10247 Algiers, Houston, TX 77041, US

(713) 466-4785

 

Out Breakfast event is cancelled but through an amazing gift, we're holding a MATCH giving campaign - See below

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Out Breakfast event is cancelled but through an amazing gift, we're holding a MATCH giving campaign - See below

Match Your Gift

Mission Miracles Match Campaign

Mission Miracles Match Campaign

Mission Miracles Match Campaign

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Our annual Miracles of The Mission Fundraising Breakfast has been cancelled, however, Miracles are still happening at The Mission of Yahweh.  


Through the amazing generosity of several Mission supporters we are able to host a $40,000 match campaign Please be a part of The Miracles at The Mission by joining the campaign and helping us to provide meals, shelter and care for women and children in need. This campaign will end on June 1, 2020.  Every gift will be matched dollar for dollar up to $40,000! 

Mission Miracles Match Campaign

Mission Miracles Match Campaign

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THANK YOU MATCH CAMPAIGN SUPPORTERS 

Anthony and Toni Cannata,Ellen Cody, Community Bank of Texas, Health Insurance Solutions, Michelle Feagin, Todd and Lori King, Gus and Joyce Pankonien, Greg and Margaret Smith, Ron and Pam Sterlekar, UNS, Inc., Michael and Beth Sinclair, Wilbanks & Mackay, LLC,    John and Kari Work,  Salient Partners, In memory of John Blaisdell and an anonymous donor, in memory of John Blaisdell 



EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, RICHARD HILL Update for may 12, 2020

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Dear Friends of The Mission, 


I have missed being at the campus and having the opportunity to interact with everyone, especially those seeking tours and dropping off donations.  I am proud of our staff and residents who are continuing to follow our safety guidelines during these challenging times. Keeping the virus away from our campus so that no one becomes infected is our number one objective.


It is understandable that our residents, staff and supporters have feelings of isolation and restlessness during this period of shelter in place. Most everyone that I have talked to feels the same way. Hopefully, during this time you have found some comfort in knowing that God is in control, and He has a plan for your life as we persevere together through this pandemic.


We are extremely grateful for God’s continued protection, provision and blessing. Fortunately, there are no COVID 19 cases on our campus!


Maintaining the shelter in place will need to continue for a little while longer. Although there is some loosening of restrictions in Texas, the Mission is in a specific category that requires extra safety measures and time constraints.

  • We operate as a self-contained residential shelter with community living
  • Some  of our residents have underlying medical conditions with higher risk
  • Our senior care program serves older residents who are more vulnerable to the virus meaning they need extra protection


We will continue to monitor COVID 19 updates from the Center for Disease Control as well as information provided by both the local and national government and health authorities. This information will be utilized going forward to influence our decisions regarding Mission protocol.


The storm is not over so we need to remain vigilant. Because many of our residents are in the higher risk category it is incumbent upon us to err on the side of caution by not loosening our controls too quickly. The health and safety of our residents and staff continues to be our number one concern.


Many of our former residents are seeking reentry to our campus, but they are being denied at this time until the shelter in place is lifted. We anticipate a surge in the number of women and children seeking shelter in the next 18 months due to our contracting economy affecting jobs, and there will most likely be a reduction in government aid.

We are beginning the process of evaluating when to reopen the campus. When we make this decision, it will be done gradually in phases. A negative COVID 19 test will be required for entry. 


The phases might work like the following:

  • Phase      1, former residents and staff working remotely return
  • Phase      2, current residents can leave the campus for approved trips
  • Phase      3, intake is open for new residents
  • Phase      4, volunteers are allowed entry to the campus


We would like for each of you to make a commitment to pray for us as we move forward on this unknown journey. We definitely need God’s protection, provision and guidance during these uncertain times.


I would like to thank you for your continued cooperation and understanding of the protocol established for the Mission, and I look forward to the day when we can resume our normal operations.


May God bless you and keep you safe.

In His service,


Richard Hill

Executive Director 

About Us

Who we are

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. 

What we do

The Mission of Yahweh offers shelter and  many life-changing programs focused on ending the cycle of homelessness and dependency.  

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Mission of Yahweh

10247 Algiers, Houston, TX 77041, US

(713) 466-4785

Hours

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09:00 am – 05:00 pm