Nabhi Christian Ministries is a 2019 Top-Rated Great Nonprofit!
Nabhi Christian Ministries (NCM) is a nonprofit 501C3, nondenominational church organization. NCM's primary purpose is to improve the quality of life for its neighbor by proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom and making disciples through:
1. Worship shaped by sound biblical teaching and exegesis producing transformation and godly leadership,
2. Evangelistic Outreach that includes a provision of services to help the impoverished, marginalized and outcast who struggle to overcome the challenges of everyday life to meet their basic needs.
NCM’s accomplish its goals through a mission dedicated to enhancing impoverished communities by reducing havoc and cultivating healthy environments through a provision of services that mentor, train, and develops quality citizens of all ages.
NCM currently offers the Hands for Hope Hardship Outreach that engages the poor, distressed or underprivileged in services to increase fulfillment and provides basic need services and distributions.
Founded in 1996 and incorporated in 1998, NCM proudly serves approximately 541 low-income individuals living in the City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County annually. Its budget is $44,991, a current church membership of 77 and a newly paid staff of 4. With the assistance of 60 volunteer mentors, 11 board members, partners, sponsors and small grants NCM spends approximately 750 hours per year in faith-based and outreach activities. In 2020, NCM is working to expand its Hands for Hope Hardship program with the goal to increase positive interactions between neighbors by offering services that substitutes negative risk factors with positive support buffers that transforms lives. Participants are resilient and possess strengths that assist them in recovering from negative experiences.
NCM is the recipient of the 2019, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Community Service Award for ongoing service and unwavering dedication to community outreach & engagement and the 2015 Jefferson and Soroptimist Awards for Outstanding Public Service for establishing the first African American Male Urban 4H Program Curriculum for the City of Pittsburgh through Penn State Extension.
NCM has been recognized eight times by the United States Congress, State of PA, Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh for its outreach efforts for improving Pittsburgh neighborhoods and reducing gang violence; for appreciation of dedication, enthusiasm, cooperation and tireless community work; for service and civic contribution to the City of Pittsburgh; for tireless work and effective leadership towards the goals of making Pittsburgh a more peaceful and loving place; and for all its efforts in helping so many of those in need of aid in the city.