Welcome to Wesley-Rankin, we’re so glad you’re here!
In collaboration with our West Dallas neighbors, Wesley-Rankin Community Center identifies and bridges gaps in education, health and skills development by providing multigenerational programs that empower families to access their full potential.
Join us on Thursday, April 13th from 11:30-1:00 at Highland Park United Methodist Church to celebrate the unique community of Wesley-Rankin Community Center. Limited individual tickets are available for purchase now. Ticket sales end Monday, April 3rd.
Visit our website to purchase tickets or make a non-attending donation.
Hattie’s Luncheon is presented by our friends at Vinson and Elkins LLP.
Afterschool and summer programs emphasize math and reading enrichment, as well as social-emotional skills and character development.
Youth programs offer preparation for high school graduation and post-graduation plans, including the paths of college, trade schools, and the exploration of careers.
The Adult Academy provides an enriching learning environment for adults, supporting families through a variety of leadership, life skills and educational topics.
Casa Feliz is a warm and friendly environment where senior adults enjoy daily fellowship, health education, arts and crafts, exercise, hot meals, and field trips!
Make a Gift
100% of our funding comes from private donors like you. With new initiatives in 2022, we need your help bridging the gap. It is our policy that Clients at Wesley-Rankin Community Center receive services without regard to their ability to pay. If families are able to make a small donation, they may do so. Please make a gift today.
Wesley-Rankin relies on dedicated, passionate volunteers to assist with homework and/or reading intervention in Afterschool (September-May) and to lead small groups/experiments in B3X (Beakers, Base 10 and the Beat) summer camp (June-July). In addition, we need support in our Adult Academy courses and senior adult programming. Interested in becoming a part of the Wesley-Rankin family?