volunteers to sanitize, organize, and distribute supplies, Monday through Thursday, at several locations throughout Dallas. All local health guidelines will be followed. Volunteers must sign a waiver and be willing to have their temperature taken upon arrival in order to serve. You…

Summer Service Opportunities

We are pleased to share with you several volunteer opportunities available for June and July: Change The World Allen home repair and yard work projects Kids Against Hunger ACO Summer Food Program Project Transformation Red Cross Blood Drive Keep scrolling and click on the images to learn more.

Missions Focus: Project Transformation

Our March 2020 communion offering will benefit our mission partner Project Transformation (PT). Born right here in North Texas in 1998, Project Transformation is now a national organization. Their mission is to transform communities by engaging children, college-age young adults, and churches in purposeful relationships. Project Transformation believes that transformation, whether as an individual or a community, happens through mutual relationships. Their program intentionally connects children, college-age young adults, and churches. The program engages children to strengthen their literacy, social-emotional,…

Project Transformation

Project Transformation (PT) builds partnerships between college-age young adults, children, and churches to address the achievement gap for children from low-income communities. Most kids will experience a “summer slide.” In middle or high income homes, children usually have limitless access to books, educational tools, and interested adults, but that’s not the case for many children from low-income families. Reading proficiency is a key predictor of a child’s future success yet 80 percent of low-income children are behind grade level in…

Project Transformation 2016

Dates have been set for this summer’s Project Transformation reading week! FUMC Allen will participate in the annual reading program, Project Transformation, from June 27-30. This year we’ll return to Waples Memorial United Methodist Church in Denison, Texas. Anyone age 13 years or older with a passion for reading and learning can join us as we travel to Denison and spend the mornings reading with at-risk children in a church setting. To sign up, click this link: Volunteer Sign Up…