KACC is a proud supporter of our community, and the many programs and organizations that make it run so well! If you know of a group that could be featured here, please let us know, email@example.com. If you’re passionate about community service and want to get involved, check out our Kennedale Cares program and join us!
Meets every Tuesday at noon, at Red’s Roadhouse. Donate $50 or more to participate in their flag program, where members display an American flag in your yard on each patriotic holiday for a year. Contact Lamar Saxon (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information or click here to download a flyer.
Kennedale Educational Foundation
Nonprofit group that raises funds to support innovation and enrichment in Kennedale ISD schools through classroom grants. Currently seeking individual and corporate sponsors. Contact (email@example.com) to get involved.
First United Methodist Church-led resale shop and food pantry, accepting donations of gently used clothing and nonperishable food, which is available to the community at little to no cost. Click here to learn more.
Keep Kennedale Beautiful
City volunteer organization designed to preserve and promote community environment and appearance. Click here for more details about current programs and upcoming meetings.
Always seeking donations of books and volunteer hours, the Library is home to not only children’s story time, but also the community center, ESL/GED classes, and a number of career and enrichment opportunities. The Kennedale Library is proud to partner with both Arlington and Mansfield, to allow residents access to all three catalogs of books. Visit the Library at 316 W 3rd street in Kennedale or online here.
Kennedale Senior Center
Open to all residents, the senior center is a place for community, games & enrichment, and low-cost meals. Rides are provided when needed, and volunteers are currently needed to assist with programs. Click here to learn more.
Kennedale Historical Society
A non-profit organization dedicated to researching and preserving the history of the City of Kennedale, the Historical Society is always seeking donations and members to help further the cause. They have organized a number of events, including a clean-up of a historic cemetery that was covered on local news. To learn more or join in, visit them online.