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To assist community members in need of help with providing their family a Thanksgiving meal, Dream Center Dallas is hosting a drive thru event on Wednesday, November 23th at 3:00 p.m., until supplies last, for families to pick up a free holiday meal kit. The kit will include all of the items needed for a complete Thanksgiving meal, including dessert. The event will be held in the parking lot of the new Dream Center Dallas building that is currently being renovated. The address is 1900 S. Ewing Ave, Dallas, TX 75216. 

Families in the community that may otherwise not have a complete traditional Thanksgiving meal can pick up the meal kit to enjoy with their families for the holiday. No registration is required to pick up the supplies.

Community members can help by volunteering to work the event or donating funds for the meal kits. To sign up to volunteer, visit To donate financially, visit

“Dream Center Dallas serves as a resource for Dallasites that need immediate or long-term assistance and support for certain life challenges, and we hope these Thanksgiving meal kits provide our community members joy and a chance to celebrate the holiday with their loved ones,” says Kacie Kintz, Dream Center Dallas Director. 

TheDream Centerfirst began in Los Angeles in 1994, serving as a resource center focused on providing support to those affected by homelessness, hunger, and lack of education through residential and community outreach programs. In 2020, Pastors Dustin and Jamie Bates established Dream Center Dallas, after partnering with LA Dream Center, in order to provide resources and services in the areas of education, homelessness, hunger, poverty, addiction, abuse, and human trafficking within Dallas.

Dream Center Dallas is currently converting The Gospel Lighthouse Church, originally built in 1948, to be the hub of ministry and provide multiple outreach opportunities. Merriman Anderson Architects is the architect for the renovation.

For more information about Dream Center Dallas, visit, or contact

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