What We Do

We provide 4 days supply of groceries for at risk working class families.

Through our Community Care Units in the area.

Community Care Units provided a 4 hour window for families to pick up their groceries in locations located near their homes.

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Who We Assist

We are able to provide our services in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth Area

Every week we service the working class families, veterans, single parent homes, seniors and kids through the programs we provide.

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Why We Do It

There are times in some lives that times get hard. Someone loses a job, medical issues arise, divorces, and circumstances of living. We know many people have no where to turn. So we step with our hand out to lift them up. It brings smiles to faces where there were frowns. This is the why...Join Us in our endeavors.

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Our Main Message

Matt.25:35-36 "For I was hungry and you gave Me food; I was thirsty and you gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in; was naked and you clothed Me; I was sick and you visited Me; I was in prison and you came to Me." 

Established in April 2010,
Dare 2 Inc. a nonprofit organization, began operating under the leadership of Dare to Believe Ministries. We provided food for people who were at risk of hunger. From the distribution center in Midlothian, Texas these Community Care Units have served the communities of Midlothian, Texas (hub), Seagoville, Texas (#1) and Red Oak,Texas (#2). In the first four months, Dare 2 Inc. distributed more than 150,000 pounds of food and non-food essentials to over 275 families through these communities.
In August 2010, Dare 2 Inc. in responds to the growing demand for Hunger Relief Efforts we started establishing church base Community Care Units at Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church (#3), Mt.Hebron Baptist Church (4#) Emmanuel Fellowship Baptist Church(#5), McKinney Area Ministerial Alliance (#6), True Love Bible Church (#7), God Regeneration Church (#8) and Christ Way Fellowship Bible Church (#10). These churches have distributed more than 8,500,000 pounds of food and non-food essentials and served over 45,000 families in their communities.
Hunger remains a serious problem in America; the Community Care Units have enrolled more than 125,000 families since its inception. Nearly 37 percent of the people served by the units are children, 10 percent or veterans and another 12 percent are elderly. Forty percent of the families served are the working class people who work hard and still have to choose between eating and other basic necessities such as medicine, daycare, and housing.




How You Can Assist In The Fight Against Hunger

We are very grateful to our corporate donors, businesses, individuals and in kind donations from the public. We are always looking for continue support in areas of volunteers, become an advocate against hunger, donate food, or money. Explore your options and find out what's best for you, your community organization or your company.