Compassionate Community Service

Putting Feet to Our Prayers

Unity San Diego's outreach, provides opportunities for our congregation to contribute to the well-being of others locally and globally.

    Mission: To inspire and engage Unity San Diego in compassionate connection with the local and global community through generosity, service, and understanding.
    Vision: A connected, compassionate community serving together to meet needs and empower people.

To get more information about our current projects or to get on the Community Service email list, please contact info@unitysandiego.org.

We look forward to your participation with our team as we answer the call to assist those in need. Our support for the following organizations and the general public comes in many forms:

  • Fundraising for specific events
  • Delivering and serving meals to the homeless
  • Providing donations such as shoes, coats, school supplies and food.
     

Compassionate Community Service Activities


Angels in the Wings

Working together as loving and compassionate volunteers, Angels in the Wings: Arranges the Necessary Gifts to Enrich the Lives of those in our church family who are in need, creating and sharing abundance and love. The Angels in the Wings are loving individuals with a variety of talents who wait “in the wings” until their services are required, and then step forward to assist members of our church family in need.

Holiday Program (Giving Tree)

 

Western Service Workers

WSWA is an all-volunteer organization that has supported low-income service workers in San Diego County for the past 40 years. Each recipient also volunteers in some manner to support the work of WSWA in health, housing and legal matters. The office is located at 3014 Imperial Ave, San Diego, CA 92102. For more information, please call Brandon McDonald, Lead Organizer at 619-238-9763.

 

Stuffed Toy Drive

We collect stuffed toys for blessing and distribution in December.  Please bring in your toys to share.  During Sunday services hold them, bless them, and bless the children who will receive them.

 

Feeding San Diego

When you give to Feeding San Diego, every dollar stays here in the community, providing meals for kids, adults, and families in San Diego County. In fact, every $1 provides 4 meals ... that's enough to feed a family! So please give generously, because together, we can solve hunger.

 

 

Neighborhood House Association Head Start

Head Start is a federally-funded child development program designed to help break the cycle of poverty by providing preschool children of low-income families with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional and psychological needs. Head Start’s approach is that the parent is the child’s primary educator and that the entire family, as well as the community, must be involved in guiding and nurturing the child. Over the past four decades, Head Start has touched the lives of more than 250,000 low-income preschool children and families at more than 140 locations in San Diego County.

 

City Heights Prep Charter School

Our Mission: The mission of City Heights Prep is to provide an excellent neighborhood based and college preparatory education for middle and high school students in City Heights.
Our Vision: It is our vision to see City Heights Prep graduates succeed in the college or university of their choice, prepared to become community leaders who work for positive change in City Heights and beyond.