About Us

faith-based, non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization established in 2005 by the late Homer D. Reagan to enhance the lives of the underserved and disenfranchised families in the community. The organization serves over 6,000 families a year. This provides food and clothing along with needed access to other health and human services. We partner with the North Texas Food Bank and the Texas Department of Agriculture in support of eliminating hunger.

Our educational services have transitioned from after school tutoring of students in grades 3 – 5 to weekend enrichment workshops in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) for students in grades 6 – 8. The STEM workshops offer expanded learning opportunities to youth who reside or attend school in below poverty level communities. Students get to interact with college students and business professionals who have chosen and are successful in STEM related studies and professions.

Faith Based Initiatives

Family Restoration and Recovery Resources

Our Daily Bread Food Pantry & Clothes Closet

PEACE
Scholarships

Minds That Matter STEM Program

Community Outreach Connection, Inc. Milestones

  • 2010
    Reality Executive Director
  • 2006
    Service NCLB Volunteers
    Mission Board of Directors
  • 2005
    Letter Executive Director
  • 2004
    Agency Board of Directors Connection EGBC Board Assurance Founding Members Answer Founding Members
  • 2003
    Call Board of Directors Vision Executive Director

faq's

Yes, it is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code commonly referred to as charitable organization.
Community as defined by COC is a geographical area, a group or individual that is a recipient of services from COC.
Volunteers are needed across a varied spectrum. They can serve in the food pantry, assist with facilitating STEM workshops, curriculum design or administrative tasks in support of community outreach, fundraising and organizing charitable events.
There is an annual golf tournament, donations from corporations and private citizens and small payments for students participating in STEM workshops.
COC accepts monetary donations via its web site by PayPal or credit card or by mail to the mailing address: P.O. Box 763214, Dallas, TX 75376-3214.
Organizations contributing to COC’s success are 4H and Youth Development, Dallas County, Committee for Action Program Services (CAPS), National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and a host of entrepreneurs with youth focused activities.
Call the number listed on the web site or email at coc@cocinc.org. And leave your number for a call back or reply.
To assess the need of the community and expand the benefits and programs to reach a greater audience and monitor the results of our efforts.

Contact Us

214-856-8483 (virtual line)
 
The Community Outreach Connection, Inc.
P.O. Box 763214
Dallas, TX 75376-3214 (mailing address)
6960 S. Polk St., Suite 104
Dallas, TX 75232 (physical location)