Put your faith into action and show Christ’s love to those who live near you through these Good Neighbor projects.
Kimberly Gardens is a low-income mobile home park and El Toro Estates is a senior mobile home park. We’ll be visiting the parks to perform handyman projects and landscaping. We’ll also bring food, music, and love to the residents. Project date: April 28
Aliso Meadows is a local low-income housing project. We’re helping to restore the community and its families by playing with the kids, serving a meal, and reaching out to make new friends.Project date: 5/26
Help fight graffiti, gang activity, and crime in the Campana Canasta neighborhood. Join G.R.I.P. (Gang Reduction Intervention Partnership) and help serve at-risk kids through a soccer outreach and family-fun days. G.R.I.P. is a county-wide program that has a proven track record of keeping kids out of gangs by improving test scores, attendance, and behavior. Project date: 4/9, 4/10, 4/11, 5/12
Saddleback has been serving in Compton for five years, and since that time the city has seen its crime rates plummet. We started with simple neighborhood clean-up project and have seen transformation in this city—street-by-street, block-by-block. Help us continue this work through clean-up projects and by ministering to victims of human trafficking in the City of Compton. Project dates: 4/21, 5/19
Visit saddleback.com/goodneighbor for more information and specific project dates.