Meals-A-Month donors are a very special group of friends who ensure that the Mission's ministry continues month after month, all year long. Learn more...
Poverty isn't limited to the unemployed, it affects working families as well.
Help families in need here.
You and your family can donate to buy gifts for the needy in our community by shopping on our online Gift Catalog. To shop now, click here.
For information about donating stocks and other major gifts, click here.
There are as many different ways to support Central Union Mission as there are needs for your support. Planning a gift is more than just finding a need. There are a lot of factors to consider. More information...
Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Central Union Mission whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.
Shop through Give Back America (GBA). GBA is an online shopping mall that was created to raise money for charities. Retailers pay GBA a commission to refer customers to their site. GBA takes the commission from the retailer and shares 60% with the charity of your choice. Click here to shop through Give Back America.
Add Central Union Mission to your eBay Giving Works charity listing. Selling products on eBay? You can designate all or a portion of your sales to serving the hungry and homeless the in Washington DC metro area.
Matching Gift Programs
Many employers offer matching gift programs. Learn more here...
Central Union Mission recently relocated from an outdated, inefficiently designed building to a new location at the former Gales School in an area of the city with the greatest need of support and care for poor, needy, and homeless people. Campaign for Compassion is offering supporters various opportunities to make Named Gifts to demonstrate their concern for those in need, to honor a special individual, or to memorialize a loved one.
For more details, click here.
For a Campaign for Compassion gift contribution, please email Deborah Chambers, director of strategic partnerships and community engagement, or call her at 202-745-7118.