Irving Cares

Rating: 4.93 stars   58 reviews


440 South Nursery Rd Ste 101 Irving TX 75060 USA


Irving Cares, in partnership with the Irving, Texas community, is dedicated to providing Irving residents with temporary assistance and training to promote self-sufficiency.

Target demographics:

Irving Cares serves Irving, Texas residents of both sexes, all ages and all ethnicities.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

Irving Cares served more than 12,000 residents in fiscal year ending 2016.

Geographic areas served:

Irving, Texas


a food pantry; financial assistance with rent, utilities, prescriptions and transportation; an employment services program and job search seminars; and information and referrals to other programs.

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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

Irving Cares meets basic human needs with compassion, customer service and experience. Its long-tenured staff is rare compared to "revolving doors" @ most agencies. I applaud board and staff for making specific pantry/funding asks, diversifying revenue sources & board composition. Service delivery with a temporary crisis focus gets clients on track. I routinely refer clients, prospective employees or volunteers, corporate citizens and community leaders knowing they will enjoy the association. As a governance consultant, it's marvelous when 501c3s take process improvement and marketing goals seriously. I'm blessed to see this former client improve in key arenas since 2011 goal-setting.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Be more widely known and better supported by the entire Irving community

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