We hope by sharing personal stories it will give you a picture of the incredible impact being made in our community. More than just doing "good works", Compassion Network strives to build meaningful relationships with those we serve while continuing to make a difference in our city as a whole.

Serving the Lord

November 15, 2017

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Children and adults of all ages came together during this year’s Make a Difference Day event.  Schools were beautified, bikes were repaired, yards were landscaped and crafts were made for charitable distribution.  In helping others, people were able to glorify the Lord!  It was a very good day, look for the next Make a Difference day on October 27, 2018.  Also, see below the link to this year’s video showcasing all the work that was done.

Make a Difference Day 2017


Mommies, Diapers and Care Kits Oh My!

November 8, 2017

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One of the amazing projects that went on this year for Make A Difference Day was a diaper drive  by Warm Springs Elementary School. They collected nearly 8000 diapers. Over 2000 of them went up to the evacuation area in Napa and the rest were delivered here and we have been handing out the diapers along with the amazing Mommy Care Kits they also made. Our needy moms were thrilled to be blessed by such generosity! 


Making a Difference!

November 1, 2017

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Here are some highlights from Make A Difference Day 2017.  It was a huge success!  Final numbers are being calculated and will be announced at the M.A.D.D. Appreciation Celebration event held at City of Fremont city offices building in the Firefighter Training Room on Nov. 14 at 6pm.  Thank you to all who participated!  If you didn’t get a t-shirt we will bring what is left to the event. 


Hedges Beware – We’re Coming for YOU!

October 25, 2017

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We are always looking for projects which require volunteers to help seniors with their yard work.  This is one example – the volunteers from St. Paul United Methodist trimmed the client’s hedges and now they look great!  We have plenty of clients for more churches to help – let us know if you want to participate!

Compassion Network – 39155 Liberty Street, Fremont, CA, 94538 – 510-796-7378


Hearty Harvest Time!

October 18, 2017

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It’s that time of the year again! Hearty Harvest signups have started. Clients were lined up outside the Compassion Network office this morning waiting to sign up for the Thanksgiving Meal. Cedars Church is hosting the event this year. 
So far we have eleven churches participating and close to 600 dinners pledged! 

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