As a volunteer, you can help the Presbyterian Night Shelter guide the journey from homeless to home for Fort Worth’s homeless community.

Meal Serving

Prepare and serve dinner at the following locations: Karl Travis Men's Center, Safe Haven, Patriot House and Morris Foundation Women and Children’s Center. Additionally, there is an opportunity to serve lunch at True Worth Place. These opportunities are available seven days a week. Volunteers can also choose to cater meals for our guests.


In-Kind Donation Organizing

Over the course of a year, we receive over 300,000 in-kind donation items that must be sorted and organized across campus.


Children’s Enrichment Activities

There is a significant need for enrichment activities for our homeless families. We welcome volunteers who would like to assist us in finding creative and engaging activities for our families.


Interior/Exterior Beautification

During the course of the year, there will be opportunities to refresh multiple areas of the shelter.


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True Worth Place Opportunities

At our central resource center and day shelter, volunteers can:

  • Receive and sort mail for guests who use True Worth Place as their address
  • Welcome guests at the front desk and offer assistance with any general questions
  • Wash, dry, fold and label each guest's laundry for pickup in the afternoon
  • Assist with life enrichment classes

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