Trussel Trust

We are currently in discussion with the Trussel Trust, to organize a food bank. When the facilities become available, the Food Bank will become operational and will be operated by us in collaboration with Trussel Trust. 

Christians Against Poverty (CAP)

We partner with CAP to run the Job Club, which is aimed at empowering the unemployed with the knowledge and skills they need to get back into employment. 

The British Army Cadet

The British Cadet come and recruit the youth that have troubled backgrounds. They train and give an opportunity to students to become professionals in various fields.

Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service (CCPAS)

We are Certified by CCPAS and take child protection and the protection of vulnerable persons very seriously. We apply the training and guidance from CCPAS, to deliver safe and professional services like, Sunday School, Youth Service, Saturday tuition classes etc.

Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches

We are an independent Church, lead by a team of pastors, with a lead pastor that chairs the board.

We are affiliated to the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC).

Microsoft

We are currently in discussion with Microsoft representatives to see how we can explore collaboration opportunities in various ways. This will involve leveraging Microsoft technologies for virtual services, incorporating Microsoft productivity tools for administrative tasks, exploring potential grants or sponsorships for community initiatives.

London Borough of Newham

The partnership deal with the London Borough of Newham will help initiate youth development programs, providing mentorship, skill-building workshops, or recreational activities to support the younger population. We will also establish an educational partnership program offering resources or volunteering for local schools and educational programs to enhance learning opportunities. We are also working on a program that will help develop job training and employment support to enhance the employability of residents, aligning with the borough’s economic development goals.

London Borough of Barking and Dagenham

We run a partnership deal with the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham that enables us reach out to local government officials, attending community events, and expressing interest in collaborative projects. Discussing potential joint initiatives such as community outreach programs, charitable activities, or cultural events which will definitely strengthen the connection.

The Christian Institute

The partnership deal between House of Mercy Christian Assembly and The Christian Institute is a collaboration that has lead to an expanded reach and greater influence in the community or target audience. Working together allows both organizations to leverage each other’s networks, potentially reaching a larger audience with their respective messages or services.

Access Group

The partnership between House of Mercy Christian Assembly and Access Group has enabled a broader reach for community services and programs, allowing them to positively impact a larger audience with results that are more efficient and effective and proper implementation of charitable activities, leveraging the strengths and expertise of both entities.

The partnership has help foster stronger ties with the local community, demonstrating a shared commitment to making a positive difference in people’s lives.

Google Ad Grant

The Deal between House of Mercy Christian Assembly and Google Ad Grant has yield several benefits which includes

Increased Visibility: Ensuring their charitable initiatives and messages reach a broader audience.

Free Advertising Budget: Google Ad Grant provides a significant advertising budget for eligible non-profits, allowing House of Mercy to promote events, fundraisers, and community programs without additional financial burden.

Targeted Outreach: The grant enables targeted advertising, helping House of Mercy reach specific demographics or geographic areas that align with their mission and community focus.

Engagement Opportunities: Google Ad Grants  drives traffic to House of Mercy’s website, increasing engagement and potentially attracting volunteers, donors, or participants for their programs.

Teen Challenge

The benefits of a partnership between Teen Challenge and House of Mercy is numerous, Teen Challenge offers different services or programs, a partnership that has resulted in a more comprehensive range of support for individuals in need. Teen Challenge has helped in the addiction of recovery programs

Community Fund
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The partnership between House of Mercy Christian Assembly and Access Group has enabled a broader reach for community services and programs, allowing them to positively impact a larger audience with results that are more efficient and effective and proper implementation of charitable activities, leveraging the strengths and expertise of both entities.

The partnership has help foster stronger ties with the local community, demonstrating a shared commitment to making a positive difference in people’s lives.

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