CPC Serve Day: Hope for the Future

On Saturday May 21 and Sunday May 22 over a hundred volunteers from CPC Danville came out to serve in the inner city of San Francisco. Volunteer team members served through the Rescue Mission, Thrift Store, and Adopt a Building—three of San Francisco City Impact's several ministries that run throughout the week. 

The weekend activities are a part of CPC Danville's Serve Day to engage and serve the community with love.

But the weekend can't be summed up solely on statistics or data. City Impact and San Francisco's inner city has an even closer tie to the city and people of Danville. In 2007, San Francisco City Impact almost shut down because of city ordinances and the Private K-8 School needed a complete renovation costing millions of dollars to be brought up to code. CPC Danville was a vital catalyst in propelling this movement forward called "Miracle on Jones St." In 2010 the school building was completed and since then has had 300% growth now with 120 students enrolled. The school has increased enrollment for the following year and plans to increase enrollment to 250 in the next five years. 

Now reengaging with the inner city of San Francisco and many of the children, homeless, and residents of the inner city of San Francisco CPC Danville and many other churches are going beyond one day of service to partner long term to leverage resources and intervene on behalf of others. 

Thank you to the members of CPC Danville and the volunteer team members helping serve, lead and invest in a life in the inner city of San Francisco. Your efforts help build hope for the future and go beyond one day. 

San Francisco City Impact exists to intervene on behalf of the people in the inner city of San Francisco. We are an inner city church that mobilizes people to intervene on behalf of others through a Rescue Mission, K-8 School, Health Clinic, Adopt a Building initiative, School of Ministry, Volunteer Center, Social Services and Social Enterprises.