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Community
involvement

At Ekklesia F.I.T., we believe in giving back to our community and have cultivated relationships with mission-driven organizations in the Greater Phoenix area. We support and are involved in a number of fundraising and community service events throughout the year, and encourage members of our community to get involved. We partner with McDowell Mountain Community Church. for many of our volunteer opportunities. Please click on link to find out ways you can serve. 

Non-Profit Organizations we serve: 

Feed My Starving Children, Mesa, AZ

Friday, January 7, 2022 - 11:30-12:15 - email us if you would like to join our team of 10 packing event

I Rise FL  - Florida - We raised $3,300 at our We POUND for IRise event on 9/24/21 

Provision Project - Arizona - We helped raise over $2,000 in 2021 at our Pound 4 Pink Event

Phoenix Rescue MissionCollecting items December 5 & 19  at our free POUND® on The Patio class in Fountain Hills at 8:00 am

EK F.I.T. is also involved on an ongoing basis providing trash clean up at the Saguaro Lake in Mesa, AZ.

EVENTS

DECEMBER 5 & 19 2021

EK F.I.T. is partnering with Aline Health to collect items for the Phoenix Rescue Mission during our FREE outdoor POUND® on the Patio, December 5 & 19 in Fountain Hills. Location is 16845 E. Ave of the Fountains.  Bring mat, water, one of the suggested donations (see above collecting items) and a rockstar attitude and we will supply the rest!

SEPTEMBER 18, 2021

EK F.I.T. is partnering with I Rise, a non-profit organization dedicated to the social and economic justice for women who have survived violence & exploitation, and will be part of a fundraising event at 810 Billiards & Bowling in Chandler, AZ.  

Click here to get more information and learn how you can help. 

I Rise is a 501(c)(3) organization that promotes economic and social justice for women who have survived violence and exploitation, through creating supportive partnerships and a pathway to financial independence and upward mobility. For more information, visit www.irisefl.org.