Serving the battered women and children of the Tarrant county area 


Physical Address (not mailing address) - 9125 Rumfield Road, North Richland Hills, TX 76182 P 817-427-1111              Mailing Address- I Can Still Shine Program  729 Grapevine Hwy, Hurst, Texas 76054  


All events are on the second Saturdays of each month, at 10 am.   Events are FREE and open to abused women and children.  Moms get free haircuts, manicures, makeovers, pedicures, hot lunch, gifts, and free shopping at our clothing boutique.

Volunteers are needed ages 16 and older.  The Volunteer application is above.  Volunteers please arrive 30 minutes before event for a short meeting and wear a solid red shirt or sweater if possible..    

If you would like to volunteer please call our offices at 817-427-1111.

**Children ages 4-18 are allowed at all events .**


2017 Calendar Events

​March 18 – Birdville Baptist Church – 3141 Carson St. Haltom City 

​April 8  – Word of Love – 1860 Precinct Line Road, Hurst 76054 Ronnie & Shirlene Moore

May 20  – Westwind Church 1300 Sarah Brooks Dr, Keller, Pastor Kyle Dennis

June 10  – LDS Church – 4805 NE Loop 820, N. Richland Hills, Speaker


Click here to apply


​  Volunteers

Volunteers are also needed at our Warehouse and Monthly Events!  Volunteers are needed ages 16 and older.  To volunteer please click on the application and submit it to us.  Volunteers please arrive 30 minutes before event.  Our I Can Still Shine Events are listed below under "Events".  We have vents on the second Saturday of ever month.  We also need help stocking our food bank and hanging up clothes and organizing our Clothing Boutique (weekly and daily).  We also always needs teenagers boys and dads who like to mow to help us keep our facility looking good.  We have Five acres and there is always something to do it seems. Thank you for your support!!!


Please call our office today if you can help at 817-427-1111.


 Volunteering connects you to others.
One of the better-known benefits of volunteering is the impact on the community. Unpaid volunteers are often the glue that holds a community together. Volunteering allows you to connect to your community and make it a better place. Even helping out with the smallest tasks can make a real difference to the lives of people. And volunteering is a two-way street: It can benefit you and your family as much as the cause you choose to help. Dedicating your time as a volunteer helps you make new friends, expand your network, and boost your social skills.