Since 1969, Dallas 24 Hour Club has provided safe, sober, transitional living for homeless men and women seeking a brand-new life away from drugs and alcohol. Dallas 24 Hour Club was founded to have a place open 24 hours per day for individuals suffering from alcoholism and drug addiction who were seeking help.
The best way to get involved is to email firstname.lastname@example.org or to fill out the volunteer form.
Although there aren't many volunteer opportunities since residents handle the upkeep of the house, help is needed in the clothes closet with organizing, sorting sizes, etc. The clothes closet holds donated apparel, shoes, bags, etc. that intakes and residents can go through as they need items.
The recent pandemic made it impossible for The 24 to hold its usual in-person dining event, so they have pivoted to produce a cookbook titled Cooking At Home: A Collection Of Recipes Created By Dallas’ Top Chefs From Their Home To Yours.
Select Dallas chefs were asked to submit recipes that that were approachable and relatable — dishes that they make at home for their families. The result is a cookbook that is fun, informative, and approachable. Cost is $43 with discounts for bulk orders of 20 or more copies.