CityLink Food Warehouse

Food in a box is distributed twice a week which currently services 1,000 families a week. We also have a prayer ministry that runs concurrent with the food distribution. Also, on the 4th Thursday of the month, USDA Commodities are distributed.


CityLink Thrift Store

Clothing, Toys, Household items are sold at a minimal price, open to the community. Also Provides Clothing Vouchers to our homeless guests and the "Dress for Success" program participants.


The Give

The Community is blessed with these monthly events, which incorporate worship, empowered kidz..on the move, prayer teams, free haircuts, food and clothing, and guest also have access to free medical service provided byWOL Mobile Medical Unit.


Community Empowerment Outreaches 

Reaching neighborhoods in apartment complexes by bringing Jesus' love and teachings to local children in a fun format.​​


Rapid Rehousing + Homeless Prevention (ESG Grant)
CityLink administers the ESG grant for the City of Fontana. Funding from the grant is used to assist Fontana residents with rent and security deposits.

Cherish
Supports pregnant and/or young mothers with monthly meetings, parenting resources, clothing, diapers, mentoring and much more.


Embrace Me! Adoption & Foster Care
Provides support to families who are in the adoption process and families who are foster parents.


Mechanics Ministry/ ShearJoy
Provides Single Mothers and widows with free oil changes, tire rotations and a car wash.


ShearJoy

Provides free haircuts for women while they wait during Mechanics Ministry.


Jail Ministries

Women and men's teams serving monthly at the local detention centers conducting a one hour worship service for inmates.

At CityLink it is our commitment and goal to build bridges (spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically) in the lives of the people of our community so that they can find and fulfill their true destiny and purpose.  At CityLink, the local outreach department of Water of Life Community Church, is where CARING comes to meet the communities poor and needy.

For more information on CityLink

please view their website  ​HERE