Morrisdale Neighborhood Association is more than just being part of the association. Members of MNA and residents of Morrisdale Estates get involved in various events and fundraising activities across the DFW metroplex area, but like to focus on areas near to the neighborhood. Community involvement is the cornerstone of MNA’s Mission Statement, doing things that assure the continued safety of our families and homes, maintain neighborhood atmosphere and promote the mature charm of this development for new homeowners moving to this area. It’s a commitment to assist with the activities that help our neighborhood, our community, and our local area.
City of Euless
MNA supports local city of Euless Police and Fire Departments. Members and residents support the Euless Fire Department each year by attending various fundraising events such as the Fireman’s Steak Dinner. MNA also donated funds to help the Euless Police Department purchase the protective gear they need to defend themselves from high powered guns they may now face in the line of duty. Find out more about the City of Euless Fire Department and Police Department at their Web pages.
Residents also frequently make donations at the annual Christmas celebration to the City of Euless Animal Shelter. Dog food, cat food and blanket donations were collected and given to the shelter to assist with the needs of animals waiting to be adopted. Interested in adopting today? Visit their website for more details.
6 Stones New Hope Center
Residents of Morrisdale Estates are involved with 6 Stones New Hope Center. 6 Stones New Hope Center provides much needed food, clothing and other resources to those in need. Past fundraising events and food drives have supported organizations such as the New Hope Center at 6 Stones in Bedford. 6 Stones is a multi-faceted organization that provides assistance in many ways from food and supplies to home restorations and repairs. Each year volunteer helpers from 6 Stones undertake many projects in the local area to assist those who need help right at home. Learn more about 6 Stones at their Web site.
Morrisdale residents have repeatedly donated to Mission Central, which addresses the growing needs of families who are at the poverty level in their community. MNA members have supported food drives for Mission Central, a local assistance program founded in 1996 by members of the First United Methodist Church in Hurst. The caring members and staff of First United Methodist Church of Hurst, Texas were drawn to address the growing needs of families who were at the poverty level in their community. As the needs became greater, other churches and organizations wanted to take part in our work in Hurst, Euless and Bedford. To facilitate work among these many groups, Mission Central became a separate non-profit organization in 2003. Since then, the organization has grown three-fold and has served thousands of families in the Mid-Cities. Learn more about Mission Central at their Web site.