City Wide Club is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit community agency that provides social services to the poor, needy, senior citizens or just those in need of a helping hand through their 107 Networking Chapters, Nation-Wide. We are committed to work in partnership with our local communities, while eliminating conditions of poverty and promoting individual independence and self-sufficiency by providing various programs and services for the entire community.
Community Action changes people's lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes the world a better place to live. We care about the entire community and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.
City Wide Club SUPER FEAST is held annually at the George R Brown Convention Center where thousands are served with not only traditional hot nutritious meals but also clothing, household items, shoes, blankets, coats, jackets, flu shots, medical examinations, food baskets and more. Additionally, information is also available on affordable housing, educational and employment opportunities, where applicable information is also presented on the City Wide’s Life-Recovery Programs and a path that ultimately leads to a way off the streets.
City Wide Club Housing-Family Recovery Programs are designed to provide long-term care and guidance. With an attitude of acceptance, we seek to maintain an environment most conducive to true life-recovery for men, women and families who have been struggling with moral decay, alienation, addictive behavior, criminal conduct, educational inadequacies, financial problems, depression and/or hopelessness.
City Wide Club Youth Enrichment Services were created with the intent of providing structured After School and Technology Programs that put strong emphasis on education and life skills to enable young people to be better prepared for the challenges and demands that life brings. Team Members work carefully with each young person individually and collectively and is determined to make a positive life change for every young person involved in this program. Curriculum includes various activities to be conducted in groups as well as one-on-one hands-on activities and experiences such as college site visits, tours to community organizations, and volunteering opportunities for youth who wish to participate.
City Wide Club Charter School Program believes in the determination of the human spirit. We believe in hope, in the will of the individual, and most importantly that a quality education can help to overcome obstacles of poverty, family instability and community disorganization. Teamwork is promoted and high expectations are established for each student, teacher, parent, staff member and community member. Staff recruitment and training will be predicated on our beliefs and philosophy. The learning community including parents, staff, students, and administrators will value these core beliefs. The entire learning community will be educated to meet the needs of our students and to value their culture, language and learning styles.
City Wide Club Rent & Utility Assistance Program helps to assist low-income individuals and families by stabilizing and providing support during extreme crisis situations. This program provides families with financial assistance for a variety of crisis situations including: eviction, utility shut-off notices, emergency prescriptions and more.
City Wide Club Senior Citizens Enrichment Services is designed to promote a healthy lifestyle and maximize quality of life based on individual needs and interests. It is our aim to provide services, activities, programs and information designed to enrich and enhance the quality of life for our seniors, and to help them enjoy independent living.
City Wide Club Project Rescue Initiative is an emergency contingency response protocol to be implemented in the wake of a natural or man-made disaster impacting the greater Harris, Fort Bend, Liberty, Chambers, Waller, Montgomery, Brazoria and Galveston counties. Services include: • Emergency Rescue • Response • Temporary Shelter • Emergency Command • Center • Food Service • Emergency Supplies • Counseling Services • Medical Assistance • Security • Transportation • Social Service • Telecommunications • Volunteer Services
The support of companies, foundations and other organizations for more than 40 years has enabled City Wide Club of America to serve thousands of men, women and children who are in need around the world. We greatly appreciate and appeal for this vital network of community support in order to continue meeting the ever-changing needs of those most vulnerable in our society.
CWCC provides social services to the poor, needy, senior citizens or just those in need of a helping hand through the 107 Networking Chapters.
City Wide Club of Clubs (CWCC) is the outgrowth of an effort begun in 1975 by local high school and college students wanting to give back to their local community (Harris County) of their time and talent. Students held educational and career discussion seminars for junior and high school students. The panel consisted of professionals from the community who were invited to take part in discussions with students. Some of the topics covered included career goals, scholarships, drugs, teen pregnancy, crime and higher education.
Students heard from lawyers, doctors, government officials, clergy, professional athletes, media personalities and military personnel. At the first panel, there was a record turnout of 600 students. We discovered that a portion of these students and personal problems and came from dysfunctional homes and were in need of extensive counseling and training. At the time, one of our volunteers who was running for a City Council seat became ill and his campaign office lease was paid up for three months, the office space and phones were donated to CWCC during this period to conduct follow-ups from the school visits. From the very first day the office opened for services, we had over 215 students and parents to seek services. From there, the rest is history. The City Wide Club evolved into an established organization in 1975 and was later chartered in 1982 and received its exemption in 1983 under Section 501c(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.