Ever evolving CTH has retired its flagship outreach event (Day of Hope) and is excited to announce the debut of Project ReFresh.

Project ReFresh is made possible by Community Congregational Development Corporation and EastLake church who purchased CTH mobile showers. Project ReFresh partners include the Chula Vista Fire Department and the South Bay Pioneers.

ABOUT Project ReFresh

The aim of Project ReFresh is to provide a client centered and safe space for the unsheltered community to feel ReFreshed and connected to services that allow them to continue on the path to self-sufficiency. Project ReFresh will also bring mobile showers to the South Bay (specifically to the South Bay). The unsheltered community will also have access to haircuts, a hot meal, hygiene bags, clothing and the gamut of CTH GAP services. The design behind any CTH program or event is accessibility, with that in mind, CTH has partnered with the CVFD to bring COVID-19 vaccinations to the unsheltered. This unsheltered community is just as in need of the vaccine and has every right to be in the best possible position available to combat with COVID.

SPONSORING Project ReFresh

Currently the intention is for Project ReFresh to be a monthly event, with the potential for the mobile shower aspect to run every week. However there are various costs associated with this. For $3500 you or your organization can sponsor a Project ReFresh event.
If interested please email CTH Development Director Sebastian Martinez at