What do you want visitors and locals to know about City Walk Urban
Mission that they may not already know? – An average of 400 individuals in crisis get some type of service from CWUM each month. We offer transitional housing for men coming out of prison. We serve an average of 100 food insecure families with free groceries each month. 75-100 persons experiencing homelessness receive clothing, shoes, blankets, back packs, and personal care items each month. We send 52,000 pounds of clothing and other soft goods to third world countries each year.
How has City Walk Urban Mission grown since it started? We started with nothing but a vision from God and a heart for the hurting and we have just celebrated helping a total of 5000 people in 4.5 years.
What brings people to City Walk Urban Mission? Shoppers? It’s the deals! Amazing items 50-90% off retail. Donors? They want to give to a LOCAL mission that helps LOCAL people without wondering where their money goes. They want to be a part of it and see it in action. The persons in need? We have referral programs with most other non-profits and similar organizations. We all work together for the common good.
What’s next for City Walk Urban Mission? Building a new facility that will house more men as we never have enough space and a waiting list a mile long. We have plans for a sustainable farm and transition community but need to raise $400,000 to make it a reality.
What social media does City Walk Urban Mission use? Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest
Describe City Walk Urban Mission in 5 words or less. People Hurt. We Help.