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Who we are:

The Christian Compassion Center, Inc. (C3) collects merchandise from national retail outlets, businesses, and individuals for distribution to  citizens in need, free of charge. Through our ever growing number of volunteers and partners, we have been able to assist families in their immediate tangible goods needs and at the same time, empower our partners to assist in core needs assessment and long term holistic solutions.

1 John 3:17: “But if anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God’s  love abide in him? Little children, let us not love in word or talk but in deed and in truth.”

What we do:

Through October of 2017, the Christian Compassion Center has been blessed to provide over $5,000,000 of material goods to Austin’s disadvantaged community via our vetted Distribution  Partners and volunteers.

With the impact of Hurricane Harvey, C3 has been able to deliver over 1700 mattresses to those affected in flooded areas.

Thanks to our relationship with Good360 and their supply chain and the partners on the front lines, these new mattresses were delivered to a number of families that had gone without resources for some time.

In addition, it has empowered us to deliver mattresses to organizations like Texas Baptist Children’s Home, Cal Farley Boys Ranch, Miracle Farm, Manna Worldwide and several men and women transitional homes.

We continue to receive donations from over 20 stores via our Good360 partnership and expand our everyday outreach by which our ministry was founded as we recognize there is a crisis in our local community each day.

Thank you Good360!

We continue to pick up quality items from local businesses and individuals on a weekly basis to help with local outreach. Let us know if you can help us help our neighbors.

Through our relationship with World Vision, C3 was able to provide 17,100 toys via our partners to children this past Christmas season to those that may have gone without. 

The materials are available and the needs are great. Our hope is that through these acts of giving and kindness, we can facilitate the communication of the Gospel through these endeavors.

Partner Organizations:

  • Austin Baptist Association (ABA), Austin Baptist Church, Austin Bridge Builders Alliance (ABBA),  Austin Christian Fellowship, Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN), Austin Ridge, Austin Pregnancy Resource Center (APRC), Bastrop Long Term Recovery Team (BCLTRT),  Calvary Relief, Camp Wilderness Ridge, Celebration Church, Christian Resource Center at Twin Lakes, Fellowship at Scofield Farms, Good360,  Help for All Nations, Hill Country Bible Church, Ladies of Charity, Lake Travis United Methodist Church, Life Church, Life Bridge, Luke 4:18 Ministries,  Manna Worldwide, Manor Disaster Relief, Mission Possible, Movin’ and Groovin’, Oak Meadow Baptist Church, Partners in Hope, River City Hope Street, Stand in the Gap, Texas Baptist Bible Fellowship, Texas Baptist Children’s Home, Texas Baptist Disaster Recovery Team, Texas Reach Out, The Lakeway Church, United Christian Athletes, Victory Christian Center, Victory Outreach International, Youth with a Mission (YWAM).

Why we do it:

To demonstrate compassion by giving valuable goods to those in need and through these activities share the Good News.

What’s in it for supporters?

Knowledge that you are:

  • Reflecting God’s grace through acts of kindness.
  • Contributing to the welfare of our city’s disadvantaged.
  • Helping to eliminate waste destined for local landfills.
  • Encouraging transformation for our city.

In so doing, you are improving the “quality-of-life” for all Austin

James 2:14 “What good is it, my brothers, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can that faith save him? If a brother or sister is poorly clothed and lacking in daily food, and one of you says to them, “Go in peace, be warmed and filled,” without giving them the things needed for the body, what good is that?  So also faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead.”

Note: C3 does not discriminate in any form or fashion regarding ethnicity, race or religious views. We exist solely to provide materials and services to those who need a helping hand.

    The Christian Compassion Center, Inc (C3) is a 
registered 501(c)(3)non-profit organization. 
1415 RR 620 South, Suite 201, Austin, TX 78734