"we don't ask why, we just provide"
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Homelessness isn't seasonal. Help us serve those in need by:
"HELP A FAMILY"
OUR MISSION and story
Wife, mother and Director of Operations at CCA
MOST RECENT Project
The mission of The Pearson Project is to provide for those in need and to show that they have not been forgotten.
It all started Easter 2012 while finishing our dinner and something came over me. I excused myself from the table and went to the local grocery store to purchase a few to go containers...
Forty of these families are working with the City of Dallas - Office of Community Care and most of them have recently moved into their first home. Many have few possessions.
The other thirty families are at 6 elementary schools in the Denton ISD community and have been recognized by their counselors and teachers as needing assistance for this holiday.
~ 10,275 meals served since 2012 ~
~ 351 Families Adopted since 2013 ~
We serve the homeless on the streets of Dallas
and Denton, Texas by providing: food - hygiene kits - pillows - socks - blankets - jackets and other
items necessary for survival.
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Forty of these families are referred by the City of Dallas - Office of Community Care and most of them have recently moved into their first home. Many have few possessions.
The other 30 families are from 5 elementary schools in the Denton ISD community and have been recognized by their counselors or teachers as needing assistance for this holiday.
100% of all donations go to help those in need.
The Pearson Project
BECAUSE YOU CAN
A New Way To Serve
The Pearson Project will be celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday in a different manner this year. As the needs in our surrounding communities increase, we would like to focus closer to home. Counselors at our 6 DISD neighborhood elementary schools have identified 40 families in need and we would like to provide their Thanksgiving meals.
The Pearson Boys
The boys, ranging from age 10 to 24 are a major part of the organization