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Economic - Social - Environmental Justice

One Step Closer to Water Flowing!

Sandbranch Development and Water Supply Corporation took an important step toward bringing water to the community by winning a USDA SEARCH grant to fund a preliminary study on how to bring water to the community. Now we need your help to get the houses ready to pipe it in. Please contribute to our Go Fund Me campaign here. Contributions will be used to install and/or repair plumbing throughout the neighborhood in houses that have been without running water for over 30 years.

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Pray for Sandbranch Sunday, July 17, 2016

The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much. James 5:16

Pray, if it is God’s will, that:

• The Sandbranch Development and Water Supply Corporation is successful in bringing water to Sandbranch,

• Sandbranch residents are able to remain in their homes without fear of forced removal,

• Dallas County will re-instate sheriff’s patrols in the neighborhood and prosecute those who illegally dump in Sandbranch,

• Dallas County will return control of the Sandbranch Community Center to the residents.

Pastor Eugene B. Keahey

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About Us

Sandbranch…everybody’s community! is a grassroots effort organized by Project DreamHaus to bring water, sewage, and social services to Sandbranch, TX., an unincorporated community in the southeastern corner of Dallas County. Just 14 miles from one of the richest cities in America, Sandbranch is the poorest community in Dallas County. It has been without running water, sewage service, and trash pick up for over 30 years. Sandbranch…everybody’s community! is about giving a basic human right ---clean drinkable water---to the citizens of Sandbranch. Read the Strategic Vision and Plan for Improvements to the Sandbranch Community here.

Sandbranch is a historically African-American community created in the 1930s-40s and thought to have been settled even as early as post-slavery years as a Freedman’s settlement. The population today is 87% Black, 10% Hispanic, and 3% White.


Estimates show Sandbranch has 40 active households with about 80-100 residents, all of whom live below federal poverty levels. None of the homes have running water, sewer service, or trash pick up.

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1 (214) 957-0741