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5354 Haven Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Monday – Thursday
(909) 980-2191
info@hillsidechurches.com

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Serve the City

Serve the City

We believe God has called Hillside to be a church that turns our hearts and our focus to local communities. We seek and are committed to building relationships and have intentional and strategic partnerships where we can work alongside the work God is already doing in our city.

Ongoing Opportunities

Here are some of the ways we can be Christ’s ambassadors in our neighborhoods. With Hillside’s local ministry partners, there are opportunities you can serve both from your home or in the community to care for others.

The Hope Pantry

The Hope Pantry exists to serve individuals and families in the surrounding area by providing food to fill the gap of hunger. Volunteers can help by handing out boxes of food to families or individuals, currently placing the boxes into cars all while giving a  warm smile and hello. The Pantry takes place on the first and third Saturday of each month. Volunteers are asked to serve from 6:45am-9:00am.

The Hope Pantry is run out of First Baptist church located at 7450 Archibald Ave. Rancho Cucamonga, Ca. 91730. For more information on serving at The Hope Pantry, you may contact First Baptist Church at 909-987-3676.

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Interested in making a non-perishable food donation?

Non- perishable food item donations are needed and can be dropped off at Hillside Community Church’s Rancho Campus or request a local pickup from your doorstep by emailing Steve Mathahs. Drive through the parking lot with your donations, and our team of volunteers will be there to collect them from you. Upcoming dates are on Wednesdays from 3-5pm, September 30th, October 14th, November 4th, November 18th, December 2nd, and December 16th.

Inland Southern California United Way

The United Way is committed to improving the lives and futures of children and families in need by investing in education, health and financial stability. For more information please visit our website or contact Crystal Lam at clam@ieuw.org.

About Inland SoCal UW

Inland Southern California United Way Ongoing Needs

  • Food delivery drivers- Drivers who can deliver food to low income families in need around the greater San Bernardino area. Hours and days are flexible.
  • Hygiene kits are in need that will be distributed for kids in transitional living in our area. Gather your group, family, or friends to put kits together! Examples of needed items are socks, toothbrushes, lip balm, toothpaste, deodorant, wet wipes, plastic combs, travel size first aid kit, feminine hygiene products, ziplock bags, shampoo and conditioner (travel size).

Foothill Family Shelter

Foothill Family Shelter brings hope and housing to families who are homeless or on the brink of homelessness. For more information please visit our website or contact Raquel Sanchez at raquel@foothillfamilyshelter.org

About Foothill Family Shelter

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Foothill Family Shelter Ongoing Needs

  • Food Pantry/Clothing closet- Help to collect, prepare, and sort items that go to families. Hours and days are flexible.
  • Help Desk- Be the first to answer calls and guide people to resources. Must be committed and trained. Hours and days are flexible.

God's Pantry

God’s Pantry helps to meet the basic wellness needs of the community. They are a volunteer supported food pantry helping the most underserved communities. For more information please visit our website or contact Jessica Palomo at jessica@gods-pantry.org.  To sign up for all volunteer opportunities, you must sign up on the website at gods-pantry.org. All volunteering information will be on their website and details will be given once you sign up.

About God’s Pantry

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God’s Pantry Ongoing Needs

  • Help throughout the week in their warehouse  to help sort food and put food boxes together. Located out of their warehouse in Pomona each Wednesday.
  • Help distribute food boxes to families (drive-thru style) at their many locations including Pomona, Fontana, West Covina and Chino.  Due to unforeseen changes currently due to covid, their distribution locations and days can change. On every Sunday, their website is updated with the days and locations of distributions for the upcoming week. Check on the “blue box” on their website to sign up to serve at one of their upcoming distributions.

Warrior for Children

Warrior for Children is an organization that provides tangible resources for children of trauma. They have several opportunities for volunteers to engage with. For more information, please visit our website or reach out to Amanda Brady at abrady@warriorforchildren.org.

About Warrior for Children

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Warrior for Children Ongoing Needs

  • Resource Center –sorting and organizing donations,pulling orders for resource requests, new inventory system, barcoding and wrapping. Trifecta of holidays, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas.
  • Delivery of resources – must be over 18 years of age or must be with an adult. Will receive specialized training if serving in this area. Not necessary to interact with the families being served.
  • Communication – photographs, office, social media, approach business to host drives.

TOUCH Ministries

Touch ministries is an outreach based ministry that reaches the homeless and needy throughout the Inland Empire. They focus on delivering food, clothing, medical and spiritual guidance. For more information, please visit our website or to volunteer contact Connie Anaya at 909-682-5474.

About TOUCH ministries

TOUCH Ministries Ongoing Needs

  • Volunteer opportunities every week on Monday, Wednesday & Friday (ideal for individuals or small groups)
  • Truckloads of food are donated to TOUCH throughout the week. Volunteers will help sort the food and fill boxes to be distributed to the local community.
  • Expected serve hours: Arrive by 7am, leave by 11:30am
  • Location: 219 West Belmont St., Ontario (located towards the rear of the Building)

The Starfish Ministry

The Starfish Ministry at Hillside is a community of families who meet to encourage and equip each other as we strive to make a difference, “One child at a time.” If you are a family involved with adoption, fostering or who is interested in learning about it, please come!

About the Starfish Ministry

Upcoming Opportunities

Looking for ways for you, your family and friends to serve during the upcoming holiday season? Hillside has partnered with several local organizations to support families trying to make ends meet after a hard year. Click below for all the details of these upcoming opportunities.

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