Click Here to Donate Today! Back To School Shoes
Celebrating 20 Years of Servic
Hours Client Services:Monday,Wednesday, Thursday 1:30-4:00Donations: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 11:30-5:00
Back To School Shoes
2016 School Shoes for Kids Goal Updates:
1. 1,000 pairs of new quality shoes and socks for kids in grades K-8 (Donated and purchased.)
115 Pairs of Shoes and 110 Pairs of Socks Raised so far!
898 More Pairs Needed!
2. $7,000.00 in financial gifts to purchase shoes and socks.
$3,050.00 Raised/$3,950.00 Needed!
3. 100 Volunteer Shifts for the two day distribution event.
20 Volunteer Shifts Filled!
Thanks to all who are responding to support this great effort!
- Today Erin at Riverview Retirement Community began a Collection Drive for shoes and socks!
- Board Member Christie Jones shared that First Presbyterian's Pastor Brian Grow and Mary Beth Baker have planned a Shoe Drive Blitz for July 31st and August 7th with the goal to raise 200 pairs of shoes and socks! Psalm 16:11!
- Payless Shoes begins a back to school sale this Monday. Check out their deals. We will post sales as we learn of them and please send us great buying updates as the Drive continues.
- KMart is also a great place to shop for school shoes. Last year they were a fantastic partner for us.
Friday, August 19th 12:00-7:00 &
Saturday, August 20th 10:00-2:00
This event serves children entering grades K-8 this fall. Parents or guardians must accompany children who would like shoes and socks and adults and each child served must have identification at the event.
July is School Shoes for Kids Month
We need shoes and socks for boys and girls grades K-8
Connect your network to raise quality athletic shoes and socks for the Center. Individuals and groups can donate financially on line, here on our site, or by bringing in shoes and socks during business hours and by special arrangement.
Thank you to our local LH Miller Lexus, Honda, Toyota and Hyundai Dealerships
for joining the Center in providing
diapers and baby care products to Spokane women and children in need.
Hours Client Services:Monday,Wednesday, Thursday 1:30-4:00Donations: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 11:30-5:00or call for alternate times. 509-536-1084In 2016 our service area consists of these Zip Codes:99202, 99203, 99207, 99212, 99217, 99223
To visit the Center please bring proof of address and
an ID for each person who shops.1996-2016: MCOC Is Celebrating 20 Years of Service in 2016
285,000 Clients Served/120,000 Volunteer Hours Given
Join the MCOC Family as a Volunteer in 2016
Mission Community Outreach Center first opened its doors in 1996 as an ecumenical Christian Outreach Center. The needs of low income families in Spokane have continued to grow and today we provide clothing for more than 1,200 people per month and infant care items for more than 250 infants per month.
Our Board is made up of representatives from various local Christian churches who have extensive nonprofit and business experience.
Who We Are...
Mission Community Outreach Center of Spokane, Washington is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization supported by local churches, civic groups, businesses and community members. Our free clothing bank has provided support to low income families and individuals in Spokane since 1996. In addition to clothing, shoes and outerwear, we provide our clients basic household goods and hygiene items. We also provide infant care supplies such as diapers, wipes, infant formula to clients on a monthly basis.
Center News and Info
Our Endowment Charter Donor Campaign has
Raised $6,100.00 to Date.
Celebrating 20 Years of Service in 2016!