As a part of our mission we will regularly provide you with volunteer information on how you can Serve God through working with our community agency partners to serve the needs of their constituents. 

Click the UPCOMING EVENTS link for a list of opportunities.

Serving Opportunities

How is God calling you to serve Him this year? 

How will you respond? 

Look, I am coming back soon! My reward is with me, and I will give to each person according to what they have done. Revelation 22:12 

Many people who retire feel like they are at a dead-end. Men of God provides direction and guidance through helping serve the local community. If you like our ideas and initiatives and willing to contribute by volunteering for us, we welcome you.

Volunteering for our organization is a great idea to help with a sense of self-worth as helping others in the community is wonderful.

Organizations That We Work With

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Second Chance Hoops
Trinity Community Foundation

Need Help Finding The Right Organization?

Let us help you find the right fit for you, submit the following contact information and we will gladly help you!

6 Stones serves our neighbors through ongoing activities and large events. The New Hope Center is our food pantry and clothing closet, open Monday and Wednesday from 10AM-1PM, Tuesday from 3-6PM and Saturday from 9AM-12PM.

There are opportunities for assisting with intake and praying for neighbors, warehouse work, grocery shopping and clothing. Momentum is a life mentoring program designed to enable neighbors to take steps out of physical and spiritual poverty. Mentors and mentees meet for 8 weekly in-class sessions and then continue for a 6 month period. Community Powered Revitalization restores the exteriors of homes for elderly, disabled and impoverished home owners during spring and fall blitz weekends.

Operation Back 2 School provides backpacks and school supplies for impoverished elementary and secondary students. Night of Hope gives Christmas gifts to impoverished elementary school students and their siblings. Liga HEB is a soccer league for middle school students, developing teamwork, attendance and character. There are also daily and weekly office volunteer slots available that support our programs.

The mission of Arlington Life Shelter is to help those experiencing homelessness return to self-sufficiency

Programming and Services Made Possible by the New Facility of Arlington Life Shelter to Enable our Guests to Return to Self Sufficiency

  • Computer Technology classes and training to develop technology skills to lead to better paying jobs
  • Group classes on subjects such as financial literacy, parenting, life skills
  • Community Partner space (Goodwill Employment Program, benefits specialists, Tarrant County Public Health) in our classroom 
  • Individual meetings with case managers to assist with obtaining community services, locating and maintaining sustainable employment, locating and maintaining permanent housing. 
  • Physical activities for children on the playground
  • Private meeting space for new guest intake, telehealth appointments, and individual meetings with other service providers in the Interview Room
  • Health Center will be able to address minor health care issues, provide education on chronic health conditions (high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol), address medication needs.
  • Healthy and nourishing meals prepared and served daily in the new Hearts of Faith Kitchen
  • Families able to stay together while in the Shelter in the family bedrooms
  • Separate lounges for single men, single women, and families to relax, watch television, and have social interaction with other guests. 
  • Shared lounge area to relax, read, work on a computer
  • Small group meetings led by volunteers such as voluntary Bible study, AA/NA groups, Counseling opportunities, and others
  • Volunteer food teams will be able to use our full commercial kitchen and dining hall to provide meals efficiently.
  • Flexible space to provide extra beds in the Shelter during periods of inclement weather
  • Opportunities to use the expanded laundry facility to keep personal clothing fresh and clean
  • An efficient service hub for Shelter staff to handle the daily needs of guests
  • A clean, safe place to live with dignity in a positive atmosphere while working to return to self sufficiency.  

Project Learn – Through Project Learn, Club staff use all the areas and programs in the Club to create opportunities for these high-yield learning activities, which include leisure reading, writing activities, storytelling, language, discussions with knowledgeable adults and or elders, helping others, homework help, and tutoring and games that develop young people’s cognitive skills.

Power Hour – Making Minutes Count helps Club members ages 6-18 achieve academic success by providing homework help, tutoring, and high-yield learning activities and encouraging members to become self-directed learners.

Triple Play – Triple Play is a comprehensive health and wellness initiative, strives to improve the overall health of members, ages 6-18, by increasing their daily physical activity, teaching them good nutrition and helping them develop healthy relationships.

