- Phone: (650) 968-4200
- Mailing Address: 201 Castro Street, 3rd Floor, Mountain View, CA 94041
The Highway Community celebrates our ministry partners that care for the vulnerable in our midst everyday. We want to join in the good work God is doing through our ministry partners in our local community.
We invite you to explore where God might be prompting you to give your time, energy and resources to those in need and make a donation by following the links.
The giving of financial resources is important and needed, but Highway and our partners believe that building relationships is the key to transformation. Use the link below to give some of your time and take step toward a deeper involvement with our partners and those they serve.
EPA Made empowers single mothers through employment and job coaching, in order to let hope rise in East Palo Alto. EPA Made provides accountability in life skills, equips each other to become financially sustainable, and lives with hope that life will change and the season of suffering is not the end of our story.
BCM empowers East Palo Alto youth to grow spiritually, gain life skills and develop as leaders so they have hope and a future. BCM offers highly relational and holistic programs focused on helping young people grow into healthy adults by providing programs focused on academics, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics), and spiritual growth.
NCH ministries serves teenage mothers (ages 13-22) and their children in the city of East Palo Alto. NCHM houses up to 7 families at a time while offering support services that encourage spiritual, academic/vocational, parenting, life skills and social development. NCHM also offers weekly dinners, parenting classes and bible studies for 15-20 young mothers in EPA.
Able Works’ programs empower youth and young adults to move forward toward economic self-sufficiency by instilling a deeper understanding of life and finances in Silicon Valley. Able Works builds on-ramps to self-sustainability by providing opportunities for advancement in knowledge, education and stable employment.
RPM is passionate about igniting & equipping under-resourced youth and families with leadership, learning & life skills. Operating out of the Gateway Neighborhood Center and serving public schools, RPM believes that every child has a dream in their heart. Our dream, is that we’ll see a high school diploma in their hand, college on their mind, and a belief in their God-given potential.
Foster the Bay is a coalition of churches committed to providing a loving home for every child in the foster system. Caring for children in the foster system is a pro-active way to address the issues of homelessness, drug abuse, human trafficking, unemployment & teen pregnancy. The best way to see a transformed Bay Area tomorrow is to care for a vulnerable child today.
Located in Santa Barbara, Honduras, Footsteps’ Garden of Love & Hope is a holistic program that not only provides needy children with nutritious meals, clothing, and medicine, but also addresses their educational and spiritual needs in a safe, supportive Christ-centered environment.
The Senior Inclusion and Participation Project (SIPP) is an innovative, community-based project addressing the social isolation and loneliness of elders to reduce its negative impact on health and psychological well-being. SIPP is collaborating with local agencies and faith communities. The Highway Community has especially been supportive of a large number of Senior Befrienders, instrumental in bringing together Highway seniors and those from the broader community at intergenerational Senior Brunches and other special events. Please consider joining our loving and compassionate Senior Befrienders. Your generous donations will help the project expand its reach into Mountain View and Los Altos and help more seniors to be connected and experience a sense of love and belonging!
Red Rock Coffee is a space where the Highway Community can connect with the people and culture of Silicon Valley. Give, support, and be a part of the music, arts, and social life of Mountain View and the South Bay.
Cityteam San Jose’s Heritage Home helps pregnant women overcome homelessness, addiction, and other hardships while becoming loving mothers to their newborn babies. Heritage Home is a structured program that provides housing, meals, clothes, strollers, car seats, and diapers in addition to mentorship, education, parenting classes, Bible studies, AA meetings, recovery classes, and career workshops.
Sacred Heart’s mission is to build a community free from poverty by creating hope, opportunity, and action. Sacred Heart provides essential services, advocates for justice, and inspires our community to love, serve, and share.