Gerizim Ministries

Organization Description: 

We are here in this community to help address the lack of free and low cost resources for families, children and youth of the City of Chino Hills and surrounding cities.

In June 2000 we started working with the families and children of the Rancho Monte Vista Mobile Home in the city of Chino hills after working for 10 years in the city of Philadelphia PA in the place called bad lands.

Kids Club was born an after school program with free snacks for the children to come and have fun do arts and crafts,cooking lessons, hear stories and enjoy of many special events like Christmas.Operation Blessed Back Pack, Easter, Mother's Day, Harvest Day and many many more.
Last Summer 2009 we were able to serve 7,000 hot meals in 2 cities, for 70 days of summer program with free lunches and snacks,

13141 Central Ave Suite "G"
Chino, CA 91710
Mission Statement: 

Our mission is to develop healthy and strong children, youth and families, to seek out, find, and encourage those who need support. To provide educational, fun, wholesome activities that builds relationships, to involve the people to work for their community, and to empower the present and future of our children, youth and families making them our leaders of tomorrow. We want to continue to develop relations with other agencies and together cover the present need and make plans in how to teach the community to build on the strengths they possess. We believe in making people participants rather than merely spectators or recipients of services. Creating an environment in which children, youth, and families are valued, in turn, may help move people towards a positive approach to meet the needs of the entire community.

We know that involvement efforts do not automatically provide developmental opportunities. That is the reason we will be their step by step to support with adequate resources to provide proper training so that those goals can be reached for our children, youth and families all. Together we will build a better future for our community.

Organizational Statement of Faith: 

Caring at all times and sharing the love of Jesus in our community: serving, helping, guiding and empowering the people we touch.

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