Reverse Food Truck
The Reverse Food Truck, an outreach of NorthPark Presbyterian Church, seeks to reduce food insecurities in Dallas by collecting donations, both non-perishable and monetary, for our community partners like Vickery Meadow Food Pantry.
Rather than serving food, our food truck does the opposite!
Think of it as a food drive on wheels. 100% of your contribution goes toward reversing hunger in Dallas!Learn More
Casa de Vida
Casa de Vida is a respite program for the caregiver of a loved one diagnosed with dementia, including Alzheimer's, being cared for at home.
With Alzheimer’s disease it can be said that there are two victims – the patient and the caregiver. Medical care is available to the patient but, all too often, the caregiver struggles alone through the 24-hour task of caring for their loved one. Respite programs for caregivers are few and can be costly.
Casa de Vida began as an onsite respite program. When COVID-19 hit and the community went into lockdown, caregivers entered an isolated world of round-the-clock caregiving. In response, Casa shifted to an online program to continue providing caregivers respite and participants stimulation. Open to persons of all faiths, races and ethnicities, Online Casa de Vida meets via Zoom for an hour on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
To learn more about Casa de Vida, please contact Ellen Mata, Director of Missions and Older Adult Programs.