Collection Ministries

Prestonwood Cares becomes the “hands and feet of Christ” when there is a need in our community. At times, these opportunities appear regularly in areas of need such as collections of food supplies, school backpacks or Christmas gifts for children. And there are times when opportunities arise suddenly because of a need that has been quickly identified, and action is taken to solve the problem in the name of Christ.



The Hunger Project, a Prestonwood Cares initiative, seeks to help alleviate hunger by partnering with ministries to provide food resources to food-insecure individuals and families in the name of Jesus Christ.

Food collection bins are located outside of each Prestonwood campus for non-perishable food donations — canned food, boxed food and bagged food that won’t easily spoil.


The challenge is real. In our North Texas community alone, nearly 200,000 students qualify for the federal lunch assistance program, thereby placing them on the poverty list. Most, if not all, of these students will also be faced with a dilemma at the beginning of each new school year. How does one find the money to purchase school supplies, which can easily cost more than $50, not including the cost of a backpack to carry those supplies?

With donations of school supplies, we can help remove this challenge.

Click here for more information about the current School Pak drive.


In partnership with Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child, Prestonwood Cares operates one of the largest collection centers in the country. Each year, tens of thousands of Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes make their way to one of our North Texas campuses, and are then distributed around the world to children affected by war, poverty, famine or other tragic circumstances.