At present, due to COVID restrictions, Camp Hope LVT will be held in outdoor settings at local schools on one Saturday each month. (Please note: camp dates, times and locations will vary month to month.) These camps serve children and their families by providing a safe environment to have fun and learn about Jesus and the Bible. Volunteers will be given a short training session, then assigned a job with instructions upon arrival for each Camp.
Volunteers over 18 must complete an application, pass a background check, and complete Ministry Safe training before working with any children.
9516 CAMP BOWIE WEST BLVD STE A, FORT WORTH, TX 76116, US
In Christ-like service, equipping and empowering people to live a successful, joy-filled life.
West Fort Worth Center of Hope is a nonprofit organization purposed to help families in our community thrive. By building trusting relationships, we help struggling families find stability. Once achieved, we move forward with them to develop a plan of action to guide them to self-sufficiency. Our mission is accomplished through the efforts of our caring staff, volunteers, and partners as well as the programs and services we offer.
The long-standing and award-winning Parker County Center of Hope established West Fort Worth Center of Hope as an independent non-profit with full access to its extensive ministry system in the Spring of 2019. This included all the supporting infrastructure for its classes & programs developed over the past 20+ years. This ambitious step was taken to give WFWCOH immediate access to the tools it needs to help individuals and families living in the Las Vegas Trail (LVT) area of Tarrant County move forward into self-sufficiency.
Today, West Fort Worth Center of Hope is in the "start-up" phase with a high priority given to providing assistance to individuals and families in this community - Now. Even as a brand-new organization, West Fort Worth Center of Hope has already established two active Programs, namely LVT Community Outreach and Workforce Development.