I was a longtime supporter of the Mission while living in the District, and their work is so critical and loving that I've continued donating even after moving far away. Their list of "success stories" is truly astounding. They do so much good with so few resources for people who have so little in this world. Of all the services they provide, the most vital one is HOPE! Their staff members are always ready to help with just a phone call or email. I am in awe of their work and the good that they do in the DC community.
I have been contributing to Central Union Mission for years. I truly feel they do a tremendous service to the homeless and families in the Greater Washington D.C. area. I will continue to support this wonderful organization.
Helping the homeless and hurting people of Washington, DC
I’ve been volunteering with Central Union Mission for a couple of years now and find the experience to be extremely rewarding. You can tell that at the Mission they really care about the men there and want to see them grow and become the amazing men they are destined to be. If you ever have the time, please volunteer and give back to some awesome men who truly appreciate all that you do.
The lives Central Union Mission has impacted tells the story the best. We've heard countless testimony of people who have been dramatically helped by the Mission. The staff is kind, selfless and hardworking. The volunteers are wonderful. We're so thankful to be able to partner with this organization that has integrity and success in its mission.
I’ve known Mr. Treadwell personally for many years and had the privilege of volunteering at the mission several years ago. From the top down, this is a very very special organization, and DC and its citizens/workers owe a great debt to all who help the homeless in our city.
It's all about God working through an exceptionally committed staff to change lives for His glory and the good of society. Central Union Mission is an epicenter of love, impacting lives one person at a time.
A family member turned to you when he lost his bearings through drug and alcohol abuse. Today he’s on a different path to wholeness and healing and confidence thanks to the counseling and guidance and support your organization has provided.
Central Union Mission is doing the job that many do not want to know about or prefer to ignore the issues of the homeless Vet, homeless men, the single mom with kids and others in the greater DC area. Not only do they feed the stomach but they also feed their minds with God's truth and are taught critical job skills. David Treadwell and his team of paid staff and volunteers are helping to meet the needs of these folks.
Central Union Mission is my number one charity. They do exceptional work with the homeless through education, religion and job training. They provide meals and beds to the homeless who otherwise would go hungry and cold. And they do it with a devoted staff and volunteers. I am proud to be a supporter of this organization.
Monthly I bring a small group of volunteers from my church to work at the Family Ministry Center assisting with food distribution and we love it. Give us a great opportunity to help our brothers and sisters in DC.
We became donors to Central Union Mission (The Mission) several years ago. When we inquired about how our donations were used, We received an immediate response from The Mission. We constantly receive information about their activities to support those less fortunate in the D.C. area. We often receive invitations to stop by The Mission to see first hand, their work and what our contributions are providing for the needy. We feel very comfortable that our donations are used to support those in need in the community.
Was considering donating to this charity, but wished to actually visit and evaluate for myself if they do what their pamphlets say. Was warmly encouraged to “ come see for myself”. Was a far superior facility in every way than my expectations had been. Staff and volunteers are friendly, welcoming and respectful to their clients as well as visitors. Extremely clean. I would sleep comfortably and eat comfortably there with the rules and sanitary standards applied there. Remarkably well planned and much forethought on the best way to care for those needing assistance while making every effort to enable those using the facility to become independent and self sufficient if possible. I visited the men’s shelter only but was equally impressed with the information our guide related to me about the other 2 facilities. I left a check that day. Wonderfully set up and run efficiently without waste of assets. A gift to the Washington DC area.
They do excellent work to help those that are struggling. I feel very confident, as a donor, that the funds I give will be put to good use.
I know very well they service the DC area for many years. I have moved from there and have been away for fourteen years but I support their work and know they do a wonderful job.
I have been affiliated with Central Union Mission for many years as a donor. I have visited the facility and I have met many of the staff and residents. I found the place to be warm and inviting and a place where many men can receive a second chance in life.
As one resident told me "this place save my life." I truly like the fact that the precepts upon which Central Union Mission operates are scripturally based. They house, clothe, educate and seek gainful employment for the residents. They also provide meals and shelter for those just wanting some place to stay for the night. This is most definitely the work of Christ, to provide for the least, lost and the left out. My prayers as well as my support are with you as show the men there a better way to live with Christ in their lives.
Central Union Mission had been a Blessing to so many. As a Volunteer and Donor I'm happy with how they treat the helpless and is striving everyday to be great! Give now!
I gave them $50 one year. Then, they proceeded to bombard me with junk mail. I estimate that they spent $20 sending me junk mail in one year alone. I have no desire to donate money if a significant amount of the money is going to be spent on mailings. I have not given them any more money since then. I give this organization a grade of D.