Mailing Address

Central Union Mission
P.O. Box 96763
Washington, DC 20090-6763

Men's Shelter

65 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 745-7118

*Donations may be dropped off at this location, 7 days a week, 7am to 7pm

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Food PLUS Center

MOVE UPDATE 10/18/16 – The Food Plus Center is still in the process of moving; construction is underway, furniture is being taken over and a new beginning is upon us. But due to permits, there is no official reopen date. Also, the address for the new location has not been released. Once permitted to open our doors, information will be given at that time. Please check this website for more details as our phone number is temporarily not working. Thank you for your patience.  
– Tracy Duncan, Director of Family Ministry 

Washington, DC 20018
(202) 290-1006

Families and individuals rely on the Mission's food assistance program in emergencies and as a steady source of food. In partnership with individuals, corporations and churches, the Mission distributes more than $5 million-worth of in-kind food, toiletries, clothing, household items and furniture each year. Central Union Mission provides food, clothes, furniture, and other household items at no cost to those we serve.

Open Monday thru Thursday 10:00 to 4:00

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Gospel Mission House

512 I St NW
Washington, DC 20001

A 15-bed Transitional House for men graduating from one of the mission's programs. The Mission’s Social Work Department is also housed at this location.

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Lambert House

1733 T Street SE
Washington, DC  20001

The Lambert House offers 5 apartment units for occupancy for low-income families.

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Camp Bennett Retreat and Conference Center

20501 Georgia Avenue
Brookeville, MD 20833

The idyllic Camp Bennett is a beautiful 220-acre retreat and conference center in upper Montgomery County, Maryland. The Camp dates back to 1934, when the Central Union Mission Women's Guild funded the purchase of a local farm that would serve as a summer camp for needy children.

Today, Camp Bennett is home to the Mission's residential summer camp program for financially underprivileged children, and is frequently used by churches and private organizations at other times. Its scenic setting is a perfect backdrop for seminars, fellowship activities, picnics, and corporate events.

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Administrative Office

2600 12th St, NE
Washington, DC 20018