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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Homeless & Housing, Homeless Shelters

Mission: City Union Mission is an evangelical Christian ministry committed to sharing the gospel and meeting the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of men, women, and children who are poor or homeless.

Extend a "hand up" to those in need at our website at CityUnionMission.org orthrough GKCCF by clickinghere.

Programs: Extend a "hand up" to those in need at our website at CityUnionMission.org orthrough GKCCF by clickinghere.

Thousands of homeless people find shelter from the streets through theHotline for the Homeless, a service of City Union Mission. Men, womenand families call the Hotline for the Homeless at (816) 474-4599 to find out whichKansas City shelters can provide temporary shelter for the night. TheHotline, a free service, works with other shelters to provide accurateinformation 24 hours a day, handling around 19,000 calls each year.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

This is a terrific organization that truly serves Christ and serves the greater Kansas City community by providing help to those in need. It is well run, lean and focused on helping people. Jesus came to serve and to give. It stands to reason that God desires the same for us. God is using City Union Mission to change lives for His kingdom. Please support them generously.

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2 Dan D.


Rating: 5

Someone recently wrote a review that I want to respond to since I'm named and described as dishonest. City Union Mission did indeed transfer management of our thrift stores to a service that specializes in this area. Thrift employees who were interested in continuing their employment with the new management service were invited to apply for new positions. Several did and were hired. Our thrift stores are still owned by City Union Mission and profits continue to be used for the various programs of the Mission. Those dollars raised and given to the Mission are used to help feed and shelter the up to 400 men, women, and children in our shelters each day and night. Our thrift stores continue to be used as training sites for men on our 1 year Christian Life Program and our northeast Kansas City store continues to be our "give away" store because about 80% of what goes out the doors is given away to the poor.

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