To maximize the potential effectiveness of The Well, we have chosen to make institutional investments in organizations we believe in. These are investments in dollars, time, people and other resources. The following are organizations we have established partnerships with:
Every Neighborhood Partnership
The Well founded Every Neighborhood Partnership (ENP), a non-profit organization created to equip churches to partner with and serve elementary school neighborhoods through their active presence in the community.
Visit Every Neighborhood Partnership
Hume Lake Christian Camps
The Well has developed a strategic partnership with Hume Lake, where they have their own live worship and ways to get connected and serve, while featuring the same video teaching we offer at our Campuses.
Visit Hume Lake Christian Camps
Integrated Tribal Development Program (ITDP)
ITDP works to help improve the lives of the Hill Tribes in Northern Thailand by providing fresh drinking water, teaching practical agriculture skills, supporting economic development through fair trade coffee grown by the villagers, helping build and support schools and medical facilities and by sponsoring children.
West African Vocational Schools
West African Vocational Schools (WAVS) is a Christian non-profit in Fresno that offers hope and opportunity to young men and women in Guinea-Bissau by teaching them critical job skills such as auto mechanics, welding, sewing, computer basics, and English.
Visit West African Vocational Schools
Lanna Coffee exists to raise awareness for the needs of the people living in the Hill Tribes region of Northern Thailand. Lanna uses the proceeds from coffee sales and donations to sponsor a wide variety of holistic and sustainable community development projects. Their goal is to assist resource-poor hill tribes by increasing their social and economic opportunities.
Learn more about Lanna Coffee
Neighborhood Thrift is stocked with inventory donated largely by people who attend The Well. The proceeds from the thrift store go toward projects in the surrounding neighborhoods and hiring people who live near there.
Donations are accepted at Neighborhood Thrift, at the Clovis Campus Info Hub before or after any Sunday service, or in the shed at the North Campus on Sundays.
Visit Neighborhood Thrift
Off the Front
Off the Front is a local non-profit organization, started by Mike Slayden, one of The Well’s Teaching Pastors. Off The Front aims to motivate kids who live in impoverished areas of Fresno in the areas of education and physical health, by giving bicycles to every fourth grade student who achieves customized goals in academics, character, and service.
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