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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Religion, Religion-Related

Mission: Mission arlington, inc. Serves the people of arlington and surrounding areas by providing bible education, afterschool and other activities, and monetary assistance in the neighborhoods where people in need live. Mission arlington, inc. Also trains missionaries from across the nation to minister in the metroplex, in their own hometowns, and around the world.

Programs: Bible studies: mission arlington hosts weekly bible education classes in various locations. Some groups meet in church buildings, but most meet in apartment complexes, nursing homes, and mobile home parks. Most bible studies are led by bi-vocational volunteer pastors or teachers. Many of these leaders became involved by attending a bible study in their neighborhood then later stepping up to lead the classes on their own. The taxpayer has had a presence in 328 locations throughout the dfw metroplex.

benevolence : mission arlington assists families in crisis with rent, utility assistance, tuition and books, auto repairs and other needs. From january to april 2011, approximately 120 families were assisted financially.

afterschool : mission arlington provides afterschool tutoring throughout arlington and grand prairie. The afterschool programs consist of homework tutoring, bible lessons, and other activities. In 2011, hundreds of children per week participated in one of these programs.

missionary training, adult ministry, other

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

I thank God for the treatment and compassion I received at Mission Arlington when I had knee pain for months.

Review from Guidestar

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

I took my daughter to children hospital at mission Arlington,so they told us to set outside and my child is 4 we waited like 1 hr so I went back inside to ask why they asked my daughter to set outside,so the man who was there like a Receptionist told me I don’t hv a right to ask or complain because they Treating my daughter for free, at the end we saw the doctor and she was really nice, for me I think the man doesn’t deserve to work in children’s hospital

Chukwuemeka David Ohagi Uzoigwe J.

Client Served

Rating: 1

A volunteer at Mission Arlington assumed that my elderly Mother and I were trying to stealing a old fan and called us thieves.

My mother wanted to get a fan so I brought the fan to a circuit to check whether the fan is working. The volunteer saw me and assumed we were trying to steal the fan.

The volunteer said we are stealing the fan. I rarely come to Mission Arlington. My Mother is the one that comes to Mission Arlington. I told the volunteer he should have kindly explained the protocol instead of calling us thieves.

The volunteer didn't apologize. Instead he said, you guys should know the protocol.

My Mother and I didn't come to Mission Arlington to be called thieves.


Rating: 4

Tillie, the one who helped start the place, has a beautiful soul. She is elderly in terms of her physical health; but, still is so active is most of the parts of the non-profit. She knows how she wants to run her ministry, and serves the community in such a wonderful way. She can be a bit controlling, but you have to consider her age (70+) and the stage of life she is in. Overall, Mission Arlington is a place that helps the community with food, clothing, toys for children, homeless, dental work, physician work, and more. Generally speaking, the people there are good people. I see the changes they are making to their facility, and it seems to be getting the upgrades it needs.