Mustang Community Outreach

Serving Our Neighbors

There are multiple opportunities to build relationships with our neighbors in the community around Mustang Drive in Grapevine. If you are interested in any of these opportunities, email Denise Spain.

When and where do they meet?
Every other Saturday from 9a – 12p (or until sold out) at the Grapevine Community Outreach Center (3010 Mustang Drive in Grapevine)

What do they do?
They sell fresh produce to the residents on Mustang Drive for a fair price and engage people in conversation. Great opportunity to bring your kids, as there is a playground nearby!

Who should I contact to get involved?
Arturo Alarcon: Arturo.alarcon@121cc.com

When and where do they meet?
The VAST/Crossover program will follow the GCISD school calendar and will take place on Mondays through Thursdays from 4:30pm-6:30pm in the Upper East Side at 121. Crossover is offered by way of a partnership between Grapevine Police Department’s Community Outreach and 121 Community Church.

What do they do?
This program will serve students that attend Cross Timbers Middle School and Grapevine Middle School, many of whom participated in the VAST (Valuable After School Time) programs while in elementary.

Middle school is a critical time in life that is full of changes. In these years, students are getting their first taste of independence and are starting to make decisions that will set the trajectory for their lives. Structure, guidance, and a place to belong are crucial to their success. Crossover exists to be a safe place for middle school students to grow socially, educationally, and emotionally and to prepare them for future success. We hope to point students to the GCISD Collegiate Academy where, upon graduation, they will receive a diploma AND an associates degree from Tarrant County College. The goal of Crossover is to create an environment where students can explore, dream and plan the course of their future. Each week the students will have an opportunity to do enrichment activities that include leadership, college planning, vital life skills, and career exploration by way of a variety of guest speakers and field trips. Students will also receive homework help, snacks and a hot meal.

Specific roles to serve include:

1. Volunteer Mentors are needed to connect with students relationally, help with homework, etc.

2. Guest Speakers-give 45 minutes to an hour of your time to tell the students about your career and what it took to get there. When possible, we would love to have the group (15 students) visit the guest speaker’s workplace as a field trip (not required!).

Who should I contact to get involved?
If you think you are interested in working with these Middle Schoolers, please click here and let us know!

When and where do they meet?

ESL is on Sunday nights, 6:30 – 8pm, at 121 Community Church upstairs in Upper East Side. We are offering 3 levels of classes; beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. Childcare is available.

What do they do?

They teach basic English to adults in our neighborhood.

Who should I contact to get involved?

Click this ESL Volunteer Form to signup!

Interested in taking the class?

Click here: ESL sign up

When and where do they meet?
They follow the GCISD calendar and meet at the Grapevine Community Outreach Center (3010 Mustang Drive) Monday – Thursday from 3pm – 6pm.

What do they do?
They provide a snack, homework help, enrichment activities and a hot meal to 2nd – 5th graders during the after school hours.

Who should I contact to get involved?
Email Haydee Young to get more info!

VAST Crossover meets Mon-Thurs @ 121 in the Upper East Side from 3:30 – 6:30pm.

VAST Crossover is an after-school program that works with at-risk middle school students from Grapevine. VAST offers a safe and structured environment during the most dangerous time of the day for kids, the after-school hours. Students are given a snack, help with homework, and a hot meal. They are also looking for a special guest/speaker each week, Tuesday – Thursday 5:15-6pm, to talk about their career or education with the hopes of them continuing education after high school.

Click here to signup.