The greatest benefit of City Center is the passion and drive of not just one organization, but dozens!
City Center is a collection of individually run non-profits that are co-located on the same campus and have the same goal to help people in crisis. Each partner organization may do different things, but together, as a collective we can network, share resources, and make our dollars reach farther, making an even greater impact than we could alone.
All partner organizations pay a below-market rate for office space. Interior lease agreements include office space, internet, phone lines, copiers, conference rooms, kitchens, electronic control door access, advanced building security, and the most inviting and fun workspace in the city.
For more detailed parameters of accepted organizations and for cost details, please email
Priscilla Robbins: Probbins@fresnomission.org
The Central California Food Bank provides nourishment for hungry children, adults, and seniors today so they can thrive tomorrow. Please consider donating.
Delivering innovative, high-quality health care to the people of the Central Valley.
Since 1970, Fresno Metro Ministry has actively advocated for the health and well-being of our community.
First Responders for Children Impacted by Emotional Trauma.
The purpose of Clovis Adult Education is to offer lifelong educational opportunities, which address the unique needs of our diverse community by providing the means to become productive community members and workers, effective family members, and lifelong learners.
City Without Orphans Operates as a bridge connecting the needs of foster & Orphaned children with the calling and resources of local church through advocacy, education, support & events.
Providing hope, healing, and restoration, to lives impacted by human trafficking.
Aspen Public Schools was built on a foundation that celebrates each individual's strengths and background.
Providing services that empower and support families and individuals in our culturally diverse community.
“For us at breaking the chains sitting down with CEO Matt Dildine and really beginning to hear City Centers heart of collaboration began to lace together everything we have been working for at Breaking the chains.”