PROJECT SCV | MAKING A TANGIBLE IMPACT IN OUR COMMUNITY
What if impacting the world was as simple as reaching out, just up the street? Well, it might be that simple. Or at least it can start there.
The Sanctuary has been, and will continue, throughout the year to support specific events and projects with our finances, our abilities and our time. Projects and partnerships have included Valley View Elementary, Golden Valley High School, Park Sierra Apartments (Canyon Country), The Village Apartments (Newhall), Single Mother's Outreach, LARC Ranch, homeless students, and more. We are continually looking for ways to come alongside communities in need within the Santa Clarita Valley to make a genuine difference.
OUR AUGUST FOCUS
Project SCV // The Village Apts. Community Event
This month we will be giving our finances, beyond the tithe, in response to a request by the City of Santa Clarita to partner together in hosting a community event for residents of the Village Apartment complex (located at 23700 Valle Del Oro in Newhall), many who are facing difficult challenges socioeconomically, while living in an area of the valley that has experienced higher incidents of crime. Planned for Saturday, August 25th (9am-noon), this event will provide families access to valuable community services, amidst a fun environment with games, giveaways and food. Let's make a tangible impact together!
Wondering where we got the inspiration to begin this journey? Check it out here.
Watch below to hear about current and past projects as well as some of our efforts and the positive change we've been able to effect.
VALLEY VIEW SUMMER BASH | 2015
A quick look back at another successful year-end carnival at Valley View Community School. Looking forward to many more!
COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS | VALLEY VIEW SPECIAL EDUCATION
Hear from Special Education Teacher, Belinda Huelin about the variety of needs they have at Valley View that no amount of government funding can provide.
COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS | CHRISTMAS 2014
In 2014 we sponsored over a dozen families at Valley View who were in need during the holidays. It included a Christmas turkey, a fully decorated tree and toys for their children. This is the story of the Bashan family.
VALLEY VIEW SUMMER BASH | 2014
A little bit about the first time we completely financed and staffed this school's annual end of year carnival. Hear from the principal, the PTA and others about the impact of a gift like this.