Youth Service Opportunities Project (YSOP) engages youth, college students and adults in meaningful service experiences through an innovative program that combines an orientation to the issues, hands on volunteer work and reflection. Using orientation and reflection to frame their service experiences, YSOP inspires our participants to broaden their perspectives and become engaged citizens. YSOP is […]
The Dominican Republic is the second largest Caribbean nation by size and third by population. It is located on the island of Hispaniola, alongside Haiti. Despite improvements in recent years, there is still significant poverty throughout the Dominican Republic. Large communities of Haitian people have moved to the Dominican Republic in hopes of a better […]
Mission of Hope began serving in the Turks and Caicos Islands in 2017 providing disaster relief after Hurricane Irma. There is a large Haitian population living in the Turks and Caicos Islands, and our desire is to reach this community and other underserved communities on the island and to ultimately see their lives transformed through […]
For over 20 years Christ For the City International has been sending people into the world to transform lives and cities for the Glory of God. The Urban Plunge sends over 1,500 people into 9 different cities within the United States.
Christ For the City International is sending a team to Costa Rica to share the love of God with the children of San Jose!
From the sparkling three rivers that give Pittsburgh its edge to its landmark fountain at the point of it all, water brings life to the City of Bridges. The Pittsburgh area is home to many neighboring communities including New Kensington, Lower Burrell and Natrona Heights. Many people in New Kensington live below the poverty level, […]
Located just north of Indianapolis sits the charming community of Westfield, Indiana. Westfield has deep historical roots and has seen much change over the years. Westfield was part of the Underground Railroad’s central route through Indiana during the 1820s and into the 1830s. The land that was once small farming communities with fields of corn […]
The Blackstone River Valley has a long history in the world of manufacturing and commerce. By the mid-1800s, Woonsocket was one of the largest textile manufacturing centers in the United States, but it did not escape the Great Depression. Industry was a draw for immigrants seeking to establish a better life for themselves. French Canadians […]