Apr 10 Volunteer Spotlight: Chuck

Our Child Care and Pathways programs provide the love and security that kids and young women at Laura’s Home need to thrive. But for teen boys who came to Laura’s Home with their mothers, finding connection and building relationships can be difficult. One

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Apr 07 11 Ways to Be the Best Volunteer

 11 Ways to be the Best Volunteer Volunteering for the first time at a new place or the first time ever can bring out the nerves in most people! But at The City Mission, we want you to feel comfortable

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Apr 02 Ride with a Mission

Join us for our 4th annual Ride with a Mission. A motorcycle rally/fundraiser on Saturday, September 12, 2015! The City Mission, for 105 years, has been providing help and hope to all people through the transforming power of God’s love, will

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Feb 10 Become a Young Leader

Do you have passion and enthusiasm for serving those in need? If so, we have big plans for you! Become an intern at The City Mission and learn how to serve and minister to men, women, and children in crisis.

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Feb 10 Brittany – Words of Hope

The City Mission in general focuses so much on hope, and bringing hope to the people around us, and I know for me it even served as hope for myself when you’re in a desperate situation. –Brittany Kimlingen, Pathways Intern.

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Feb 10 Emily: Showing Christ’s Love

Hear from intern, Emily Sigmon, as she witnesses client transformation first-hand during  a Laura’s Home Women’s Crisis Center program. Laura’s Home interns get to see what it’s like to work each day with women and children in crisis, build relationships

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Feb 10 From Crisis to the Kitchen

About a month ago we highlighted upgrades and programs new to the Crossroads Men’s Crisis Center at The City Mission thanks to incredible community support; one of these changes was the addition of Crossroads Culinary Kitchen, a culinary arts training

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