2nd Mile is a non-profit organization that provides Extreme Home Makeover-type service projects to schools and homes in the peninsula area. With budget cuts and a tough economy, a lot of the schools and ministry homes don't have enough money to keep up with their facilities, which is why we feel the body of Christ is needed. All the projects are family friendly and we can use any skill level. Contact: David Foley, 303.229.8643
This ministry serves youth in the East of Bayshore community, meeting practical and spiritual needs through leadership training, spiritual development, and life skills application. Contact: Rolando Zeledon, 650.327.4329.
Provides hot, nutritious, and culturally appropriate meals, clothing and comprehensively serves the economically-disadvantaged, homeless, elderly and recovering-addict residents of East Palo Alto (EPA), East Menlo Park and Redwood City, thus improving the health, welfare, dignity, and spiritual well-being of the entire community. Contact: Maria Lim - 650.326.9796.
Bridgemont is an accredited college prep high school that serves urban students from San Francisco and surrounding areas. It provides an affordable, personalized, well-rounded, ethnically-diverse and highly successful education in the framework of the Christian faith. 95% of its graduates go on to college. Contact: Peter Trooper - 415-991-1211.
This ministry provides hope, love and support to at-risk children and their families by providing a safe atmosphere away from gangs, violence and drugs where they can learn basic skills and spiritual principles. CityTeam helps to build nurturing relationships with inner city youth on a personal and academic level. Contact: Charles Knuckles 408.288.2185.
This is a faith-based community organization serving the changing needs of
This ministry promotes the personal dignity of those it serves while encouraging self-reliance. EHP provides food, clothing and furniture to the underserved of EPA. Contact: Lesia Preston - 650.323.7781.
This ministry is a local church partner that exists to empower low-income families in the Fair Oaks community of
In June of 2004, this ministry began as a cry for spiritual leaders of all faiths and denominations to meet together once each month to pray, discuss matters of the community and to share lunch as a way of starting to trust each other and build relationships. Pastor Mary Frazier 650.368.2207