Click below to see individual resident families and their wish lists.
Included on the family pages are links for Walmart and Target if you wish to purchase and have them sent to The Mission.
Please remember to put a "gift note" with the gifts purchased, so we know who sent them.
Aftercare is provided for all residents who leave The Mission - for up to 1 year. This means we keep them supplied with food, clothing and even Christmas.
This year we had a lot of families find their new homes and move out, but becacuse of COVID, we've been slowly allowing new families to return. We will soon be at full capacity really soon - but until then, our aftercare families need our help more than ever this year!
Currently we have about 60 residents at The Mission. Many of them are single residents. Each one has asked for one Special GIft (and those gifts are listed on either Walmart or Target Gift Registries for The Mission.
CLICK ON THE PHOTOS TO VIEW THE WISH LISTS AND SHOPPING LINKS
The Mission of Yahweh is a faith-based shelter that has been empowering, enriching and restoring the lives of homeless women and children and provides outreach services to low-income communities since 1961.
The Mission of Yahweh is a non-profit 501(c)3 homeless shelter for women and children.
The Mission of Yahweh offers shelter and many life-changing programs focused on ending the cycle of homelessness and dependency.
Having reopened the campus to new residents in September, our occupancy has been increasing and our goal is to reach 80 by year end. New residents continue to be placed in 14 days of quarantine upon arrival, unless a current negative COVID 19 test result is presented. Current residents are enjoying some much-needed freedom to leave the campus for approved trips. All staff working remotely have returned, and now work most of their time at the campus.
Volunteers have returned to the kitchen and are providing, preparing, and serving meals. Additionally, they are helping with Chapel services and our food distribution ministry to the neighborhood. Our Thanksgiving give out to the community went well as 350 families benefited. Many of our volunteers unable to serve in their normal capacity switched gears and now look for opportunities to provide in-kind needs. It is amazing to witness how quickly our posted needs get met. Tours are now being allowed under certain circumstances, and we are hoping to have all volunteers back next year by the end of the first quarter.
We have adjusted well to our new virtual environment and are grateful for having implemented recent technological upgrades that supported zoom meetings, virtual classes and learning, remote access, and improved security. During these slower times with fewer residents on campus we have been able to complete many projects that improved the living conditions of our residents.
We are extremely grateful for God’s continued protection, provision, and guidance. Fortunately, none of our staff or residents have the virus.
Please continue to lift us up in prayer.
In His service,
If you are interested in volunteering or making a donation for any of these events, please contact email@example.com
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10247 Algiers, Houston, TX 77041, US
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