Passport to Manhood – Passport to Manhood promotes and teaches responsibility and reinforces positive behaviors in Club boys ages 8-17 through highly interactive activities

SMART Girls – SMART Girls is a small-group health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program designed to meet the developmental needs of girls in three age groups

Money Matters: Teens develop financial literacy skills that can lead them to workplace readiness, lifelong financial stability and overall success.

Too Good for Drugs – Too Good for Drugs is an evidenced based curriculum that teaches social emotional learning skills such as goal setting, making good decisions, identifying and managing emotions, effective communication, bonding and relationships, making healthy choices, peer pressure refusal skills, and stress management in order to reduce antisocial and substance use behaviors and to increase resiliency in youth.

Positive Action – Positive Action is an evidenced based curriculum that teaches social emotional learning skills such as self-concept, positive actions for your body and mind, managing yourself responsibly, treating others the way you like to be treated, telling yourself the truth, and improving yourself continually which has been found to increase mental health and positive behavior and to reduce Straight Talk – The Straight Talk program is a trauma informed counseling program designed to provide assessments of mental health, individual and group counseling, and crisis management to Club members and their families. 

Torch Club – Torch Clubs are chartered small-group leadership and service clubs for boys and girls ages 10-13 which can help meet the special character development needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their development. 

Keystone Club – Keystone Club promotes character and leadership qualities among Club teens; to provide awareness and impact in the areas of community service, academic success, career preparation and teen outreach, the four focus areas of Keystoning

Coaches Outreach is a non-denominational, para-church ministry that exists to impact communities through the Christ-like leadership of coaches transformed by Biblical truth. Coaches make a difference in broken lives, so we partner with them to help make their impact even more powerful.  A typical high school football coach will impact thousands of kids during their career.  Coaches are on this mission, called by God, and strategically placed in schools to minister to kids in a way that few can. When the ministry began, coaches asked for help in two ways, “Help us stay strong in our marriages, and help us study the Bible.” God is using Coaches Outreach to do just that.

We equip coaches through relevant, “hands-on” Bible studies written just for coaches. The Bible study playbooks are FREE to coaches participating in a Coaches Outreach Bible Study at their school, and are also free to coaches’ spouses who request it.

We encourage coaches through Summer Marriage Retreats designed just for coaching couples. These weekend retreats feature respected Bible teachers, inspiring music, good food, fellowship with other coaching couples, and fun activities.

We also serve, encourage, and connect coaches’ wives through The Reach. At least three times each semester, hundreds of wives meet geographically in small groups to filter the season and everyday life through the Word of God.

Since 1954, The Fellowship of Christian Athletes has challenged coaches and athletes to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA’s mission is “To lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His church”. With excellent resource material and core values of Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence, FCA demonstrates their commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word.

Ken Butler is the Southwest DFW Area Representative for FCA and serves over 110 middle, junior high and high schools in his area. Ken is looking for volunteers who might be interested in serving the Lord with FCA as a Huddle Leader, Character Coach, Event Volunteer, Event Sponsor or other opportunities available.

If you love athletics and have a passion to help mentor and serve others, there is a place for you to utilize your gifts, talents and abilities on the FCA – SW DFW team! For more information, please visit the FCA Southwest DFW website

* Mission Arlington is a Christian based organization working with those in need in our city. *

Servant Leadership

Matthew 23:10 reminds us that we should not be called leaders, for our One true leader is Jesus Christ.  God is responsible for all that has happened in and through this place, and we give Him all credit.  Luke 22:26 teaches us that an effective leader will first be a servant.  Our heart and our hope is to lead well, without fear, but always in the spirit of service and humility.

A Dedication to Prayer

Scripture teaches us to pray without ceasing (1 Thess. 5:17).  We are to be faithful both “in season and out of season” (2 Timothy 4:2).  This family called Mission Arlington®/Mission Metroplex® believes in and is committed to the power of prayer.  Ministry without connection to God, no matter how intense the effort, won’t be effective or fruitful over time.

