Celebration Tickets on Sale!
Join us at this year’s Celebration gala on Saturday, March 30th with Elizabeth Smart, a child activist who was abducted at the age of 14 from her home.
There will be an outstanding silent auction with over 100 unique items, a first-rate dinner and the opportunity to hear Elizabeth’s story. All funds from the night help keep the doors open to the Serve Denton Center and The Wheeler House.
Collaboration at its Finest
When local nonprofits office in the same location, they can increase collaboration to better serve those in need to help people become self-sufficient.
Affordable Shared Office Space
Serve Denton provides affordable office space to nonprofits so they can put more of their donation dollars toward their mission instead of overhead costs.
Services in One Location
Serve Denton’s vision is to be a one-stop-shop for social services so those in need only have to visit one location to receive the services they need.
When a family falls on hard times, finding help can be overwhelming. And when nonprofits are spread out, it can be difficult to find the organizations that can help, let alone find the transportation.
Serve Denton was created as a solution.
Our solution is to have multiple nonprofit agencies on the same campus, so those in need only have to visit one location to receive the help they need, making social services more accessible.
When nonprofits are officing in the same building, this increases their collaboration and communication, which helps our neighbors get back on their feet more quickly.
This is our self-sufficiency ladder.
Our vision is to fill the rungs of this ladder by having a nonprofit address each one of these areas of need. This way, there is easier access to social services in Denton County so those in need can quickly get back on their feet and escape poverty.