Our mission and vision
The Antelope Valley Dream Center is a volunteer driven, faith based, non-profit community outreach founded by John and Denise Perry in 2013. Our mission is to reach the “unreached” people of the Antelope Valley, and surrounding communities, who do not reside near assisting resources. We are committed to reach people in order to build them up, restore hope in their lives, and inspire them to dream again.
Since the AV Dream Center started, we have built relationships with families, children and individuals through our SERVE Day and Neighborhood Impact programs. We have been able to distribute groceries to thousands of families who have food insecurities and touch the lives of men, women and children.
As we share the good news of God’s redeeming love, our desire is to instill hope to the destitute, and assist in providing basic needs to those struggling to make ends meet. More importantly, to promote a community of people who build and support one another by sharing their time, resources, and love to those in our community.
Our vision is to reach the under-resourced families and individuals of the Antelope Valley. Our goal is to establish lasting relationships with people in our community in order to serve them as best we can. We strive to serve those who live in areas that do not have a variety of easily accessed resources.
Serve Day is held every second and last Saturday of the month. Volunteers will meet at 7:00 a.m. at our location on 43145 Business Center Pkwy #106, Lancaster, CA 93535, back parking lot. We load up the Mobile Food Trucks and take them out to different sites in the AV.
Our goal is to make connections and build relationships with people so we can share the love of God and find a way to serve them.
Everyone has something to give, whether it's a helpful hand, a loving smile, good food, or a job skill. If you are interested in serving on a regular basis, or once in a while, we would love to have you join us.
Non-Discrimination Policy : The Antelope Valley Dream Center does not unlawfully discriminate against recipients receiving services on the basis of race, political orientation, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, or mental or physical disability or any other status prohibited by applicable law.