City Life Center connects the community to opportunities, resources, and information that help families to thrive.
In 2014 City Life Center became an IRS recognized 501(C)(3) tax-exempt organization and was afforded the unique in-kind opportunity of operating in the 41,000-square-foot building formerly owned by the John Will Anderson Boys & Girls Club at 225 West 5th Avenue.
STRONG Thriving FAMILIES
City Life Center supports families to aid in the develop of the five protective factors that helps families to thrive and helps mitigate risk and enhance healthy development and well-being for youth. To learn more about how we accomplish these goals click here. "Strong, viable families build strong communities. Strong communities build strong economies, and strong states, and support the basic framework of American resilience, competitiveness, and high quality of life. Those, in turn, build a strong, prosperous, well protected, well respected nation." - By Hunter Oct 2, 2005
No single organization has the ability to solve any major problem by itself. Collective impact is a powerful approach to cross-sector collaboration that is achieving measurable effects on major social issues. City Life Center engages with likeminded organizations and individuals of good will to bring about change.
Fiscal Integrity and transparency
Financial integrity is one of the most critical responsibilities of City Life Center. Managing our money in true alignment with our organization’s mission is the core of financial integrity. In this era it is more important than ever to be sure that our organization manages its finances responsibly, and that the financial image we present is not only technically accurate but also tells the world how we use money to carry out our mission. We believe in a very high level of accountability and transparency because they want donors to know that we are trustworthy. We follow best practices in governance, donor relations and related areas to ensure ethical and responsible activities.