Serve Denton provides affordable office space for local nonprofit agencies.

The Serve Denton Center is one of Serve Denton’s nonprofit centers. This 32,500 square foot building on five acres of land can accommodate many nonprofit service providers in one convenient location at an affordable price.

When nonprofit agencies are officing together, those in need can access a variety of services in one location instead of searching all around town to find help.

 
Without Serve Denton, Youth & Family Counseling would not have been able to establish a second location in Northern Denton County.
— Eren Turner, Former Executive Director of Youth & Family Counseling
It’s been very helpful to have the tangible space at Serve Denton not only because of the signage, but because of their wide network.
— Heather Hutmacher, Big Brothers Big Sisters Executive Director

 

Interested in Affordable Space?

The Serve Denton Center Classroom and Conference Room are available for rent Monday–Thursday, 9:00 am–5:00 pm for nonprofits and businesses!

 
 
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Classroom

  • Use: Meetings, Trainings, Information Sessions 
  • Specifications: 667 sq ft
  • Includes: 1 dry erase board, tables and chairs 
  • Minimum Occupancy: 5
  • Maximum Occupancy: Approximately 25 classroom-style
Conference Room Rental Space

Conference Room

  • Use: Special Events, Board Meetings 
  • Size: 1042 sq ft
  • Includes: 1 dry erase board, tables and chairs, 2 LCD screens for presentations
  • Minimum Occupancy: 20
  • Maximum Occupancy: Approximately 40 seated at tables and 60 lecture-style
 

 

What is Serve Denton?

Learn more about how Serve Denton works by watching this video.


The Serve Denton Center

Serve Denton
306 N Loop 288
Denton, TX 76209
(off Market St)

 
 

Current Nonprofit Partners

Nonprofit Partners Coming Soon …

 
Serve Denton Self-Sufficiency Ladder

 

Is your nonprofit interested in officing at Serve Denton?

We are always looking for new nonprofit agencies to partner alongside! Our goal is to fill the rungs of our self-sufficiency ladder with service providers so more of our neighbors can reach the path to becoming self-sufficient.