Dallas Hope Charities in the community and in the news. See our media partners stories about the lives being touched by our programs:
NBC 5 reports on volunteers serving hope and a hot breakfast with dignity to those in need in our community. Breakfast with Dallas Hope Charities serves around 250 people every Saturday morning and we rely on volunteers and donations to make it happen.
NBC 5 reports on the first LGBTQ Focused Homeless Shelter Opens in Dallas. Studies show LGBTQ youth and young adults are 120 percent more likely to become homeless than their heterosexual counterparts. The outreach arm of a Dallas church is taking a small step to help the vulnerable population.
More than a million and a half teens experience homelessness each year in our country. 40 percent of those kids identify as LGBTQ. Nearly half say they're homeless because their family rejected them. In this CW33 segment, "Morning Hope," learn how Dallas Hope Center plans to help those teens put a roof over their heads.
December 6, 2017
DSNews highlights Dallas Hope Charities participation in better lending practices to eliminate LGBT discrimination in the practice.