I Am Active seeks to intertwine cause, communication, collaboration and movement by equipping individuals and organizations with necessary resources to live out and accomplish their unique, social and philanthropic activism goals. I Am Active provides simple tools for community-based activism such as the ability to: Host an Event, Coordinate Meals, Facilitate Food or Clothing Drive, Raise Funds, Schedule Volunteers.

Dollars raised to date

 $20,949.19

Donation items received

   2,661

Here are a few of our current initiatives:


Jacksonville, Florida
I know this is a super busy time of year, but this is an opportunity for us to show the love of Christ to a sister in need. Please let me know if you are able and willing to help provide meals for this family.

We are running the Subaru Distance Classic 1/2 Marathon on November 24, 2011 (Thanksgiving Day) to raise money to help a neighbor in need. We need your help!

This November, the team will travel to Nicaragua to film their first short documentary by telling the story of women and young girls who have been rescued and brought to a safe house in Managua, the country's capital. The women there have been taken from the streets and there are girls as young as 5 years old who were being sold into prostitution, but are now rediscovering their hope and worth.

San Jose, Costa Rica
Freedom Street Ministries is partnering with I Am Active to produce a documentary that will show, first-hand, the realities of the sexual exploitation of children in Costa Rica. The purpose of this documentary is to awaken the Costa Rican people, and bring awareness to the United States.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
By joining together people from all walks of life who are interested in redeeming the inner-city, we believe that we are marrying together a team that is representative of the bigger Kindom of God -- incarnational leaders who actually move into the neighborhood, indigenous leaders who already live there, and neighbors who "move in" spiritually through prayer, encouragement and financial support.

Jacksonville, Florida
The Share Shop is a shop which takes in donations and then hands them out to people within the community. It is set up to help families who are just barely making it, and need help with just everyday expenses. A few of the items which are given include clothing, household goods, toys, and furniture. It is also a great time for members of RCC to meet parents within the community. It was started in 2007 and is run by volunteers from RCC.




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