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Community Partners

We strive to be the hands and feet of Jesus through our community partnerships.

We Support and Partner with these Organizations

The Church at Litchfield Park supports and partners with these non-profit service and outreach organizations through its annual budget as part of our local, national, and international focus on the needs of others. Our Missions Committee manages both budgeted and designated funds to serve these needs.

We encourage you to volunteer at or take a tour of one or more of the local organizations listed below.

Agua Fria Food and Clothing Bank

405 E Harrison Drive
Avondale, AZ 85323
623-932-9135
Agua Fria Food and Clothing Bank

Provides emergency food, clothing, and baby food to those in need, as well as a shower facility, towels, and toiletries kits for homeless and transient people. They distribute Thanksgiving and Christmas food boxes to individuals and families in need.

Feed My Starving Children

401 93 Ave NW, Coon Rapids, MN 55433
1345 S Alma School Rd, Mesa, AZ 85210
480-626-1970
Feed My Starving Children

Committed to feeding hungry children in body and spirit. Children and adult volunteers hand pack meals specially formulated for malnourished children. These meals are shipped around the world to nearly 70 countries.

Homeless Youth Connection

9950 W Van Buren St, Suite 114
Avondale, AZ 85323
623-374-3747
Homeless Youth Connection

Engages high school-aged youth who are experiencing homelessness. HYC assists them in overcoming barriers to completing high school, graduating, and creating a plan for their future.

Homeward Bound

2302 W Colter St
Phoenix, AZ 85015
602-263-7654
Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound assists families achieve economic independence; secure long-term, safe, decent, affordable housing; and break cycles of homelessness, welfare dependence, and domestic violence.

Through housing and compassionate client-centered services, Homeward Bound measures its effectiveness by a family's transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency in 12-24 months.

Mission of Mercy

1741 E Morten Ave, Ste C-2
Phoenix, AZ 85020
602-861-2233
Mission of Mercy

Provides free health care and prescription medication to uninsured, working poor, and homeless, with volunteer doctors, nurses, and interpreters who provide healing. Since 1994, Mission of Mercy has been “bringing the doctor to the people” by taking a mobile medical unit to host sites throughout Maricopa County.

New Life Center

PO Box 5005
Goodyear, AZ 85338
623-932-4404
New Life Center

Offers shelter, safety, and services to families seeking independent violence-free lives. Programs demonstrate respect for the individual and a serene environment in which families can heal and plan their future. 96% of families participating in NLC's comprehensive 120-day program do not return to an abusive relationship.

St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance

2831 N 31 Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85009
602-242-FOOD (3663)
St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance

Provides free emergency food boxes to individuals and families in need; Kids Cafe and Backpack programs, to help alleviate childhood hunger; the Community Kitchen, a life skills and food service training program for those with barriers to employment; and the Mobile Pantry, that brings food to those who cannot come to St. Mary’s.

International Council of Community Churches (ICCC)

PO Box 846
Longmont, CO 80502
815-464-5690
International Council of Community Churches

Calls Christians to unity without demands for uniformity, to dialogue without dictation, and to diversity without division. As an interdenominational church, CLP is an active member of the International Council of Community Churches.

World Vision

PO Box 9716
Federal Way, WA 98063
888-511-6548
World Vision

World Vision is a global Christian humanitarian organization. They partner with children, families, and their communities to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.

Open Arms Home for Children

PO Box 2198
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
602-920-9958
Open Arms Home for Children

Provides love and security to children orphaned by the AIDS pandemic and other tragic circumstances. They are committed to raising the children in their care to adulthood, serving the whole child developmentally, physically, and spiritually.

The home, founded by Litchfield Park residents Bob and Sallie Solis, provides for the needs of more than 50 children ranging from toddlers to teens.