We provide Hope with love to those experiencing challenging times.
2020 YTD:
0 People Helped
0 lbs of Food Distributed
0 Clothes Distributed
0 People Financially Assisted

Our Programs

A number of programs exist to help with emergency aid and/or self-sufficiency.
Food Pantry: White Rock Center of Hope

Food Pantry

Our food pantry program distributes 435,000 pounds of food valued at over $445,000 to families in need each year. Over 75% of the food we distribute is donated by supporters.

Clothing Closet: White Rock Center of Hope

Clothing Closet

Families may come once every three months, with each seasonal change, and select four outfits per family member. Over 81,000 pieces of clothing are distributed annually in addition to the clothing that we share with other area agencies. Household items and bedding are generally distributed when it is available once a year.

Financial Assistance: White Rock Center of Hope

Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is provided one time in a twelve month period to help families avoid eviction and loss of utilities. We are able to give over $95,000 a year to people in need.

Transportation Assistance: White Rock Center of Hope

Transportation Assistance

Bus Passes are provided for transportation to doctors' appointments or job interviews.

School Supplies: White Rock Center of Hope

School Supplies

Any donated school supplies and backpacks are passed along to DISD elementary schools in our service area.

We are located at 10021A Garland Road, near the intersection of Garland and Peavy Roads. There is ample parking and easy access from Garland Road by car or Dallas Area Rapid Transit – Buses #060 and #467 stop in front of the Center.

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Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Saturday from 9 a.m. until Noon

Clients must be signed in at least one hour before closing in order to be interviewed and assisted before closing.
The White Rock Center of Hope offers assistance to residents of Dallas zip codes:

75214, 75218, 75223, 75228, 75238
Please bring photo identification, proof of address and a social security card for each family member to receive services. Clients seeking financial aid should first call for an appointment and must bring the items above as well as an eviction or disconnect notice.