Articles in Outreach
Photo highlights from the annual holiday event for neighborhood families, held in GCU Arena and staffed by University volunteers.
Donation of $10,000 has been made to Samaritan’s Purse, a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization.
There is little crossover in how Jenessa Fesmire was raised and how the children in south Phoenix, whom she mentors as a GCU Servant Scholar, live in poverty amid crime. And yet, Fesmire has become a part of their neighborhood. She has decided to move there to continue her ministry after she graduates in the spring.
Photo highlights from Serve the City on Nov. 2 from campus photographer Darryl Webb.
The event at NTC Park at Liberty Station drew runners, walkers, stroller riders and volunteers — many with personal stories to tell.
Photo highlights from the first San Diego running of the GCU Run to Fight Children’s Cancer.
By Janie Magruder
GCU News Bureau
Photos by Paul F. Gero
SAN DIEGO — Maya Thompson was dealt an unexpected and very much unwanted hand in 2010, when doctors found two cancerous tumors in her young son Ronan. …
Jesse Villegas, 25, has earned the first-ever GCU Community Service Award for following God’s call to minister to refugees at the nearby Serrano Village Apartments.
The College of Nursing and Health Care Professions has partnered with International Service Learning, a Texas-based nonprofit organization, to bring up to three teams of students and faculty to Puerto Viejo in northeastern Costa Rica.
Little Jaydon Bartletti and his family have been through a marathon of cancer treatment, and he will serve as honorary starter for the Oct. 26 Run to Fight Children’s Cancer, GCU’s fourth such event but its first in San Diego.