Helping people reach their fullest potential.

The Augusta Dream Center exists to serve low income, homeless, and underserved individuals and families in the Augusta/South Augusta communities. It is our hope that through building relationships, providing community, and sharing the love of Jesus Christ that we are able to remove barriers and help people reach their fullest potential. Our vision is to build a community of resilient people whose lives have been changed through God’s love.

Augusta Dream Center

3364 Peach Orchard Road Augusta, GA 30906
706.305.3652

Hours of Operation

Dream Pantry
Tuesdays 10am-12pm & 1st Saturday 10am-12pm
Dream Closet
Sundays 5pm-6pm & 1st Saturday 10am-12pm
Dream Meals
Sundays 5pm-6pm

About the Dream Center

We Exist For Augusta

Adopt-a-Block

Adopt-A-Block is at the heart of the dream center.  The first Saturday of every month volunteers reach out to the people who live in the neighborhoods near the dream center. In an effort to serve our city, volunteers clean up the streets, clean homes, visit the elderly, clean yards, etc.  The overarching goal of adopt-a-block is to build relationships with people in the community, show them the love of Jesus Christ, and to encourage them.

Volunteers meet at the Dream Center at 9am for a brief devotion and instructions.  If you are new, you will be paired with a group of veteran adopt-a-block volunteers.

GET INVOLVED

Dream Pantry

Many families have to choose between rent or food.  The dream center alleviates one choice by providing emergency food assistance, providing groceries through a personal touch, and communicating a positive message to each individual/family.

Hours of Operation:
Tuesday 10am-12pm
1st Saturday of each month 10am-12pm

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Dream Closet

The dream closet is a clothing outreach that provides gently used and new clothing for men, women and children.

Hours of Operation:
Sunday 5pm-6pm
1st Saturday of each month 10am-12p

We accept donations of gently used/new clothing on Sundays 3-5pm.

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Dream Meals

Many families deal with food insecurities, and one of the reasons that the dream center exist is to provide hunger relief.  Every week the dream center provides hot meals to the community, free of charge.

Hours of Operation:
Sunday 5pm-6pm

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Recovery Groups

Many people are in need of a safe community for recovery.  Recovery from various hurts, habits, and hang-ups! The dream center believes in recovery support groups, and offers weekly groups for both men and women.

Recovery Groups meet weekly on Wednesday 6pm-7pm

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