Come help beautify the lobby, dining hall, kitchen and admin area of our Re-entry center in Fort Worth, Texas. We are looking for groups of (5) five to no more than (10) ten to assist us in painting these areas in our re-entry facility. Our clients will be thankful for beautifying the these areas.
The CDC guidelines will be adhered to, spaces will be marked for social distancing guidelines and masks will be required. Coordinate a group of your colleagues, church members, fraternity or sorority sisters or brothers and we can schedule a flexible time for your group to assist us with these tasks. There are several opportunities available with flexible time scheduling.
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Avenue J is a re-entry program for men and women exiting in the Federal Bureau of Prisons. This program works with clients to help them successfully re-enter the community following their release.
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