With a population of more than 8.6 million, New York City is a thriving, dynamic place. But within this mass of people living in the city, there are nearly 79,000 who are homeless, while others are enduring a poverty rate of more than 43 percent. Taylor Field with Graffiti Church and Andrew Mann with Graffiti 2 have branched out across the city with a goal of revitalizing communities by building relationships with people from all backgrounds and walks of life. Send Relief is partnering with Graffiti Church as we share their desire to “Meet the Need – First”.
It is in this time of urgent need that you have the greatest opportunity to give practical assistance, make personal connections, and share the gospel.
About Graffiti 2 Community Ministries
Revitalize. Revive. Revolutionize.
Graffiti 2 Community Ministries seeks to Revitalize, Revive, and Revolutionize the Mott Haven neighborhood of the South Bronx by enabling individuals to develop physically and mentally (revitalization); emotionally, socially and spiritually (revival); and become servant-leaders within their families, community and beyond (revolution).
What will you do:
Projects will include various forms of community engagement and evangelism in the Mott Haven community. Many of these projects will involve working with kids to help encourage them and grow their confidence through after school tutoring and mentoring, helping with homework, playing games and activities, as well as Bible study.
To learn more about the way Graffiti 2 meets needs, builds relationships, and changes lives in its community click here.
The cost is $300 per person which includes ministry projects and meals. Lodging is not included, but recommendations for housing are listed here.
Register yourself and your group
Pay deposit to confirm your reservation
Submit final payment prior to arrival
Once you are registered, you will receive a series of emails with details regarding your event. We will equip you with the information you need to make your experience meaningful.
Includes ministry projects, a MetroCard, and limited meals.