Meeting Physical Needs in Jesus’ Name

Matthew 25:37ff teaches us that there is a connection between the physical and the spiritual, and that caring for people who are hurting is important to our Lord.  Mission Arlington®/Mission Metroplex® wants to meet the physical needs of people wherever and whenever possible.  But the greatest gift we have to offer is the free gift of God’s love for each one through His son in Jesus Christ (John 3:16).

The Bible as a Foundation For Ministry

We believe that the Scriptures are inspired by God and are profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, and instruction in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16).  We love the Lord and His word.  Today we host Bible studies in about 354 locations around the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

Love For All People

When the angels announced the news of Jesus’ birth to the Shepherds, they proclaimed clearly that the gospel was good news for “all people” (Luke 2:10). Each and every person matters to God.  No person is beyond the reach of His love.  The truth is that we have been recipients of that love.  It is our joy to pass it along to each one who comes along our path.

The ministries at Mission Arlington®/Mission Metroplex® continue to evolve in response to the needs of our community.

Second Chance Hoops Basketball League


The Second Chance Hoops Program started in January 2017. The purpose of the program is to provide competitive basketball opportunities for high school boys in the Arlington Independent School District who are not members of their school’s basketball program.

These young men did not participate on their school’s basketball team because some are lacking in skill development, not meeting UIL eligibility requirements, or work and family responsibilities that would conflict with their school’s basketball team schedule.

The young men who participates in our program will have an opportunity to improve their skills in a Christian environment and with Christian coaches.  There will be a devotion and testimonial period during each session.


The Second Chance Hoops Program will partner with the Boys and Girls Club of Arlington. The Boys and Girls Club will provide their facilities for league play.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for this program, as a coach, referee, score keeper or sponsor, please contact Jimmy Walker at 817 846-4970, or email him at

Togetherhood Volunteer Program at the Y

The Y’s Togetherhood program connects people from all backgrounds to plan and carry out volunteer projects that address a real need in their community.

Benefits of Volunteering

  • Good for your
  • Volunteering can improve personal well-being, build relationships, and provide an outlet to discover purpose. Research shows that volunteers experience wellness benefits, including lower depression, improved mood and self-esteem, less stress, better heart health and lower mortality rates.

  • Good for community
  • Togetherhood is designed to unlock people’s potential to improve lives and create a more connected society. Bringing diverse people together to tackle social issues creates more cohesive communities. A culture of volunteerism can also yield social benefits such as lower unemployment, greater income equality, and youth that are more likely to stay in school and avoid risky behaviors.

Trinity Community Foundation

Our foundation is based upon a strong belief system. We believe in sharing and showing love. We believe in promoting healthy child development through access to play days that include sports and free play. We believe in connecting resources to families that are seeking support. We strive to encourage people to be successful and resilient and create life-long relationships.

Connecting resources for healthier kids and families. There is a tremendous opportunity to affect change in our community by focusing on creating trust and building relationships in communities that are underserved. Our goal is to work with community leaders, advocates, churches and nonprofit organizations to bring fun and needed resources to our neighbors. We will continue to expand outreach services by inviting Affiliate Partners to serve alongside us. Serving multiple communities in Tarrant County through partnerships and a shared mission to bring Love, Play and Connection to the people.

CPTC believes that every child deserves a safe and happy childhood. CPTC accomplishes their mission through community collaboration, educational outreach, and fundraising efforts to sponsor the Rainbow Room located at the CPS office. By working closely with Tarrant County CPS, CPTC provides resources for items such as new clothing, diapers, formula, safe sleep furniture, specialized therapy and medical equipment to promote safety and improve outcomes for children. These are just a few of the ways CPTC helps to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families that are going through traumatic times.

International Students, Incorporated (ISI)

International Students Incorporated (ISI) seeks to help international students develop Christian
friendships while they are in the U.S. and share the love of Jesus as we serve and help students adapt to
American culture.

Our Mission

Students are separated from family and friends, often feel lonely and isolated and are unsure about how to relate to America’s culture and its people. Sadly, many international students are never invited into an American home. Many miss the opportunity to have an American friend.  ISI exists to provide community and family to International students.

