Put God 1st Place, Sandy Bell is the tri-state’s only Black-owned, faith-based community center. It is centrally located in the heart of the city in Springfield Township and offers a myriad of resources and activities to our community.
Resources and Activities
- Instructional Martial Arts and Self-Defense
- Bible Study
- Ladies Dance Workout
- Financial and Fitness Bootcamp
- Health Awareness Events and Screenings and so much more!
The main purpose of PG1PSB is to develop and expand their faith-based organization for God’s people of all ages, backgrounds, and fitness levels to promote overall wellness. Above all, their main concentration are the youth and low-income families. This organization is committed to enhancing and the enrichment of the community through mind, body and soul. Most importantly, they always put God first in everything they do.
Currently, their primary focus is aiding single, black mothers. They do this by exposing their children to positive, core values through PG1PSB programs. Additionally, they also help by connecting those families with valuable resources such as referrals and donations of food, gas, household, jobs, and school supply needs.
Put God 1st Place, Sandy Bell’s Commitment
- Develop a culture where their youth and adults are staying positive and productive, never idle.
- Promote physical, spiritual, and mental health while providing child-care.
- Provide positive, fun options for youth to help reduce risky developmental behaviors.
- Offer social and emotional support and advocacy.
- Enhance cognitive and academic development.
- Provide a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment for all.
- Assist families with vital resources such as donations or referrals for food, gas, household, jobs, and school supply needs.
- Restore hope and connect others to God’s word in a relaxed, relatable atmosphere.
Many tristate youths and adults do not have access to positive, hands-on, quality resources, and activities. At Put God 1st Place, Sandy Bell LLC, they cater to all circumstances and help wherever they can. They do this by offering payment options, discounted flat rated family plans, food and household donations, and sponsorships for those who are committed to the mission and values but are unable to pay. Effective, positive community programs provide a range of benefits to individuals, students, and families of various circumstances. Check out their website or call them at (513) 903-4614 to enroll your child today.
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