Local Missions

These local organizations are financially supported by Christ Pacific Church, and many are supported by CPC volunteers.

Beach Cities Interfaith

www.bcis-hb.org

bcis2014@verizon.net

Mission Statement: “Compassionate, faith-based service to all in need.”

Purpose: To provide care, compassion, food, clothing, and other assistance to help people meet their daily needs and get back on their feet.

 

 

Forgotten Children, Inc.

www.forgottenchildreninc.org

A faith-based organization that is dedicated to ending human trafficking in our communities.

Mission: To restore families and communities impacted by sexual exploitation.

Vision: To empower and equip individuals, families and communities by breaking the cycle of sexual exploitation through partnerships and community awareness.

Hope for Life Chapel RV Ministry

Director: Rev. Tamara John

Associate Director: Lou Federmann

www.RVMinistry.org

HFLCteam@RVMinistry.org

Facebook: Hope for Life Chapel RV Ministry

HFLC serves the people who live at an RV park in HB on a permanent as well as short-term, transitional basis. The RV ministry seeks to provide a safe place for people to heal, grow, and experience the transformative love and power of Jesus Christ.

 

Robyne’s Nest

Founder: Robyne Wood

www.robynesnest.org

robyne@robynesnest.org

Mission: To ensure identified at-risk and homeless students in HBUHSD get the academic, life and financial support they need to complete high school and look to college, trade school, or military.

Purpose: To provide funds and resources for HB high school administrators to take care of students and create a path to successful completion of high school. This is a proactive approach to keep our youth away from drugs, crime, homelessness, human trafficking, and early parenthood.

 

Southwest Community Center

www.swcommunitycenter.org

swcommunitycenter@yahoo.com

Mission: To provide food, clothing, shelter, guidance, health and referral services to economically disadvantaged individuals and families, and assist and encourage those served to achieve self-sufficiency.

Purpose: The Southwest Community Center has been serving the low-income residents of Orange County for more than 35 years. The mission is to provide the basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, household items, referral services and other support services to the homeless, low-income and economically disadvantaged in an effort to enable them to become or retain self-sufficiency.