"The message of hope abounds with The Narrow Door because of our community partners that give their time and financial support to make a Kingdom impact on our Coachella Valley now and for generations to come."
President & Co Founder of The Narrow Door
Our Mission is to identify and impact issues within the Coachella Valley by connecting people to God and a supporting community. We do this by providing free public assistance that calls for immediate action in the areas of hunger relief, homelessness, clothing, hygiene and discipleship programs.
The Church Without Walls
The Narrow Door is a volunteer-driven, faith based organization that finds the needs of the Coachella Valley and meets them above and beyond. Since 2009 we have served thousands of families in need, from the desolate to homeless, addicted and abused, widowed and orphaned.
Food, Clothing and Hygeine Items for Homeless
Referral Programs for Alternative Housing, SNAP and Medi-Cal
Life Skills Counseling
Mobile Hunger Relief
Youth Leadership Training
Community Bible Studies
Imagine Valley churches and other community partners working together to support their neighbors and in the process making positive measurable changes. To achieve this goal, The Narrow Door actively seeks out local church partners and service organizations to become our volunteer base. Currently there are over 50 churches and faitth based organizations currently involved. Ten of our church partners have taken on special roles by adopting communities. These groups deliver food boxes monthly, start community based Bible studies, provide children's activities as well as clean-up and fix-it projects.
A one-time gift to support outreach programs where the most urgent needs in the community are being met.
Starting a monthly Partnership to help those facing issues of hunger, homelessness and rebuilding lives and community.
Becoming a program or outreach sponsor
"For there will never cease to be poor in the land. Therefore I command you, ‘You shall open wide your hand to your brother, to the needy and to the poor, in your land."