Join community members from local churches, businesses, government, schools and nonprofits to support and pray for greater impact for our region’s most vulnerable populations.
Pastor Earl Smith became the youngest chaplain ever hired by the California Department of Corrections when he was asked to become the chaplain at San Quentin in 1983.
In 2000, Earl was named National Correctional Chaplain of the Year. He currently serves as chaplain for the San Francisco 49ers and the Golden State Warriors.
He has appeared on HBO, CNN, The 700 Club, Trinity Broadcasting and the Discovery Channel, and has been featured in Newsweek and Time.
Earl was born and raised in Stockton, California, where he lives today with his wife, Angel, and their children Ebony, Earl Jr., Tamara, and Franklin.
Mark and Sue Williams
We envision a community where everyone can shine brightly, regardless of their circumstances.
Everyone deserves a chance to shine and reach for the stars. With our mission to serve unsheltered individuals, families, and seniors in the Tri-Valley region, we are launching the “Shooting for the Stars” campaign. Join us in creating a brighter future for those in need by supporting our efforts to provide essential services, support, and opportunities for growth through our Right Track Life Skills Program.
How You Can Support
Make a Donation: Your generous contributions will directly support our programs and services, enabling us to make a lasting difference in the lives of those we serve. Every dollar counts and brings us closer to our goal of engaging 60 new individual donors.