How It Began...

All Things Through Christ Outreach Ministries, Inc.

Our Beginnings

The beginnings of ATTCOM took shape the day its founder, Sam Ella McKenzie, answered a call from God to help those who are hungry, unemployed, and homeless. With her own money, as well as small donations she received from the community, Sam Ella started purchasing food to support her mission. She launched the first “Feed the Needy” program with help from her family, friends, and pastor – providing food for nearly 50 local families once a month.  .

Later, Sam Ella renamed the program “All Things Through Christ Outreach Ministres” (ATTCOM). Her perseverance and dedication to bringing hope to those in need soon caught the attention of other organizations, individuals, corporations, and volunteers. These partnerships have enabled the Chicago non-profit agency not only to expand their local coverage and services, but also to provide clothing, school supplies, and toiletries to impoverished children in Switzerland, Africa, and India.

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— Our Mission

We believe that there is always hope for restoring the lives of people in our community. Positive change can be sustained through education and good choices, but it must start with a helping hand from those who are blessed with good fortune. ATTCOM will organize and deliver this help through the generosity of our supporters.
02.

— Our Vision

To provide a visible and accessible community outreach center that includes a second-stage housing program. Using this facility and its resources, the members of ATTCOM will implement focused solutions to the problems plaguing our community. Our recipients won’t just be given aid; they will become empowered to rise above their circumstances.
03.

— Our Story

ATTCOM was established as a community outreach center  in 1998 to offer free food and clothing to needy families and individuals in the West Englewood neighborhood of Chicago. The community service organization’s presence has grown over the years, and now serves over 280 individuals each week.   
ATTCOM sponsors a summer youth program that employees young people between the ages of 16 and 22 who are exposed to assignments the equip them with professional skills to obtain better jobs and increase their educational in further education
 

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