Ministries Making a Difference
FCA, The Block Cares, Every Generation Ministries, Children of the Nations, and more.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes is celebrating a record-breaking year of summer camps worldwide—more than 110,000 campers participated in 1,042 FCA camps across the globe in 2023. Six hundred of those camps took place in the U.S. Camps focus on athletic and leadership training, as well as sharing the Gospel. Each camper receives an FCA Bible. FCA earns four stars and an “A” transparency grade in the MinistryWatch database, and a donor confidence score of 92.
The Block Cares, a nonprofit affiliate of The Block Church in Philadelphia, is connecting with inner-city youth through practical, hands-on projects, such as building a playground for an elementary school (finished and dedicated in August 2023—pictured) and mentoring high school students. The Block Cares also collaborates with other local ministries and nonprofits to help invest in youth, such as hosting a family painting night and teaching students about health and nutrition through cooking classes.
Every Generation Ministries says it has impacted 351,408 children and trained 14,450 children’s workers through its ministry, which has established 16 locally-led children’s discipleship ministries in five regions of the world so far. The ministry also has plans to launch a ministry in Syria and the U.S. EGM has two stars and an “A” transparency grade in the MinistryWatch database, and a donor confidence score of 87.
Cramlington Nazarene Church in the north of England is engaging with its local community through its Jubilee Shed & Gardens where it serves up free tea, coffee and biscuits on the site of its community garden for anyone willing to stop in.
After World Water Day 2022, Children of the Nations was able to install a latrine on its Uganda campus so children could have access to a safer, more hygienic area to use the restroom. Children of the Nations has three stars and an “A” transparency grade in the MinistryWatch database, and a donor confidence score of 100.
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