Save a place at the table for neighbors in need. Meals at the Mission have been a constant through decades of change. Food Service was the Mission’s first program offering and still remains the first point of contact for many YUGM guests.
Pulling on a warm coat against bitter winter cold can mean the difference between health and illness to YUGM clients. In extreme weather it might mean making it through another night in the elements. Clothing donated to YUGM are distributed to clients throughout the year.
More than a warm bed, YUGM emergency shelters seek to be a compassionate refuge from life on the streets. Men, women, couples and families in crisis receive lodging, case management and access to additional resources.
Providing over 26,000 bed nights per year creates a mountain of laundry. Linens are washed constantly to combat the spread of illness, insects, and parasites. Help give those in crisis the comfort of clean linens.
More than a safe place to be, it’s a place to belong. Madison House fills students’ out of school hours with tutoring, athletics, art opportunities, bible studies, summer camps and nightly meals while connecting them to caring adult mentors & tutors.
Many clients face significant barriers to employment, such as a criminal record, lack of transportation or poor work history. In VocEd, students overcome these barriers and realize their own potential by developing the skills, knowledge and experience they need to succeed.