Doing good

in the community

Get involved in making the Bay Area a better place by participating in our Doing Good Projects.

“Then Jesus went around

doing good” – Acts 10:38

At the Bay Area christian Church, we believe in inspiring people to do good and giving back to our communities. The Bay Area is known for its innovative tech companies like Google, Apple and Facebook. It is also home to over eight million people, and is a powerful and massive neighborhood driven by inspiration.

We provide volunteer opportunities in the Bay Area by continually supporting and building volunteer-driven, community service programs. We also have incredibly active and inspiring members who continue to stir us all with their examples of passion and love for their communities and the people who reside within them.

Doing Good Projects

We are proud of the work that our members are doing to regularly meet specific needs in the community. The following is a showcase of these efforts, some of which are grassroots projects organized entirely by volunteers.

E-Sports

Special needs kids participating alongside kids who are typical

E-Sports is an all-volunteer, inclusive sports program which partners typical and special needs kids alongside each other in various athletic capacities.

Project Doing Good

Start your own Doing Good Project

PDG is a site dedicated to fighting the constant stream of negative online by providing a source for good news stories. They also seek to provide resources to individuals or groups seeking help for Good Projects they are interested in getting off the ground.

BACC Toy Drive

Thousands donated each year to local agencies

Every year through the Toy Drive, BACC is able to provide teenagers and children who are either in the foster care system, survivors of human trafficking, terminally ill patients, or from low-income families across the Bay Area with toys and gift cards during the holiday season.

Turn 180

Sustaining recovery through community impact

Turn 180 helps those who struggle with chemical addiction to successfully sustain their recovery. They do this by focusing not only on their own addictions, but also on bringing benefit to others and the community.

East Palo Alto Academy Saturday School

Providing mentorship to students

East Palo Alto Academy (EPAA) Saturday School provide free mentorship and tutoring to all students on any subject. Volunteers in the area are needed to help tutoring kids K-8 as well as high school.

Hoops league

Building strong relationships on the court and off

Our annual hoops league is a competitive, NCAA certified program that we host each year over the summer. In addition, we host a middle school basketball clinic to help young players with their game and their character.
Donate

Looking for ways to give? Consider donating to the Doing Good Fund.

The Doing Good Fund is an opportunity to donate directly to supporting our key areas of community service: E-Sports, Hope Technology School, Benevolence within our church family, and grassroots community projects.

E-Sports

Where we serve our community free of charge or faith expectation.

Hope Tech School

A community partner providing inclusive education as a non-religious accredited institution.

Benevolence

Where we provide support for disciples facing catastrophic life situations.

Community projects

One time grants to support disciples who have developed and sustained a “good project.”

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