Springboro Community Assistance Center (SCAC)

Southwest Church is making a greater commitment this month to the Springboro Community Assistance Center. In addition to mission dollars going to financially support SCAC, we have an updated list of what they currently need:


Canned vegetables – green beans, corn, peas, carrots & mixed vegetables

Canned fruit – pears, peaches, pineapple, mandarin oranges & mixed fruit

Jars of applesauce

Packs of fruit cups and apple sauce cups

Fruit snacks

Instant oatmeal, pop tarts, breakfast bars, granola bars & fruit bars

Sides – pasta sides, boxed potatoes, stuffing & Ramen noodles

CANNED pasta sauce & diced tomatoes

CANNED meat (especially chicken)

CANNED beans

CANNED spaghetti, Spaghettios, ravioli, Beefaroni & lasagna

Peanut butter

Macaroni & Cheese

Cleaning supplies – multipurpose cleaners and disinfectant cleaners & wipes

Paper Products – Paper towels, toilet paper, and Kleenex

Personal Hygiene items – toothpaste, deoderant, shampoo, body wash, liquid hand soap & hand sanitizer

You can drop off items for SCAC in the church lobby Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday between 8am-3pm. The building will be closed on Thursday.

Victory Project

The Victory Project is a privately funded 501(c)(3) after-school program, mentoring disengaged young men in our city with our groundbreaking 3E curriculum.


BREAKING DOWN THE WALLS

The Victory Project breaks down the walls of captivity. By undoing the youths’ isolated experiences, we expose them to the potential of a positive socio-economic standing through our 3E’s Curriculum: Education, Entrepreneurship, and Enlightenment.


Pillars of Poverty

Studies have shown three common traits in generational poverty:

  • Drop out of high school
  • Get a criminal history
  • Having a child prior to marriage

Source: Brookings Institute

We strive to set our youth on a different trajectory. Our youth no longer depend on a criminal or social system which can enable their destructive lifestyles. Finding freedom and independence by obtaining marketable skills allows them to compete in the workforce.


Vision: Alternative to the street for America’s youth


Mission: [Without government funding] Empower young men to discover the life God intended by mastering self-awareness, self-sufficiency, and selfless service. 


Guiding Verse: You’re here to be light bringing out the God-colors in the world, God is not a secret to be kept we’re going public with this as public as a city on a hill. Matthew 5:14