Project Reach established itself in San Diego with the twin missions of offering hope and transformation to both local and global at-risk families. This community-building organization focuses on providing relief for struggling families with a food pantry service as well as starting a whole new slate of personal development and professional training programs this very month!
Based in San Diego’s North Park and Normal Heights neighborhoods, this team targets the unemployed, vulnerable youth, and struggling families who aren’t otherwise able to provide for themselves.
This powerful program is being realized in several key ways:
- Provide – Personal growth is most fully realized when an individual’s and family’s most basic needs are satisfied. By helping families become self-sufficient, long-term relief is established through Project Reach’s food pantry facility, a mobile medical unit, and addressing personal care needs on a case-by-case basis.
- Build – Case management volunteers work with those in need to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for positive personal development, financial management, parenting, job training, and much more!
- Train – No community thrives without leaders to guide it on mental and emotional levels as well. Project Reach is laying the foundation for those leaders with people from all walks of life, positioning them as mature, wise, and positive role models who act as servant leaders who inspire others.
Recognizing that hope flourishes most when people share a unified vision, Project Reach works alongside those who truly strive to be the change they wish to see in their communities, empowering them to build better lives for themselves and those around them. Annual teams are also sent out to serve in Mexico, Haiti, and Thailand, with more international representatives joining the effort every day.
And right now, Project Reach is offering the chance for community members to get involved in this exciting new time in its organization’s growth! No program can meet such far-ranging needs without a strong monthly support base of volunteers and donors—and the more supporters who are directly involved in these relief efforts, the more the word will be spread about the program’s effectiveness and its impact in people’s lives.