Lasting impressions: Brockley Moore
Brockley Moore sits on his front porch in southwest Killeen.
- Volunteer opportunities
There are many places to volunteer in the community, from picking up litter in your own neighborhood to joining a nonprofit to help the needy. Here are a few ideas and contact numbers:
• Greater Killeen Free Clinic, 254-618-4211
• Area Agency on Aging in Belton, 254-770-2330
• Fort Hood American Red Cross, 254-288-8144
• American Red Cross Heart of Texas Chapter, 200-4400 (then press 4)
• Food Care Center Killeen, 254-681-4458
• Mother Neff State Park, 254-853-2389
• Gatesville Care Center, 254-865-6736
• Boys & Girls Club of Central Texas,
• Boys & Girls Club of Gatesville, 254-865-8347
Other locations: Libraries, hospitals, schools, churches, animal shelters. Always touch base with the organizations to see the type of volunteers they are looking for or what they may need.
Posted: Sunday, December 15, 2013 4:30 am
Posted on Dec 15, 2013
When one asks Brockley Moore about his work in the community, it’s easier to ask what organizations he hasn’t volunteered with.
Moore, 46, serves on the board of the Exchange Club of Killeen, the Killeen Housing Authority Board, works with the Killeen Area Alliance of Black School Educators, the nonprofit Communities in Schools, is a member of the
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Contact Chris McGuinness at firstname.lastname@example.org or (254) 501-7568. Follow him on Twitter at ChrismKDH.
Sunday, December 15, 2013 4:30 am.