We are Ted and Dee Burdine, Outreach Coordinators for Capital Christian Center, Sacramento, CA. Over 18 years we have partnered with the Union Gospel Mission to have outreach events we call Street Fairs; Christmas to the Streets in November and Rise and Shine in April or May. This wonderful organization has been a place of love for our volunteers and the men in the program that help us with our events. We have seen first hand, over the long haul, how love from the staff of the Union Gospel Mission has changed lives. It is always a joy to attend the graduation service of the men who have completed their program. The testimony of the Union Gospel Mission is the success of their graduates. The men who have made, and continue to make the choice to work, raise their children to be successful and volunteer and give back to their community. All of us have choices to make each day, choosing to live beyond ourselves and to put God and others first is not always easy, but very rewarding. The staff of the Union Gospel Mission in Sacramento, CA at 400 Bannon Street have that gift of love. They give it out every day, to so many people. Lives are changed, hearts renewed and this is what community change is all about. Thanks team for always being there for so many.
I have been working in this field for 30 years and have not found a place that does all that UGM has done over the last 54 years.
The Union Gospel Mission is doing everything well. This organization is helping a tremendous amount of people while keeping God at the center of their mission to help. I think they could improve by advertising more, maybe. Other than that they are doing an excellent job.
It gives the homeless food & shelter along with an opportunity to enter a program where they learn how to live out the gospel daily & are given assistance finding a job. They need a women's program also.
We appreciate the generosity of the Union Gospel Mission. We benefit greatly from their generosity. Their Christian love shines through.
Union Gospel provides physical and emotional assistance to those in need. They offer a compassionate place for those who need relief.
They have a great public outreach in the public sector My donations appear to be utilized wisely by the director and staff of UGM. Good success stories from the people this mission serves
Union Gospel Missiom rehabilitates men and puts them to work. I've personally met some of their men and enjoy talking and working with them. I've dealt with them in ministry as well as personally donating furniture that they picked up with great service. Only improvement would be more publicity to get more support.
When I was in a dark place in my life the Mission was there 7 days a week. It was nice to get a hot meal, shower and clean clothes. Of all The word of God.
This nonprofit is excellent at providing men who are without shelter a place to stay and eat for the night while preaching the message about the Gospel. It can improve if it was an autonomous entity free from the influence of a board.
This Mission is a light house in a dark area. They continue in there endeavor to get the Gospel out.