Dallas, TX, August 20, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The Metropolitan Dream Center, Inc. will host the 12th Annual Harvest Fest on Saturday, November 14th, 2015 from 8:00am to 2:00pm at Cedar Crest CME Church, 1616 East Illinois Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75216, which is pastored by Rev. Van C. Williams. The Harvest Fest is the Metropolitan Dream Center’s premier annual event that impacts hundreds who are homeless and impoverished in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The Harvest Fest provides food, clothing, medical screenings, blankets, and much more for hundreds of indigent individuals and families.
Last year Metropolitan Dream Center was blessed to impact over 1,100 lives with the support of nearly 500 volunteers. The Organization expects to impact nearly 2,000 lives during this year’s event.
In addition to event’s providing much needed social services, there will be a play area with fun activities for children, as well as barbers that will provide complimentary haircuts to the attendants.
Margaret James, Executive Director of the Metropolitan Dream Center, says, “We welcome the disadvantaged and impoverished in our local community to our 12th Annual Harvest Fest.” The Harvest Fest is a collaborative effort of DFW churches, businesses, and community groups who support the mission of Metropolitan Dream Center – to feed, clothe, serve, and minister the indigent and educate them on social services available for their betterment.
Major sponsors include: Greater Memorial Baptist Church, Triumph Church, Lamb of God Missionary Baptist Church, St. Mark AME Zion Church, New Leaf Missionary Baptist Church, Believers Hope Family Church, Greater New Vision Christian Center, New Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Life in Christ Family Church, Greater Ebenezer Bible Church, Bethsaida Baptist Church, New True Vine Miracle Tabernacle, Doug Hunt & Access Storage, CT’s Barbeque, Top Ladies of Distinction Dallas, Glendale Presbyterian Church, Durham School, South Texas Dental, Impact Church, Greater Peoples Baptist Church, Beckley Hills Baptist Church, Greater Dallas Coalition, and many more.
Since 1990, the Metropolitan Dream Center has served the disadvantaged by providing assistance in the areas of finances, clothing, medical care, and food. Its goal is to educate its target audience out of persistent social ailments, while meeting the spiritual and physical needs of its constituency. For more information, please contact Evelyn Wilkins (972-322-0496), Winetta Williams (214-434-4761), or Cynthia Leffall-Staley (469-733-2265) or visit www.MetropolitanDreamCenter.org.