Chula Vista Community Church provides financial support to the following humanitarian organizations:
Western Service Workers Association
A volunteer organization providing ongoing support to people and families in the community. Volunteers are always appreciated; please call WSWA at (619) 237-5215 if you can help. Food donations are always welcome and can be brought to the WSWA office located at:
3014 Imperial Ave, San Diego, California 92102
Lily of the Valley Orphanage
Lily of the Valley Orphanage: “Let the little children come to me” Matthew 19:14. A community that supports children living without parents.
Doctors Without Borders
Paws’itive Teams, San Diego
Paws’itive Teams, incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in California, provides service dogs for persons with disabilities, enabling these persons to live more independent lives and to achieve an enhanced quality of life. We custom train our service dogs to meet the specific needs of the individual and provide lifetime team support following placement. All placements are limited to San Diego County.
Chula Vista Welfare Council
Chula Vista Welfare Council’s food packaging and distribution program provides lunches for school children in Chula Vista who would otherwise go without. As part of the Chula Vista Community Collaborative, it also connects the children and their families with the Welfare organization and services that may benefit them.
H.E.A.R.T. of Chula Vista Animal Care Facility
The H.E.A.R.T. organization was founded in 2006 to assist with the ever increasing need for treating stray and abandoned animals in the Chula Vista area, and to promote positive, responsible animal welfare through adoption, spaying & neutering.
San Diego Youth & Community Services (SDYCS)
San Diego Youth Services (SDYS) is a non-profit charitable organization that since founded, has stabilized the lives of over 500,000 homeless, runaway, abused and at-risk youth in the San Diego area
Guide Dogs for the Blind
Guide Dogs for the Blind provides enhanced mobility to qualified individuals through partnership with dogs whose unique skills are developed and nurtured by dedicated volunteers and a professional staff.
San Diego’s only emergency night shelter program for homeless, runaway and “street” youth between the ages of 12 and 17. Its goals are to return young people to their families or to find alternative living arrangements, and to prevent their sexual exploitation. The Storefront Day Drop-in Center provides street kids with a safe place to be between the hours of school and the opening of the night center.
Pintler Pets is a private, grass-roots non-profit 501(c)3 Humane Society in Anaconda, Montana. Pintler Pets receives no governmental funding, and exists on private donations, grants, and from adoption fees.
Plant With Purpose
By reversing deforestation, Plant With Purpose helps the poor restore productivity to their land to create economic opportunity out of environmental restoration.
Since 1984 we have helped more than 100,000 people in some 230 villages lift themselves out of poverty through our holistic approach to sustainable development
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
The ASPCA was the first humane organization in the Western Hemisphere. Our mission, as stated by our founder, Henry Bergh, in 1866, is “to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States.”
Senior Community Centers (San Diego)
To provide quality and compassionate services for the survival, health and independence of seniors living in poverty.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
PETA focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: on factory farms, in laboratories, in the clothing trade, and in the entertainment industry. We also work on a variety of other issues, including the cruel killing of beavers, birds and other “pests,” and the abuse of backyard dogs.
Siloam Eye Hospital (Korea)
At the present time Siloam is sponsoring more than 40 different projects overseas for which your financial help and prayer support are eagerly sought.
Located in the high desert area of Los Angeles, this 94-acre mountain top ranch is surrounded by rolling hills and is beautifully landscaped. It is truly a haven for the animals lucky enough to have crossed paths with its founder.
The dog and cat residents of the SuperSanctuary, were all personally rescued in the wild by Leo Grillo, founder and president of D.E.L.T.A. Rescue. Abandoned, sick and slowly starving, they were days away from certain death.
But at the Super Sanctuary, it is the joy of a rich and happy new life that greets the rescued animals. . . days filled with good food, playtime and the knowledge that they are not only safe but greatly loved.