Mercy and justice for the poor and marginalized are at the center of God's heart. As the platform for mercy ministries at Redeemer and a separate 501(c)3 non-profit, Hope for San Diego enables us to partner with other churches and multiply our efforts towards bringing renewal to our city.
Hope for San Diego raises awareness, engages volunteers and provides financial resources to trusted affiliates (local non-profit agencies) who are holistically and sustainably serving poor or marginalized populations across the city.
Annual Day of Service - July 8
Join us on Saturday, July 8 for Hope for San Diego's annual Hands of Hope day of service. We'll be sending out groups to serve more than 12 trusted organizations throughout San Diego. With opportunities to serve refugees and immigrants, trafficking victims, people experiencing homelessness, and kids in foster care, there is something for everyone! Visit www.hopeforsd.org/handsofhope for more details and to sign up to serve!
A Different Kind of Highway You’re probably not surprised to hear the I-5 North in San Diego is the second busiest highway in the United States. You’ve sat sweltering in a traffic jam, trying to make your way to L.A. or the beach on a Friday afternoon. Imagine a similar highway, facilitated on the internet by pimps and gang members, a route for traffickers to transport unwilling victims to their next exploitation. Read More
The White Helmets of San Diego Recently a Congolese family who arrived from a Tanzanian refugee camp less than a year ago, became homeless. On a cold Tuesday in City Heights, a family of eight, including a 10-year-old boy with cerebral palsy, stood outside all day after their belongings had been scattered on the lawn in front of the apartment complex they once called home. They had nowhere to go and no one to call. Read More