Wesley Mission Center | Venus, TX
The Wesley Mission Center is an independent, non-profit organization that relies on the donation of items for the Thrift Store and Food Pantry, as well as monetary donations and volunteer services hours, to provide assistance to families in crisis who reside in Venus, Texas.
Headquartered in Mansfield, Texas, The Wesley Mission Center provides financial assistance, resources, and customized action plans focusing on intervention and prevention methods that support a household’s success. Generosity and faithfulness enable us together to achieve the vision of a community where every person can experience a life of meaning, purpose, dignity, and hope.
We have found that there is a great need for job and life skills, resource management education, coping skills to effectively handle emergencies, and positive support systems. We believe that through prayer, training, and proper support, individuals and families can experience economic self-sufficiency and wholeness.
This is a snapshot of what The Wesley Mission Center offers:
The Thrift Store funds operations and many programs so every dollar donated can be used to directly help people in the Venus area.
Emergency Financial Assistance and the Food Pantry assist families who are in crisis.
More than 200 volunteers serve with The Center, and there is a need for more! (see How Can I Help)
Various interventions and programs help people make positive changes that can last a lifetime. This includes Job Programs, Financial Education Programs, leadership development, individual case management, and much more.
The Wesley Mission Center offers and receives assistance from people who live in the Mansfield Independent School District and surrounding areas including: Alvarado, Arlington, Burleson, Cedar Hill, Dalworthington Gardens, Everman, Forest Hill, Fort Worth, Grand Prairie, Kennedale, Mansfield, Midlothian, Pantego, Rendon, and Venus.
Venus is a small town in Ellis and Johnson counties in North Texas, south of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. It sits along U.S. Highway 67, due south of Mansfield. Venus is experiencing a growth spurt primarily due to the southward expansion of the DFW Metroplex.