Community Outreach Dinners
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
103 people are interested
Believers United for Progress, a 501(c)(3) organization, was created in 2004 and incorporated in 2007, for the purpose of strengthening the community. We are mainly active in the Durham, North Carolina area, with strong ties to the Hayti neighborhood. By utilizing grants and donations we provide basic necessities like food to the people of the community through the Child Adult Care Program (CACFP) and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). We have a strong focus on at-risk children and their families, which provides us with opportunities for new programs. With our ability to provide food and books we also provide for people in the community to come together and to have a place to give back, thus reinvesting in the communities themselves.
To learn more about BUFP, please visit our website: http://www.believersunitedforprogress.org/about-us/
Past participants have been individuals, group homes, homeless shelters, senior citizen groups, and struggling neighborhood families from Triangle communities. At the Community Outreach Dinner event, each attendee is served a delicious and nutritious meal. Local social service agencies and other non-profits organizations participate to provide information, outreach and services on site. Entertainment is part of the day’s activities and different presentations are made throughout the program. Supporters such as elected officials and corporate representatives often attend the event. The Community Outreach Dinner event serves about 500 people four times a year.
Different presentations are made throughout the program. Supporters such as elected officials and corporate representatives often attend the event. The Community Outreach Dinner event serves about 500 people four times a year.
About Believers United For Progress
2530 Meridian Pkwy, Durham, NC 27713, Durham, NC 27713, US
The mission of Believers United for Progress is to build a better community through people working together for the reconstruction of family values through moral, social, economic development and comprehensive vocational training. The goal of the organization is to use social contact and engagement for the good and excellence of mankind, and help to fulfill the needs of our communities.
mentoring young men program hype
senior feeding program
food distribution program
affordable housing program
neigborhood clean up program
out reach dinner program
vocational training program
adopt a family program
books for kids program
We'll work with your schedule.
W.D. Hill Community Center1308 Fayettville StreetDurham, NC 27707
- People 55+