What Gives: Small ways to help neighborhood nonprofits


… to Homeward Bound Inc. The nonprofit substance abuse and mental health treatment center in Oak Cliff serves more than 6,000 people a year. All of the center’s clients have substance abuse problems, and almost all of them require public assistance and scholarships to get help. Almost half of them are homeless, and most have mental health disorders. The center’s clients always need clothing, shoes and toiletries. The center also needs cleaning supplies, paper towels, toilet paper, bath towels, washcloths and bed linens. The center also takes credit card donations through its website, homewardboundinc.org.


… during Art Conspiracy 6, at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 23 in a warehouse at 511 W. Commerce. The event this year benefits Today Marks the Beginning, a nonprofit that uses art to teach children about non-violence. The event will feature performances from Ishi, Seryn and Dem Southernfolkz, plus work from 150 local artists. Tickets are $10, and opening bids for artwork are $20. More information is available at artconspiracy.org.

Know of ways that neighbors can spend time, attend an event, or purchase or donate something to benefit a neighborhood nonprofit? Email your suggestion to launch@advocatemag.com.

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