To prevent homelessness by helping people find jobs while providing for them materially and spiritually.
To see God honored by providing for the vocational, material and spiritual needs of those who are unemployed and actively seeking employment.
Honored As
  • The outstanding Faith based ministry in the Southeast in 2006
  • One of the ten top Social Entrepreneurial organizations in the United States by the Manhattan Institute in 2004
  •  A model Faith based program for the White House in 2003
  • The most productive Private Permanent Placement Agency in Central Florida by The Orlando Business Journal, since 1999
  • Ellison S. Onizuka Humanitarian award, 2011 presented by the Asian American Chamber
  • Bank of America's Neighborhood Builder Award 2011 
Latest News
October 16, 2014
Anual Christian HELP Harvest of Hope

The Christian HELP hosted their annual Harvest of Hope at the Orlando Marriott with over 300 guests. Scott Maxwell of the Orlando Sentinel was the MC.

July 15, 2014
Thank you to the Orlando Sentinel Family Fund

Thank you to the Orlando Sentinel Family Fund, a Robert McCormick Foundation for your recent donation of $25,000 for the Stop Hunger Now program.

One of the biggest wake-up calls this community had during the recent economic storm is that desperation and homelessness don't always look like what you might expect.

Warren lost her job as an elementary schoolteacher in December 2012. 
Then a woman at her son's school connected her with Christian HELP in Casselberry.
The organization, which operates a food bank and provides assistance with resumes, job searches and other services, is one of the many nonprofits supported by the Orlando Sentinel Family Fund. ...more

November 27, 2013
 New partnership.
Thank you to JP Morgan Chase for your support of expanding the Central Florida Jobs Initiative Program. We are excited about this new partnership to help job seekers to become successful employees.

September 11, 2013
 Helping others is JOB ONE.
Casselberry's Christian HELP is expanding its employment assistance programs. For more than 20 years, Christian HELP in Casselberry has provided vital assistance for struggling families and individuals. But in addition to its food pantry, holiday toy drives, and other resources, the faith-based organization is targeting the underlying cause of hunger and homelessness: unemployment and underemployment.
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Agencies are partnering together to help families in need over the summer
to have food on their table.
“Desperate” that was how he described himself. He had contacted our church through a suicide help line and it was late into the evening when we talked. He had lost his job several months before, his marriage had fallen apart and he was facing vehicle repossession which would make finding work almost impossible. That night we were able to provide hope. Our congregation is blessed with various referral opportunities and funding to help support people in his situation. We were able to refer him to counseling, help get him back on track with his financial situation and through the generous support from Christian HELP he was given food. He also received coaching and advise with his resume and job search. Through a referral from Christian HELP he was interviewed for a position for which he was hired. He shared with us the confidence that he had as a result of the support and care he received from Christian HELP. Christian HELP is a wonderful example of the Church united together in the Kingdom work God has called each us in which to engage. 

Sam Knight 
Associate Pastor for Congregational Life
First Presbyterian Church Orlando      Read More.
Updated: 01/05/2015