Volunteer Orientation Sessions to be held on the third Sunday of every month at 4PM at the MKOC shelter
All new volunteers must be 18 years old and up to volunteer at the MKOC shelter. Please attend an orientation session before you volunteer.
Also, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you're coming so we have an idea of how many will be in attendance.
Orientation will consist of a tour, a brief presentation about volunteer opportunities/tasks as well as shifts you may choose from. Sessions will last about an hour.
17th Annual Monsignor King Open is Monday, May 11th!
Add it to your calendar and start putting your teams together. It is always a great time and a good way to support MKOC!!!
Stay tuned for more details ... coming soon!!!
Betty Kay has stepped aside after10 years of Service at MKOC.
Look here to see the article in the Denton Record Chronicle:
Been There, Done That - Was a Great Success!!!
There are not enough words to say thank you to Donna Trammell and her incredibly gifted fellow singers, pianist and stage manager who entertained us last night with hilarious songs and antics. Our fabulous community of supporters responded with a standing ovation. Thank you to the Denton City Federation of Women’s Club for the “groovy” decorations and use of their wonderful facility. Thank you also to Lantana Country Club, Meltzer’s, Greenhouse Restaurant, Hannah’s Off
the Square, Ravelin, Leslie Hinzman and Claire Nieswiadomy for the delicious food and beverages.
As the Monsignor King Outreach Center transitions to a fulltime evening shelter with an enhanced program to help some of the most vulnerable in our society become self-sufficient, we look forward to seeing you at the shelter and future fundraisers.
Thank you again to everyone who performed, attended, decorated, donated or helped to make the evening a success. Here are a few pictures from the event.
POSTPONED to May 23rd
"Our Daily Bread 1,000,000th Meal Served Carnival" on 8/22/19
... and MKOC worked the popcorn booth.
We had help from a city council member, Paul Meltzer, as well as Pat Hutton and Claire Nieswiadomy from MKOC.