Become a Catalyst of Hope!



Ongoing Opportunities…

Daily Operations   more info

  • Front Desk Administrative Support
  • General Office volunteers (greet visitors, answer phones)
  • Database Assistants
  • Event Prep
  • Food Drive Assistants
  • Project Coordinators
  • Volunteer Coordinators

New Hope Center   more info

  • Greet and welcome guests
  • Sort and restock clothing
  • Sort and restock food pantry
  • Counsel with guests
  • Volunteer requirement
  • Court ordered community service hours
  • Warehouse - moving pallets
  • General food sorting/organizing

All daily ops and NHC volunteers must attend a volunteer orientation. Orientations are the second Thursday of every month at 4 PM.

Click here to register for orientation!

Family Serve Day   more info

  • Groups and families serve together 
  • Volunteer jobs that suite every age
  • Events start at 9:00am and conclude by 12:00pm

Momentum   more info

  • Mentors

Please send all community service hour verification requests to


Make a Donation


There are several ways to give your time, talent, and treasure to support community mobilization bringing Hope to the hopeless here at 6 Stones!

Your gift can make a direct impact in the community, whether it's a one-time donation, a recurring financial gift, or an in-kind contribution, YOU are a Catalyst of Hope!

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What Our Neighbors Are Saying

And The impact you can make

"Kids need to be able to start school with the essential tools to learn… that is a tremendous gap that 6 Stones fills for our students and our parents. [Without 6 Stones] there would be a lot of needs that would go unmet in this school district, because we can only do so much."

Superintendent, Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD

“What 6 Stones did in my life, I might not have known elsewhere… we had other agencies that we went to get food, but none is like 6 Stones. They care about you holistically. What we got here, I don’t think I would have gotten anywhere else. I don’t think there are two communities like HEB, with 6 Stones in the middle.”

Volunteer, Former New Hope Guest

"We at the bank look to make financial lives better. Money doesn’t buy happiness, but if you can remove some of the strife, people can grow because they’re not worried about all of these other things… you are an anchor in their storm. 6 Stones provides a way for them to stop the swirl and move forward instead of moving backwards."

Bank of America

"This place is really important. I don’t even know if y’all realize how important it is, even just from the littlest things that y’all do. I don’t think you realize that, sometimes, it really saves peoples’ lives. In a whole ‘nother meaning from ‘you feed people, you clothe people.’ You give people hope where they may not have it otherwise."

Guest, New Hope Center

HEB ISD students on free-reduced lunch
Homeless Students in HEB ISD
"Working Poor" in our community
Per-Capita v Median Income (Tarrant)