The Stewpot

The Stewpot offers a safe haven for homeless and at-risk individuals of Dallas, providing resources for basic survival needs, as well as opportunities to start a new life. Established by First Presbyterian Church in 1975, The Stewpot began serving food when church members realized no other resources were available for the homeless and hungry. By 1991, Stewpot programs included a wide range of social services - include casework services for those experiencing homelessness, as well as programs for at-risk children and youth.


The Stewpot Art Program
Dallas, TX

The Art Program is a community outreach program serving the homeless and at-risk populations of Dallas, open to people looking for an environment to express and create through the medium of art. Classes are held daily on Tuesday morning, Wednesday morning and afternoon and Thursday morning and afternoon, and exhibitions of work are held. The members of the Stewpot Art Program are usually self-taught artists and paint in various styles. The artist receives 90% of the sale (minus sales tax) and 10% goes to the art program for supplies and field trips for the artists.