Housing, Shelter

Central Union Mission

  • Washington, DC
  • http://missiondc.org

Mission Statement

To glorify God through proclaiming and teaching the gospel, leading people to Christ, developing disciples, and serving the needs of hurting people throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area.

Main Programs

  1. Social Service Agency

service areas

District of Columbia

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ruling year

1942

chief executive for fy 1998

Mr. David O. Treadwell

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Keywords

homeless, temporary shelter, food, poverty, hunger, clothing, rescue, christian, biblical rehabilitation spiritual, job training

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EIN

53-0218650

Physical Address

65 Massachusetts Ave., NW

Washington, DC 20001

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Temporary Shelter For the Homeless (L41)

Food Banks, Food Pantries (K31)

Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C. (P99)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

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Impact statement

2012 AccomplishmentsIn FY2011-2012 Central Union Mission was able to provide a wide range of comprehensive, life-changing services and goods to poor, homeless and hurting people in the Nation's Capital. With the support of faithful individuals, volunteers, churches, businesses, community partners and organizations, Central Union Mission was able to provide the following goods and services free of charge to some of the areas neediest individuals and families.Residential Services -52,323 nights of clean bedding and safe shelter were provided for homeless men and those in recovery -75 men were continuously housed and received and individualized social service support, life skills training, rehabilitation counseling, professional and educational services, employment prep, and numerous additional services based on individualized needs Nutritious Food -179,597 nourishing meals were served to men, women, families and children struggling with hunger and food security -4.9 million dollars worth of donated food items were redistributed through the Mission's emergency and supportive food programs, our network of partner agencies servicing low-income neighborhoods and those referred to us through local programs and community groups Educational and Professional Services -10,672 life-skills sessions conducted in subjects such as: literacy and math competency, job readiness, GED prep, English as a Second Language and biblical knowledge -831 individuals received professional services such as physicals, eye exams, testing, treatment and a wide range of medical and legal support -6,866 counseling sessions were held on issues related to social work, rehabilitation, addiction recovery, mental health, and family intervention Household and Commodity Support -1.5 million dollars worth of donated clothing, furniture, household items and other commodities were re-distributed to thousands of low-income families, individuals and children in need Outreach to Children -420 children attended week-long summer camp at Camp Bennett -1,200 children received backpacks filled with age-appropriate school supplies through Operation Backpack -2,221 children received holiday presents and clothing through Operation Christmas Miracle

Programs

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Program 1

Social Service Agency

The Men's Ministry offers shelter for up to 85 homeless men every night of the year. Another 45 men participate in our 60-week residential rehabilitation program. They are involved in daily Bible studies, individual and group therapy, church activities, job readiness training and recreational activities. Camp Bennett is a beautiful 219-acre facility, which provides a summer program for up to 448 needy children (ages 8-12). The camp also serves as a year round training center for men in the Mission's Residential Rehabilitation Program. Food Services administrates the supplies for the entire Mission, including the Caman average of 183,000 meals are served and 243,000 pounds of food are distributed to needy families and the elderly. Hispanic Outreach offers Bible Studies and English classes, health care and counseling to a growing Hispanic population.

Category

Human Services

Budget

$6,377,708.00

Population Served

Males, all ages or age unspecified

Financials

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Central Union Mission
Fiscal year: Jul 01-Jun 30
Yes, financials were audited by an independent accountant.

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Central Union Mission

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CHIEF EXECUTIVE FOR FISCAL YEAR

Mr. David O. Treadwell

BIO

David O Treadwell, Executive Director of Central Union Mission, was elected to the Mission's Board of Directors in 1997 and assumed his current position in February 1998. Dave graduated from Wheaton College, IL with a B.A. in history in 1965 and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army. He served two tours as an Infantry officer in Vietnam and subsequent military service included experience in command, operations, personnel, arms control negotiations and education. The last seven years of his service were in the Pentagon on the Army and Joint Staffs. In 1987, Dave retired from the Army to accept a position as the director of administration of Christian Legal Society. In 1995 he joined Advocates International, an international network of lawyers and laymen promoting human rights, particularly the freedoms of conscience and religion, as Executive Vice President. Dave serves as an elder at Immanuel Bible Church and has served on numerous boards including: Assist Pregnancy Center, Vision DC (World Vision), Washington Christian Housing Council and Advocates International.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Royster Wright

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