For over 32 years, Hope Women’s Center has provided a safe haven for at-risk women and girls to get back on their feet. The center exists to engage, encourage, and equip vulnerable women and adolescent girls by providing support for their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. In the process, Christ’s message of love and redemption is seen, as well as heard. For more information click here.
Christian Family Care Agency is a social services agency that provides many different services including adoption, foster care, pregnancy counseling, child/family counseling programs focused on meeting the needs of children and families in Arizona. CFC’s fundamental belief is that a nurturing family is vital to every child’s success. Hundreds of children that have come to CFC in crisis situations are now part of loving and caring families. For more information click here.
Mom’s Pantry was founded on the philosophy that no one should go hungry. More that one in five Arizona families faces food uncertainty, meaning that may not know where their next meal is coming from. As such, Mom’s Pantry will serve any individual or family who is in need of emergency supplemental food-aid, without limitations of income level. For more information or to volunteer click here.
We’re excited to partner with Hustle PHX in their entrepreneur program for people in our city. Hustle PHX encourages the creation of sustainable business ventures that affirm the dignity of people and lead to the flourishing of all communities in Phoenix. Through their program, they provide a limited number of carefully selected entrepreneurs with three essential kinds of capital: Intellectual, Social, & Financial.
Want to get involved in a more hands-on way, or just want to know more about this great outreach? Here’s a link for more information or volunteer opportunities.
We are partnered with Beyond Autism, a school designed to meet the needs of children with Autism and to offer support to their families. This is a small but highly-effective school with a dedicated and compassionate team of leaders and teachers who focus on social and life skills, as well as academic goals for each individual student.
SWC hosts Lifeline a few times each year, offering non-invasive screening for a variety of health issues, including stroke prevention, abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral arterial disease and atrial fibrillation. Watch the news page for the next Lifeline event.