We are blessed to help grow programs such as: the daily meals for children and for senior citizens, the school uniform project, the toy donations, nurse and medical care, the expectant mothers care, clothes and shoe donations, special Holiday meals/gatherings, frozen turkey donations, facility improvements, school sites improvements, school supplies, and grocery delivery for special-needs families in the community.

Volunteer Holding A Baby

FCS Trip 2014 and 2015

The 2014-2015 school year at Foothill Christian School in Glendora, CA marked the first that there would be two teams of youth and adults visiting ...

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Expanded Programs Throughout 2016

We are extremely thankful to the many hands and to the generous offerings that have allowed us to continue our growth in serving and expanding our ...

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2013 Dominican Republic Trip

The Foothill Christian School group is set and ready to depart November 23, 2013 from LAX.  Stay tuned for photos/updates of this trip and please p...

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Senior Lunch Program at Santo Domingo

This year we have started a regular lunch program for the senior citizens at the community of El Tamarindo. Smiling Seniors at the luncheon   Mar...

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Foothill Christian School Arrives in Dominican Republic

Motas Faces and a team from Foothill Christian School arrived today for a week long service project.It’s such a privilege to be able to serve God w...

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Thanksgiving Trip 2012

The countdown begins at FCS…I am extremely proud of the efforts by the administration, the teachers, and certainly looking forward to again, contin...

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San Dimas Little League Donations

A huge thanks to the San Dimas Little League for their donations to the Dominican youth

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Student Responses

Throughout life I believe God presents us with opportunities, and it’s our decision whether we take them on to change someone for the better. I thi...

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