North Care's goal is to be there to help women navigate unplanned pregnancy and sexual health. They provide women with the education and medical services they need to confidently make an informed decision regarding their future.
They know the pressures pulling women in all different directions, and are able to provide a safe space to ask real questions.
Manna on Main Street is committed to ending hunger in the North Penn region by providing food, fulfilling social service and education needs, and conducting community outreach. Through a food pantry and soup kitchen, emergency financial aid, counseling and referrals, and education opportunities, we serve those in need with the hope “that everyone might be fed.”
The issue of Human trafficking is a global matter, and our response should be as wide-reaching as the need. Worthwhile Wear has sought to address this extensive area of need, by adapting a multi-prong approach to meet the varied needs. Worthwhile Wear provides vocational training and employment in its overseas programs (primarily in India; cities of Mumbai & Pune), where economics is one of the driving factors of human trafficking. In the US, Worthwhile Wear’s programs address the need of long-term restorative services, housing and employment for US survivors of human trafficking through its housing & aftercare program, The Well.
Joni and Friends is built on Biblical truth and the foundation of Jesus Christ. They are about advancing disability ministry and changing the church and communities around the world. The Joni and Friends International Disability Center (IDC) serves as the administrative center for ministries which provide outreach to thousands of families affected by disability around the globe.
They present the clear and concise Gospel of Jesus Christ to all people affected by disability and their families who are served through our programs around the world. They train, disciple, and mentor people affected by disability to exercise their gifts of leadership and service in their churches and communities.
Front Step of Philadelphia
Front Step provides services that equip and empower people, organizations, and projects that intentionally and directly assist the urban community in realizing its full potential. Their services recognize the need for these entities to be involved in a process that gives them the opportunity to work toward the solution of their own problems.
They serve communities tangibly, as well as spiritually, through physical, financial, and relational resources.
Bridge of Hope is out to engage their community in ending and preventing homelessness for single mothers and children in Bucks & Montgomery counties through neighboring relationships that demonstrate Christ’s love.
Bridge of Hope BuxMont strives to support women and children facing homelessness in achieving these primary program outcomes:
Safe and sustainable housing
Strong and resilient families
Supportive neighboring relationships
Bethany Christian Services is a global nonprofit organization that brings families together and keeps families together. Strengthening families for the well-being of children is our top priority. Their services include adoption, foster care, and pregnancy counseling. They also provide counseling to families, assist refugees and immigrants resettling in the U.S., and partner with several international countries to help keep families together. The work they do equips families to be the answer for children in need—as Christ intended.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is touching millions of lives… one heart at a time. Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.