Lubbock Dream Center 2017-09-29T03:22:33+00:00

Mission Statement

The Lubbock Dream Center is dedicated to investing in the lives of others, restoring hope and dignity, and increasing the ability of individuals and families to become self-sufficient. This organization is committed to those individuals and families in desperate need of a dream as well as those willing to help others reach their dream. From the humble beginning of walking blocks picking up trash, to an organization that serves 1,600 people weekly, the mission and vision has remained steadfast and true.

 

Get Involved

ActNow Needs

• We have regular need for gently used clothing for the U-Apparel clothing closet as well as volunteers to come and help sort and organize clothing. Clothing can be dropped off Monday – Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• Volunteers are needed to sort clothes and help those served find what they need. Volunteer hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturdays 8 a.m. to noon. Please contact Deedra Pinkert at dpinkert@cotrlubbock.com or 793-3336 to volunteer.
• Volunteers are needed to carry groceries out to those receive grocery distribution. This is needed every Saturday from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. and is a great opportunity to love on those in need and pray for them.

• We distribute groceries to 150-200 families each Saturday morning.  We are in need of volunteers that would like to demonstrate how to cook a healthy recipe.  The recipe and the main ingredients will be distributed in the grocery bags.  To learn more and sign up to volunteer in this unique ministry, please contact Cynthia Botello at 806-793-3336 or cbotello@cotrlubbock.com.

• We are currently seeking groups that might want to do face painting at our Back to School Bash on August 12.  Contact Zephare at zramirez@cotrlubbock.com if interested.

Ready to ActNow and sign up to serve?
Click here to complete our interest form and our liaison will contact you!

Phone Number

Pastor Dean Richards, (806) 793-3336

Legacy LogoThe Lubbock Dream Center is set to open its New Legacy Home for Women in the near future, providing women in crisis an opportunity to write a new life story, discover their destiny in God and change the legacy they leave for future generations. Women will come to the faith-based discipleship program for 15 months, during which they will receive life skills training, financial coaching, physical fitness, counseling, Bible study, computer training, volunteering, Celebrate Recovery and connection with the larger community for support and encouragement. This all culminates in a graduation service.