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AmazonSmile

AmazonSmile in support of Wilkinson Center

by Laura Ingrim The holidays are the busiest shopping season of the year, and more people than ever are choosing to shop online instead of...

Assembly Kit Project for Volunteer Groups

by Laura Ingrim When large volunteer groups want to serve with Wilkinson Center, we are often limited in what opportunities we can offer. Wilkinson Center’s...
Munger Place

Wilkinson Center’s 40th Anniversary

by Laura Ingrim Wilkinson Center is thrilled to be celebrating our 40th anniversary this year! In September of 1982, Reverend Clayton Lewis of Munger Place...

Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon: Celebrating 40 Years of Service

by Laura Ingrim Volunteers are vital to Wilkinson Center’s mission and our work in the community. On September 9, 2022, we were thrilled to host...

Spirit of Taos: A one-of-a-kind fundraising event

by Laura Ingrim Wilkinson Center’s annual fundraising event, Spirit of Taos, is coming up on October 14th. This unique event is a southwestern-theme soiree consisting...

Happy Birthday, Pantry2Go Truck!

By Laura Ingrim Back on July 28, 2021, Wilkinson Center officially launched our newest program – the Pantry2Go food delivery truck! This 16-foot refrigerated truck...
July-2022-Carlin-Morris-Back-to-School-Drive-blog

The Carlin Morris Back-to-School Drive

There’s nothing like back-to-school season: the anticipation of new classes and teachers; the eagerness to see friends again after the long summer break; the brand-new school supplies ready to be utilized. But while the start of a new school year is an exciting time for most families, many parents struggle to provide basic school necessities for their children.
Non-Profit

Why Work for a Nonprofit Organization?

There are approximately 1.5 million nonprofit organizations in the United States alone! In fact, the nonprofit sector currently employs more than 10% of the total workforce in the US. So why are people choosing to work at a nonprofit?

Why Kids Need Our Support This Summer

Did you know that Dallas ISD provides free breakfast and lunch to ALL their students? Since 2013, Dallas ISD has operated a program where all of their students have access to free meals, regardless of family income. This is an amazing benefit during the school year, but what about the summer?