At the heart of everything we do are intentional, one-on-one relationships with the children with whom we work. While we can't underestimate the importance of meeting physical, educational and spiritual needs, we understand that those are best met in the context of being actively involved in a child's daily life.
We are committed to being present in the communities where we work. For children coming from backgrounds of abuse or abandonment, the consistent attention and care we offer is often the simplest, yet most meaningful demonstration of love we can give. These relationships are also what make our programs successful.
The constant involvement and accountability provided through mentorship helps keep kids coming to Sidewalk Sonday School, helps us identify needs in a child's life, and actively proves the love of Christ in a tangible way.