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Throughout the year we have projects for groups and individuals where we join together and serve. At each of these locations, they also need ongoing help from individuals on a regular basis. Please read about these opportunities and explore whether God is calling you to serve on a regular basis.
All Serve is our chance to send the whole church to serve our community and demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ. Every year, we have over 60 projects and have over 2,000 adults and kids fulfilling the needs of many people and locations across the valley. From washing police cars to planting flowers to building a shed, everyone has something they can offer! Our next All Serve event will be in November, and online sign-ups begin September 28.
Hope Gardens is an Oasis of Hope for women and their children experiencing homelessness. It provides transitional housing and helps women transition from homelessness to independence within 12 to 36 months by teaching life skills, providing counseling, training, encouragement and spiritual care.
SFVRM’s program has been designed to provide homeless men, women, children and families an opportunity, not only to obtain food, shelter, and basic life necessities, but also a foundation for individual and family restoration by developing a personalized plan based on their needs for achieving personal growth, employment, and housing.
For over 125 years, people with feelings of distress and despair have been coming to Union Rescue Mission, a group committed to life transformational ministry through the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Community Pregnancy Clinic (CPC) is a licensed medical clinic dedicated to helping women and families in unplanned pregnancies. We believe in empowering women through education and information to help them make the best decision for their physical, mental, and spiritual health. Our free services include ultrasound exams, pregnancy tests, STD/STI tests, post-abortion recovery, and sexual abuse recovery.
Only Hope Prison Ministries is focused on declaring the Word of God and the testimony of Jesus Christ to the inmates of the Los Angeles County jail system.
PALS is a youth program that helps youth develop good character and strong, positive attitudes toward police officers and the law through recreational and educational settings under the supervision and constructive in‑fluence of dedicated law enforcement professionals. The goal is to bridge the gap between youth and their respect for the law and the officers who enforce it.
ACTION was born out of a desire to network churches, agencies, and businesses together to collectively serve the needs throughout the community. It engages thousands of volunteers to serve on hundreds of projects which focus primarily on seniors, disabled residents, under resourced families, the homeless population, and at risk youth.
The Challenger Division was established in 1989 as a separate division of Little League to enable boys and girls with physical and mental challenges, ages 4 through adult to enjoy the game of baseball along with the millions of other children who participate in this sport worldwide.
If you want to volunteer to serve at one of the games this season, then just come out to the field for any of the Saturday games. The baseball field is located at 1757 Blackstock Avenue in Simi Valley (behind Arroyo H.S.) To check the game schedule, click on the link below.
Because kids don’t care how much you know till they know how much you care, Young Life leaders show they care by going where kids are, meeting them as they are, believing in who they can be. Within Young Life we call the persistent going out into the world of kids “contact work.” But kids just call it friendship. We listen to their stories and learn what’s important to them because we genuinely care about their joys, triumphs, heartaches and setbacks. Kids’ lives are dramatically impacted when caring adults come alongside them, sharing God’s love with them. They begin to see that their lives have great worth, meaning and purpose.
We serve individuals and families in need in the West Valley by providing food, clothing, medical and vocational training assistance, as well as referrals as needed. Our goal is to sustain people in desperate circumstances, empowering them to achieve personal and financial independence. We believe we are commanded to do this because Jesus said “love your neighbors as yourselves.”
Golden Heart Ranch (GHR) is an inclusive, loving and supportive community that provides young adults with special needs the opportunity to reach their fullest potential and enjoy a dignified, quality way of life through its programs, classes, special events and eventually residential options. We are a property like no other and the only ranch of its kind in the area! A 22-acre destination property nestled in Agoura Hills, Golden Heart Ranch is the perfect setting to teach its “Ranchers” valuable independent living and vocational skills while fostering life-long friendships. GHR recognizes that young adults with special needs have the same fundamental needs as any typically developing young adult and works to promote personal and spiritual growth through work and job accomplishments. We strongly believe in partnering with our communities so that we may continue to create meaningful, purpose-driven opportunities that bridge the gap in all areas of life for our special needs community.