In collaboration with community organizations and private, state and federal agencies, provide services, resources, and workshops/seminars which promote Healing, Empowerment/education, Leadership, and Prosperity within the local community. In January 2003 Project H.E.L.P. hosted its first workshop which addressed the issue of financial management. Current community workshops address family fitness, health and wellness.
Established April 2012. The program provides a weekly weekend supply of non-perishable nutritious food for over 430 local school children, grades k-12, who have been identified by school officials as having food insecurity.
The Montgomery Area Food Bank (MAFB) delivers fresh produce, dairy products, and other food and grocery items directly to a distribution site at True Divine to distribute to those in the community who have need for food. When the MAFB truck arrives at the TDCD site, volunteers place the food in bags for distribution to waiting cars of people. Qualification to receive food is based on income.
(June 2019) TDCD in partnership with the Montgomery Area Food Bank (MAFB) and the USDA agency provides supplementary food packages to low income seniors who are 60+years young. Clients are required to register. Program currently serves over 100 seniors.
Provide fresh vegetables and fruits to those who are hungry in our community. The garden also serves as an intergenerational teaching/education tool for those who live in the local community.
9:00 am & 10:30 am
Youth Church and Nursery
Wednesday: 6:30 pm
(Adult and Youth)