Community Partners

Serving is not something we do to check off a box, but rather it’s a lifestyle to adopt. Our goal and prayer is that serving in your community would be an integral part of your life.Whether you are wanting to serve with your Group or you are individually looking for a way to serve, this is a great place to start. To find out about organizations in your community that we partner with, start by selecting your Hillside Campus. Then, to serve locally, fill out this short form and select "Local Missions."

Amarillo West

A Time to Share provides Christmas presents for elderly with no family or no means to have Christmas. We provide brand-new, winter wear and some household items. These items include, but are not limited to sweatsuits, gowns, pajama sets, house shoes, and bath/kitchen towels.

The mission of Hope Choice Pregnancy Centers and Mentoring Programs, an outreach ministry of Jesus Christ, is equipping parents, teens and pre-teens to live lives of purpose, ministering to pregnant women and providing support to women and families through education and resources.


The Downtown Women's Center is an outreach ministry that provides safe housing, Bible-based education, and employment opportunities for single mothers and women recovering from various addictions.


Provide meals for homeless 3 times a day, 6 days a week. They also provide shelter, programs, and clothing for those struggling with drug and/or alcohol addiction.


FCA focuses on serving local communities around the globe by engaging, equipping and empowering coaches and athletes to unite, inspire and change the world through the gospel.

Heal the City is a faith based, non-profit organization dedicated to delivering quality healthcare to the uninsured of the Amarillo Community with dignity and compassion. We see acute patients daily and have an established, chronic care clinic, Shalom. Through Shalom, patients receive dental care, lab work, medications, wellness classes, diet education, all in addition to their primary care provider. 
Providing homeless women and their children with shelter and support while guiding them towards a lifestyle of self-sufficiency.
Mission Amarillo exists to improve the lives of people in poverty in the Amarillo area. They run a year-round shoe closet and have three different mentoring programs.
Sharing Hope Ministry is a Christ-centered organization that assists at-risk and incarcerated women. Services include the provision of Life Recovery Bibles, Bible studies, prayer correspondence and jail ministry to women in correctional or addiction rehabilitation facilities across the United States. Locally, Patsy’s Place Transitional Home provides shelter, mentoring and support to women transitioning out of incarceration. The Center for Advancement provides G.E.D. classes, life-skills education and emergency assistance.
Snack Pak 4 Kids is on a mission to end weekend hunger for children and teens living in the Texas Panhandle. They provide children with brand-new, brand-name food for the weekend so they are prepared to learn on Monday morning.

Mothers helping mothers. The mission of Third Strand is to provide safe donor breast milk to healthy nursing babies who have lost a mother or whose mother is unable to breastfeed due to a serious or life-threatening illness.


The Refugee Language Project is an organization that is committed to removing language barriers, building leaders, and cultivating community.

The PARC's mission is to be "A caring, relational place that promotes a sense of self-worth and helps those experiencing homelessness become aware of life's possibilities."
Every individual is different so everyone's next step is different, and we take the time to get those experiencing homelessness there. We are committed to helping every individual break the cycle of homelessness. A combination of showing value, participating in classes, and finding acceptance through a positive community is powerful and effective.

To serve the community by providing services that meet the spiritual, physical, and social needs of impoverished families living in the Eastridge neighborhood. EMC is a non-profit with a mission to serve the community. The facility composed of a gymnasium, kitchen, outdoor pavilion, playground, and soccer area allows for children from the neighborhood to come play, eat a warm meal, receive tutoring, learn Bible stores, and spend time with positive role models. The community is composed primarily of refugee families from all over the world including a concentration of those from Somalia, Burma and Laos. Over 30 languages are spoken in this diverse and eclectic area of Amarillo. The EMC recognizes that the Eastridge neighborhood has many needs and the primary focus is on helping the children in this impoverished area. The EMC helps to bridge the gap for many children from the time they leave school until their parent or family comes home and in doing so has a unique opportunity to impact their lives. We host annual clothing giveaways, vaccination clinics, cookouts and picnics, mentoring programs, in addition to feeding the kids a warm meal after school. We also have a community garden and greenhouse where fresh seasonal produce is given away.


The Medical Center League House is a home away from home. They provide housing, comfort, and support to families who have an adult patient going through medical treatments in Amarillo, TX. Families are able to have the comforts of home while also being near their loved one who is receiving medical treatment. Additionally, there are caring staff members who are always available to support families as they face stressful situations together. To find out more about the Medical Center League House go to

Sharing Tree is an annual celebration hosted by Hillside. It begins by collecting Christmas presents at all of our Amarillo and Canyon Campuses. Then, in the month of December, we share these gifts with our community through partnerships with local organizations and school districts.

The mission of Picnic in the Park is simply to provide a meal to the food insecure in downtown Amarillo. This is a great way for individuals, families, and groups to serve! Hillside provides the meal on the fourth Sunday of every month.
Mission: To Alleviate Hunger in the Texas Panhandle
Founded in 1982, High Plains Food Bank (HPFB) is a nonprofit organization serving as the clearing house for collection, storage, and distribution of donated and purchased grocery products, providing aide to the top 29 counties in the Texas Panhandle. HPFB partners with over 190 different agencies, including churches, senior centers, child care facilities, halfway houses, soup kitchens, Kids Cafes, emergency pantries, shelters, and other nonprofits to help end local hunger. 

Many families in the Texas Panhandle are food insecure. As a member of the Feeding America network, HPFB can provide 4 meals worth of food for every dollar donated. Sources of donated food include the USDA’s Emergency Food Assistance Program, local food drives, grocery stores, restaurants, processing plants, ranchers, feedlot operators and individual donors. It is food that can't be sold. A can may be dented, one egg of a dozen is broken, expiration date is close or the food has been prepared and unserved, yet it is still wholesome food when properly handled. In addition, HPFB purchases food to supplement the warehouse supply in order to provide the variety of foods high needed for balanced nutrition. 
Unleashing Possibility stands with moms in difficult places by creating community and providing resources. The majority of our mothers are single moms, though we do also support those who are raising foster children, fighting illness, raising children with illness and more. We host an annual leadership conference each fall and create community and connection through book clubs, Christian mentoring relationships and meet ups.