During the year, ISI hosts many events for International students such as Big Howdy , Thanksgiving Feasts and Tejas.  These events expose students to American culture and give volunteers an opportunity to meet students.  You can provide food for these events and attend and meet some amazing students.  ISI also has a Friendship Partner program where students and Americans are matched and can meet together as often as possible.  It is a way of offering “family” to students while they are away from home.

Lezlie Langford
phone – (817) 681-6179
email – Lezlie Langford;

The Salvation Army has been serving those in need since 1865 when it was founded by William and Catherine Booth. Our church has a passion to help people who ended up on the margins of life. We believe that serving the lost and the least is the epitome of the ministry of Jesus. The mission statement of The Salvation Army says that: “Our mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His Name without discrimination.” In the Arlington/Mansfield corps of The Salvation Army we strive daily to do the most good through: Character Building programs, taking place on Wednesday nights. We always need volunteers to assist us in classrooms while teaching, on field trips and throughout the year for various activities. Our food pantry operates on Thursdays and throughout the day as well as the week we need volunteers to help us with preparing food bags, and their distribution. Our fundraising campaign is called the Red Kettle Campaign. It provides 25% of our year revenue. November 1st through December 24th we are always in a desperate need of volunteers who could bell ring for us at the assigned location helping us raise funds for those in need. One can save lives simply through ringing the bell. On the average an hour of Bellringing can raise money for 35 hot meals. No skills necessary, no certification needed to help those who are struggling! 

Our soup kitchen is feeding program for a homeless population. Every Saturday we prep meals for 50 people and serve them in the afternoon, in the post COVID time we will be providing showers as well. We need volunteers who can help us cook, serve meals, and clean up after the service. 

We are providing services to the senior population during our Friday morning senior club meetings and we need volunteers as well to assist us with that and to help us plan these meetings. The meetings take place 10 am – 12:30 pm. 

Help us do the most good and be the hands of Jesus in this world!

Our Facebook page is

Our phone number is (817)860-1836


Lt. Konstantin’s cell: (410)422-7117

Address: 712 W Abram, Arlington, TX


Crisis Ministries assists individuals and families in crisis by meeting many of their physical and spiritual needs. We are a 100% volunteer organization serving Irving for over 25 years. Our ministry-owned facility is located in Irving’s Heritage District. Your dollars directly support the work we do each day.  No hidden salaries since we are 100% volunteer managed and operated. We provide food, hygiene, baby products and other essential items to individuals and families. We provide road warriors with food, hygiene and basic needs 5 days a week and can provide emergency shelter assistance in extreme weather. We do need men at the ministry who can do lifting and other things.   We also have a need for drivers to pick up product at local Irving stores and elsewhere. 

CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA of Tarrant County is a national nonprofit that trains volunteers to advocate for children in foster care. Community volunteers are assigned to a current, ongoing case and meet with the foster child on a monthly basis to form a one-on-one relationship and gain unique insight into the case. The CASA Volunteer meets with involved parties and even speaks on behalf of the child in the court room to the judge. As a CASA Volunteer, you will have the opportunity to have a special impact on the life of a child and potentially change the trajectory of their life by speaking up for them, advocating for them, and ensuring that their voice is heard during a tumultuous time. Interested in learning more? Visit to get started.

The mission of the Miracle League DFW is to provide children and young adults the opportunity to play baseball regardless of their abilities and to promote community support and sponsorship of our organization. The players make every game special, but it’s the people who offer their time and friendship that make it possible.  Players are paired with a “Buddy” who helps them on and off the field. Buddies can be parents, students, athletes, business leaders, or any individuals or groups wishing to volunteer their time. We also need volunteer game day announcers and volunteers to help manage our new miracle league player parking lot.  Please contact us through our website for more information.

H.O.P.E. began in September of 1996 at Aldersgate United Methodist Church because the congregation wanted to help the children in the neighborhood. H.O.P.E. soon became a non-profit agency and a community-wide organization. Since then, we have served thousands of economically disadvantaged students in the Arlington area.

