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Transform Dallas Annual Workday of Service

Prestoncrest is pitching in again this year to help COVER DALLAS WITH LOVE!

2017 workday: April 8, 2017 ~ Signups going on NOW ~ See worksite info below...

These are the different Service Options that PC is focusing on in the NORTHEAST QUADRANT of Dallas.

**When signing up, there are 4 tabs at the top of the page (NE, NW, SE & SW) so be sure you are in the NORTHEAST TAB!**

1 NE - Community Clean Up
4 NE - School Classroom Organization
12 NE - Rec Center Clean Up
15 NE - Prayer Wall

(More options may be added, also, so check back!)

 

Note these specific #NE codes below to find a group to sign up so you can be working alongside others at Prestoncrest.

SIGN UP ONLINE @ http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0d45a8ad23a46-northeast1

 

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With 250 worksites & 4,000+ volunteer opportunities each year on this special day... Prestoncrest is here to help COVER DALLAS WITH LOVE!

Prestoncrest is thankful to be one of the churches working closely with long-time partners, Dallas Leadership Foundation to help facilitate this excellent, city-wide service event.  PC members are called to serve each year with our Dallas neighbors on this special day, and beyond!

This event is part of an ongoing, key partnership with Dallas Leadership Foundation. With this effort, Prestoncrest strives to serve our community alongside neighbors from different denominational, racial, class, and political backgrounds. Volunteers are recruited each year to pitch in with activities such as painting, landscaping yards, preparing and delivering care packages, serving residents in nursing homes, prayer walks, and much more. This collective effort includes volunteers from different backgrounds working together on over 100 projects.

Signups happen each year, usually in late February, and the event is held in early April.

Find out more about this annual event online at www.dlftx.org/transform-dallas.

For more information about Prestoncrest's role, contact Gary Cochran, Urban Missions minister.