Over the past 3 years we have organically established relationships with the local homeless community, under-privileged families and a community who has been segregated from the local community due to their cultural background. Our mission in Spain is to support these groups and individuals through three main points of action:

  1. Empowerment
  2. Provision
  3. Healing

Every week our team of volunteers help collect and sort food for the homeless community and underprivileged families residing within the region of Malaga. We then hit the streets and distribute these food packs to over 80 people. What makes what we do different to other organisations is that we take our time and love on the people that we serve, it is far more than just handing over food packs, we build real relationships and over time help heal wounds caused from traumatic circumstances, we do this through prayer, reminding each person that God loves them and they are so valuable to Him, we are an ear that listens to their story and a shoulder to cry on.

When we realised that many children were unable to attend a summer camp during the summer holidays due to the high prices that were being asked for, we wanted to do something to help the children and the parents who this was affecting. That is when we decided to offer a free summer camp for children in the local area, that is specifically aimed at relieving the strain on parents who struggle to enroll their children into expensive summer camps. The CC summer camp includes activities are aimed at building social skills and combating behavioral issues. Pictured is Anna Kay who kindly brought her crafts workshop to our summer camp last year, where the children had a chance to make their real own purses, made by their own hands by being taught how to operate sewing machines.