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Family Empowerment

Family Empowerment

See below our Health Cafe schedule for September 5 – November 21! Join us on Thursdays in the Family Empowerment room, and contact Linda Leal at with any questions. Click here for a printable flyer.

All Stars

Center of Hope offers weekly after school programs in low-income neighborhoods that focus on elementary and middle school students. Through mentoring relationships and a focus on education, volunteers use games, crafts and homework help to empower students with new ways to learn, better ways to manage emotions and encourage kids to reach their fullest potential.

For more information, please contact Linda Leal at

Fall 2019 All Stars Locations

Cypress View Clubhouse

September 17th – November 19th

Tuesdays at 3:00 – 4:45 pm

Fox Hollow Club House

September 19th – November 21

Thursdays at 3:00 – 4:45 pm


Flood Study Club

Do you feel like your drowning? Feeling overwhelmed?
We are here to help and Flood you with blessings.

Flood establishes meaningful relationships with students in order to empower them to overcome their academic, relational and spiritual roadblocks.

  • Free Meal provided
  • Boost your academic performance with Homework help & Tutoring
  • Build strong & positive Friendships
  • Mentorship
  • Creative activities
  • Bible Study

Peaster High School Cafeteria
for 6th-12th grade students
Mondays | 4-6pm | Hosted by Greenwood Baptist Church + Center of Hope

For more information:
Emily Hand (Greenwood Leader): 817-694-7265 |
Chelsea Whitehead (Greenwood Leader): 817-596-8302 |
Linda Leal (Center of Hope’s Family and Church Relations Coordinator):

Camp Hope

In 2005, Center of Hope began its Camp Hope summer food program to combat hunger issues for low-income children who no longer receive free and reduced school lunches. Since then, Camp Hope has expanded to 11 different camps held in low-income neighborhoods around Parker County.

While at camp, children are able to eat a healthy meal that they learned to prepare using safe preparation methods that can be easily duplicated in the home. They also receive a week’s worth of groceries that will last until their next day at camp. Although Camp Hope was initially developed to help with food assistance, we have expanded our offerings to include Bible studies, a library where children have the opportunity to take home books to build their own personal library, life skill lessons, recreational activities and fun learning games. But most importantly, over 200 Camp Hope volunteers offer positive, mentoring support to the over 500 children who attend camp each summer.

For more information about Camp Hope and volunteer opportunities, please contact Linda Leal at


Contact Us

Please call 817-594-0266 or complete the form below and we will be in contact shortly.