Our Community Partners
Our partners cultivate new ideas and help us fill gaps we otherwise are not able to fill. They generously share their expertise and help us change lives, we could not do what we do without them!
A Plus HVAC
A Plus HVAC, a heating and cooling company that provides their existing and future customers with A+ customer service 24/7 365 days of the year without cutting corners.
Here at Bella J’s Salon, we take pride in making all of our guests feel right at home. We are committed to always staying up on all the latest styles and trends. Our team only uses the most professional products and color the industry has to offer. Book your appointment today!
Cottage Hill Church
It’s our mission to move together from wherever “right now” is on to experience the full life Jesus Christ designed – and died – for you to experience. Our ministry is one of contemporary worship, applying the Bible to life, prayer, and relationships.
Our mission is to follow the commands of Jesus. He made it pretty simple: first, to love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength; and second, to love our neighbor as ourselves. Under His authority, and by virtue of his immanent presence, we will seek to make disciples, teaching them to obey His Word.
Harvest Bible Chapel
Harvest Bible Chapel is a church that seeks the vertical, full expression of God’s glory. We seek a high-impact, window-rattling, life-altering encounter with the Truth. The gratitude in our hearts is authentic. The grace we experience is real.
Kraftsmen is a family owned, full-service home remodeling company that specializes in design, kitchens, bathrooms, additions, and much more. Their team of in-house designers and licensed contractors will take you through a step-by-step remodeling process, from designing your dream living space to executing the actual construction phase.
The vision is simple: A passionate pursuit of bringing heaven to earth. (Matthew 6:9-10) Being a living demonstration of God’s love. A “quick fix” proposition? No. A life-long journey worth committing to? Absolutely!
“To make disciples.” That was the mission of New Day Church when it began in 2008 with a group eight people. Since then, the mission has remained the same. We’ve been so thankful to play a part in God changing lives and making hearts whole.
Once Upon A Child
Once Upon A Child is a locally owned and operated children’s resale store. We know that money doesn’t grow on trees and that children never stop growing!! Once Upon a Child is a one-stop shop for new and gently used children’s clothing, furniture, equipment, and accessories. Our customers want quality children’s clothing and we’re excited that we can offer discounts of up to 70% off of original retail prices. We strive to offer a fun and convenient way to sell your gently used items.
Ondrick Natural Earth
Founded by Adam Ondrick in 2006, Ondrick Natural Earth is the most comprehensive supplier of hardscaping and building stone in the Greater Springfield area. Ondrick Natural Earth provides their customers with pavers, mulch, landscaping stone, and much more.
Plato’s Closet is a trendy resale clothing store that buys and sells gently used, name brand clothing for teens and twentysomethings. Here, you’ll find a huge selection of designer styles as well as those everyday basics you can’t live without — all at up to 70% off mall retail prices. Cleaning out your closet? We can typically buy items in good condition that have been in retail stores within the past 12 to 18 months.
Ride to Remember
The Primary Purpose of the R2R is to bring awareness to all the fallen police officers and firefighters in the State of Massachusetts. The secondary purpose of the R2R is raising money for both the firefighter and police officer memorials along with Christina’s House (a homeless shelter for women with children in Springfield). The Ride-to-Remember is open to the public and has been called the best Century Ride in New England!
Rose & Gold
Rose & Gold is a digital marketing company that provides businesses with innovative marketing solutions to grow and achieve their marketing goals. Our creative team is driven by our passion to partner with small businesses and non-profits to help grow their online presence, engage with their audience, and tell their story.
Springfield WORKS Working Cities Challenge is a collaboration of more than 40 diverse stakeholders (“the Partners”) working to transform our workforce development ecosystem to provide economic opportunity ensuring our most vulnerable families can acquire the skills and assistance necessary. Christina’s House is a member of Community Based Organization/Pilot Site committee for Springfield WORKS (SW). SW is providing Workforce Development support for Christina’s House.
The City Church
The City Church desires to not just be a location, but a people. A people made up of all backgrounds, traditions, races, socioeconomic statuses and educational achievements. This sort of people that displays the construction, the glory, and beauty of God so that we might point people to Him.
The Q 99.7
The purpose of the Q 99.7 is to provide a message of hope to people of the Pioneer Valley and Northern Connecticut. Our mission is to deliver a message of hope to our community and encourage people in their walk of faith while introducing Jesus in a relevant way to those who don’t know Him.
West Springfield Church of Christ
We are sent into the world to be the instrument of God’s mission in the world – to reconcile the world to Himself through Jesus Christ.
Kevin E. Ambrose
In honor of Officer Kevin E. Ambrose, Christina’s House has partnered with the Ambrose Family, the Springfield Police Department and Area Law Enforcement Officers to develop the: ‘Christina’s House Kevin E. Ambrose Memorial and Award Program.’
The Kevin E. Ambrose Memorial Award will be given annually and will be offered to current or former members of Christina’s House, who show a positive attitude toward changing their life for the better, as well as that of their child.
In addition to the Kevin E. Ambrose Memorial Award, is the dedication of the “Christmas tree” room at Christina’s House to Officer Ambrose. This room bears the name of Kevin E. Ambrose and is a designated place for the women and children of Christina’s House to gather and build more nurturing relationships.
This program has been established, because we believe that the life of Kevin E. Ambrose, as a Springfield Police Officer was dedicated to the effort of protecting, serving and improving his community. This program will help perpetuate a memory that will be long reaching in helping others to understand the value of a life given in honor of another and the importance of that life becoming significant toward improving our community.
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Springfield, MA 01105
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