Local NCCC Partners
Through partnership we get to transform San Diego in so many ways. We feed the homeless, bring students into relationship with Jesus, minister to prisoners and counsel women considering abortions.
Let’s pray for all God is doing in our community.
Let’s also find ways to deepen our personal involvement, use our gifts to serve, and give financially to transform our world!
Pray, Give and Go! Let’s transform our backyard together. Scroll down to see a complete list of our local partners.
Over 2.4 million men and women call prison their home in the US. This is a significant portion of our society that is easily forgotten and even discarded. 2nd Chance Outreach Ministries has a passion for the incarcerated and is serious about reaching them for Christ. In the past 20 years, they have traveled over half a million miles and presented Christ in nearly 1300 concerts in 8 states. Their first goal is to win the lost; but a close second goal is to encourage, strengthen and be a support to believers, struggling to keep their spirits up living within the darkness of prison walls. firstname.lastname@example.org | www.cjorndorff.com
A Step Beyond is a nonprofit organization that provides economically disadvantaged youth with the skills and habits to reach their fullest potential. We do this through a unique approach that combines rigorous, professional dance training complimented by academic and family counseling services. A Step Beyond focuses on North County San Diego’s youth, providing them with the training and resources necessary to build their artistic capacity and be prepared for higher education and careers of choice.
email@example.com | www.a-step-beyond.org
Christians Surfers is a global trans-denominational mission movement, in the US this includes local groups up and down our SD coast, who combine their passion for surfing with pursuit of authentic spirituality. The vision: that every surfer in every surf community would have an opportunity to know and follow Jesus. Surf the waves, change the world, follow Jesus. www.christiansurfers.com
Jim and Jenny Balderson (OSIDE): Balderson.firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheyne + Solveig Jobbins (CBAD): email@example.com
Greg Kester (ENC): Gregory.firstname.lastname@example.org
Fill-a-Belly is a grass roots weekly dinner for the homeless that focuses on building relationships by breaking bread together. This ministry offers locals in the community a chance to personally get to know and share God’s love with those who are hurting either financially or emotionally. This connection creates a support network for those experiencing hard times and gives them the freedom to trust that there are people interested in them and willing to care for them. Every person wants to be known by someone else, to know that they are not invisible or worthless.
Fill-a-Belly promotes relationship through sharing a meal, playing games and talking with each other. This compassion ministry offers opportunities each week to serve the homeless in Encinitas and Carlsbad.
Facebook Page, Carlsbad
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Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA is the largest Christian sports organization in America, with a focus on serving local churches and communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ. FCA desires that the coach/player relationship would demonstrate steadfast commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word through integrity, service, teamwork and excellence, while building a bridge to the local church in their area. FCA has “huddle” groups on 150 campuses in San Diego County including Carlsbad and La Costa Canyon High Schools.
Our vision at Hope Leadership Academy is a comprehensive year-round youth ministry that seeks to ensure that youth from fatherless homes in undeserved communities receive support, guidance, and plan to break the cycles of divorce, poverty and hopelessness. We aim to prepare today’s youth to be tomorrow’s leaders locally, nationally and internationally. We desire to help youth realize and actualize their potential by providing spiritual mentorship, educational and athletic support along with exposure to the arts, while helping them meet their most basic needs.
email@example.com | www.hla.org
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InterVarsity is an evangelical ministry serving students and faculty on college campuses and universities nationwide. Our purpose is to establish and advance witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord. Our goal in San Diego is to see 1,000 students leading other students to Jesus every year. We are pursuing this goal through training students to start and lead multiplicative and missional Bible studies that reach every campus culture. Currently we have small groups reaching Athletes, Sorority & Fraternity students, residential and commuter students, women, men, Veterans, Latinos, Filipinos, and Internationals. More groups are beginning as students reach the communities they are involved in. In North County, all campuses gather for weekly worship & outreach on Wednesday nights at CSUSM and Bible studies are held weekly at CSUSM, Miracosta and Palomar. NCCC supports the ministry of InterVarsity on several campuses in San Diego. Look on InterVarsity’s website to find a campus near you and get connected!
Ryan Pfeiffer: Ryan.firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Abed: Lindaabed2@gmail.com
National website: www.intervarsity.org
North County website: https://ivnorthcounty.org
Since 1994 Kids Around the World has been igniting hope in over 60 countries through means of providing playgrounds, restoring health with life-saving meals, and resourcing teachers to reach millions of children with the gospel. Our ultimate mission is to impact the lives of kids with God’s transforming hope.
God implores us to care for the poor, widows, orphans, immigrants and the oppressed. Terri Franklin and Karen Richards continue to partner with the Sudanese refugee community and other refugees as well in San Diego. These refugees have experienced horrors that we cannot imagine. As part of the family of God, we encourage them to trust God in every area of their lives. They have opportunities to pray, heal, grow spiritually and discover God’s ways. Through personal friendships, counseling and mentoring, we assist them with their spiritual, medical, legal, educational, employment and emergency needs.
OurRefugeeFriends@gmail.com | www.lostboysofsudansandiego.org
Nations Foundation is a collective of artists, writers and storytellers who use their crafts to inspire justice, righteousness and redemption. Our inspiring stories of frontline believers incites action among world-wide faithful, from the dining room to the board room.
We advocate for the overlooked, under-appreciated warriors who lay their lives down for the cause of Christ. Our tools are cameras, pens, paper and digital design. We craft the very best videos, periodicals and pictures in order to inspire future generations of faithful.
Everyday the doors are open, the Pregnancy Resource Center saves a baby from abortion or leads someone to the Lord! The caring, trained pro-life staff of the Pregnancy Resource Center are aware of the fears that come with an unexpected pregnancy and they strive to love and support women as they enter a new season of life. Their FREE services include pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, parenting classes, post-abortive support, and other helpful resources to both women and men. See below to find out how to get involved with this LIFE-Saving Ministry.
24 Hour Hotline 800.395.HELP
Leslie Salazar-Carrillo | www.pregnancyresourcecenter.com
The focus of Urban Youth Collaborative is to empower and develop urban leaders in schools where students face longer odds of success. Rev. Dr. Nate Landis, founder of Urban Youth Collaborative, started this organization because of his passion to share how Jesus brings hope, healing, and purpose into hurting lives. The goal is to win the hearts of these young individuals to Christ and connect them to a local church in their area. The program, then, aims to mobilize students as agents for change and transformation in their own neighborhoods. Currently, Urban Youth Collaborative utilizes a coalition 40 local churches that support student-led Bible clubs for more than 2,500 students every week at over 75 middle and high school campuses in San Diego County. email@example.com | www.uyc.org
Young Life doesn’t start with a program. It starts with adults who are concerned enough about kids to go to them, on their turf and in their culture, building bridges of authentic friendship. These relationships don’t happen overnight — they take time, patience, trust and consistency.
So Young Life leaders log many hours with kids — where they are, as they are. We listen to their stories and learn what’s important to them because we genuinely care about their joys, triumphs, heartaches and setbacks. We believe in the power of presence. Kids’ lives are dramatically impacted when caring adults come alongside them, sharing God’s love with them. Because their Young Life leader believes in them, they begin to see that their lives have great worth, meaning and purpose.
This is the first step on a lifelong journey; the choices they make today, based upon God’s love for them, will impact future decisions–careers chosen, marriages formed and families raised. All ripples from the time when a Young Life leader made the effort to reach out and enter their world. www.cov.younglife.org
Young Life Special Needs Ministry
Matthew Anderson: firstname.lastname@example.org