We seek to empower Arlington’s 3rd-8th graders to reach their full academic potential through free, individualized tutoring in order to strengthen students’ academic foundations now, so they can achieve better life outcomes later. The services provided by H.O.P.E. Tutoring Center, Inc. is made possible in part through a Community Development Block Grant from the City of Arlington through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The way men can help with our organization is by becoming a tutor to our students. By encouraging, motivating, and inspiring both our young men and women; they will build their confidence in both the classroom and out. To register to volunteer, please visit

In 1979, Arlington Charities began with a handful of volunteers distributing food to those in need. The nonprofit’s mission and primary function are to lead the battle against hunger and poverty for Arlington residents and those living within the Arlington I.S.D. boundaries. We provide supplemental groceries Monday-Friday with our drive-through food distribution where clients receive fresh supplemental groceries. Food includes fresh fruit and produce, a variety of bakery items, meats and deli, dairy, pantry staples, canned goods and more. Recipients must make an appointment online or by calling 817-275-1511 to receive services. 

We offer our senior clientele and those with mobility issues a grocery delivery program so that they could receive nutritious foods without having to choose between prescriptions or a healthy meal. Our case managers touch base with those enrolled in the program, not only to assess their needs but also to provide socialization. 

Additionally, Arlington Charities also provides ‘to-go’ nourishment for our unsheltered population every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during lunchtime. In addition to ready to eat food, these individuals also receive hygiene products, clothing, and other essentials as needed. 

It is with pride that we announce our newest recognition from the Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce as their ‘2021 Non-Profit of the Year’. Arlington Charities is always in need of volunteers and would love for you to join our team of Hunger Heroes. We have other ways to give back as well. Ask about our sponsorship opportunities, and donation drives help keep food on the table to nourish your neighbors who need it most.

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The mission of Beautiful Feet Ministries is to share the love of Christ by reaching out to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the poor and homeless in Fort Worth, Texas.
 “ . . . how beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!”  Romans 10:15
Find us at 1709 E Hattie Street.

Our key initiative is to educate the next generation of environmental stewards using the resources of River Legacy Park and River Legacy Living Science Center. Starting with children as young as 3 years old, our environmental education programs expose children to the wonders of nature and their place in it. Through education, we preserve the Trinity and its unique eco-system. pages!

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Looking for more ways to volunteer with River Legacy? 

Looking for more information about River Legacy?  About River Legacy – River Legacy Nature Center




Mission statement:  To enable people to live with dignity and independence by offering community support through nutritious meals and coordinated services that improve well-being.

Service Description: Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County provides nutritious, home-delivered meals and other needed services to the homebound, elderly, disabled, and food-insecure residents of Tarrant County, allowing them to remain living independently in their own homes, surrounded by a lifetime of memories.  Meals are delivered by caring volunteers who provide a daily safety check and a friendly smile to help combat social isolation.  There are no age or income requirements for home-delivered meals and no one is ever denied services based on their ability or willingness to make a voluntary contribution toward the services they receive.  Meals On Wheels of Tarrant County also provides professional case management, nutrition education and counseling, HomeMeds: Medication Reconciliation, Companion Pet Meals, minor home repairs, and our Client Services program through which we can provide lift chairs, wheelchairs, rollators, air conditioners, heaters, fans, hospital beds, toiletries as well as incontinence supplies and personal hygiene products, and so much more!

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BetterMan is for men who want something different, something better.

BetterMan helps men unleash the better man inside them by dismissing today’s toxic and passive cultural expressions of masculinity and empowering the timeless manhood fundamentals found in the Bible and in the person of Jesus Christ.

Mansfield Mission Center

Mansfield Mission Center empowers people with essential resources and fosters their independence. We offer a free medical clinic for adults who are uninsured and for families in crisis we have a free food market where clients can shop for their families. We also have a thrift store where many volunteers serve and our training center offers various classes throughout the year to help people live a more balanced, wholistic life. The neighbors we serve must live or work in the Mansfield ISD area. 

We use volunteers in multiple areas depending on skill and desire. The majority of our men and women who volunteer choose to serve at our Thrift Store because of the variety of options available. For more specialized skills, we try to plug them in where their expertise can be utilized. Please visit the volunteer tab on our website to find out more and to sign up as an individual or as a group.