Strategic Ministry Partners


Children’s Hunger Fund

Contact: Dave Phillips, Tim Hackett
13931 Balboa Blvd., Sylmar, CA 91342
(818) 979-7100

The mission of Children's Hunger Fund (CHF) is to deliver hope to suffering children by equipping local churches for gospel-centered mercy ministry.

CHF has partnered with local churches to meet the needs of the poor and declare the gospel for over twenty years. Since 1991, 99% of total contributions - over $1 billion in food and oother aid - has been distributed through programs serving more than 20 million children across America and around the world. .

Every Wednesday and Saturday from 9:00am-12:00pm at the CHF warehouse, help package food, supplies, and toys for the families less fortunate and in underdeveloped countries. For more information, visit


Many Meals

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Contact: Kay Wilson-Bolton
848 East Main
Santa Paula, CA  93060-2734


Goal is to serve a balanced, generous, and nutritious meal to match any of the best home-cooked meals in town once a week for those in need in the community. Those would include the unemployed, the homeless, those earning a less than a living wage or who can’t make their income stretch to the end of the month, and even the lonely who just wish to share a meal in community with others. Providing this one meal can save money to go towards paying a utility bill, gas to drive to work, etc. It will also provide an opportunity for people to obtain information about other community resources. For more information visit:


Union Rescue Mission

Contact: Andy Bales, Steve Borja
545 South San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 347-6300

Union Rescue Mission (URM) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to serving men, women and children experiencing homelessness. Established in 1891, URM is one of the largest rescue missions of its kind in the United States and the oldest in Los Angeles.

URM provides a comprehensive array of emergency and long-term services to their guests, including: food, shelter, clothing, medical and dental care, recovery programs, transitional housing, legal assistance, education, counseling, and job training to needy men, women, children, and families.

For information on how to get involved, visit and find out how to fill out a Volunteer Interest Form. Upon applying as a volunteer, attend a Volunteer Orientation and get a tour of the Mission, an overview of their programs and services and how to get involved.

Join a group of students from The Master’s College each Friday night for an evening of outreach (Open Air Evangelism) in the Skid Row district. This involves handing out food and talking with the homeless and downtrodden residents of Skid Row. Meet under the Oaks at 8:00pm. Anyone is welcome to participate. Contact Haron Kaisa at or Carrie Poole at



World Impact

Contact: Tim Goddu
2001 South Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90007
(323) 735-1137

World Impact is a Christian organization dedicated to ministering God's love in the inner cities of America. Its purpose is to honor and glorify God and delight in Him in the inner cities by knowing God and making Him known. World Impact ministers cross-culturally to people unreached by the gospel of Jesus Christ through evangelism, follow-up, discipleship and indigenous church-planting. World Impact empowers urban disciples; training leadership for the advancement of the Kingdom of God.

World Impact provides Christian elementary and middle schools, emergency food, clothing, medicine and shelter, Christian camping and retreats, job training, tutoring, sports and recreation programs, and medical and dental clinics. For more information, visit For volunteer opportunities in LA, call (323) 735-3400 or email



SCV Food Pantry

Contact: Belinda Crawford
24133 Railroad Ave, Santa Clarita, CA 91321
(661) 255-9078

Los Angeles County is considered the hunger capital of the US, with over 8% of residents considered food insecure. A large percentage of households in Santa Clarita earn less than $29,999 each year and the mass majority of those who suffer greatest from hunger are children. Elderly often are forced to choose between purchasing the medications they require and food.

The Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry was established in 1986 by a small group of community volunteers. The SCV Food Pantry uses food donations from the community to provide supplemental food on a short-term basis to qualified local residents. For more information, visit

The Master’s College has created a community garden which upon rotational harvesting, all produce will be donated to the Food Pantry.  Students are wanted to help tend the garden on a weekly basis.



Zoe International

Contact: Michael Hart, Carol Hart, Betsy Meenk
ZOE International Ministries, P.O. Box 221510, Santa Clarita, CA 91322
(661) 255-7963

ZOE Children’s Homes is an international Christian organization that rescues children who are sold, or at risk of being sold, into prostitution slavery; orphaned, or victims of other heinous crimes and abuse. ZOE’s vision is to be an effective participant in ending human trafficking of children worldwide, and to go wherever children are at risk, to provide rescue, a hope and a future for them.

ZOE works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, and supports and provides for children all the basic necessities of life. This includes, but is not limited to nurture, meals, shelter, education, hygiene items, medical, dental and emergency care, clothing and shoes.

For more information, visit or call (661) 255-7963 for a DVD and/or volunteer application.




For more information regarding internships, volunteering, or for questions regarding any of these initiatives, please email Campus Ministries at or visit our office in King Hall.