Community Outreach

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Community Outreach team

This team provides chapter members with the opportunity to serve our local community, practice our skills and demonstrate tangible results through applying project management processes for one of the many non-profit organizations in our area.

For questions or comments, please contact for more information.



FWPMI continues to give back to our community during the pandemic


At the request of Ronald McDonald House during the coronavirus pandemic, the FWPMI Chapter graciously had 15 boxed lunches delivered from Potbelly in lieu of preparing and serving the meal.  We are hoping to be able to be back in the Ronald McDonald House kitchen in the Fall to prepare a meal and serve it to the residents.  

All Special Olympics events have been canceled indefinitely. We will stay in contact with Special Olympics to determine a future event for which the FWPMI Chapter can volunteer.




Using PM Skills to Give Back!

2019-Givecamp-WrapUp-Pic-1.jpgThe FWPMI chapter participated in the Dallas Givecamp for the first time.  12 PMs participated and collectively volunteered 342 hours across the event!    There were about 40 PMs in all, which was the largest number of PMs that have participated in this event!  The PMs were matched to a team by experience and the FW chapter was represented on 7 of the teams.  

Prior to the weekend development event, the PMs also attended a Boot Camp on August 28th and a Kickoff on October 1.  PMs were assigned to teams that included a charity representative, Business Analyst, User Experience specialist, and Web Developer(s).   Several of the PMs also met with their teams, including the nonprofits that they were working with ahead of time to nail down the scope and requirements for the project they would develop and complete during the event weekend.                                              

Each team worked together throughout the event weekend (October 11-13, 2019), from 5:30 pm Friday to 4:00 pm Sunday, with overnight breaks.  Many of the teams developed or updated websites, and others added new functionality (like online payment acceptance, an online store, or online calendar and forms) to websites, or developed mobile apps. They completed all of this work in one weekend and worked around a web hosting outage that lasted for several hours.  PMs were responsible for making sure that the team focused on their must have requirements, escalated technical issues, put presentations together (including before and after images of the work that was done),  and provided documentation to ensure the charity rep could maintain and support the delivered functionality. 

2019-Givecamp-WrapUp-Pic-3.jpgThe PMs from the FWPMI chapter all had a great time and enjoyed using their skills to give back and help their assigned charity.  Several said that they can’t wait to participate again next year.  For more information about Dallas Givecamp, go to  To see this year’s presentation of all of the teams’ and their accomplishments, click here. FWPMI chapter members were on the following teams:  Ilooklikelove, Dallas Jewish Historical Society, SPCA of Texas, Fostering Life, Dallas Police Retired Officers Association, The Main Place, and Girls Rock Dallas. 

Be sure to watch the FWPMI Chapter's Community Outreach page for information on how to participate in 2020.