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Happy Valentines Day to all of our
Volunteers and Supporters!
Special Need This Week: Winter Shoes and Boots
Shout to our 2017 EWU service team on MLK Day!
We are open every week
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 1:30-4:00.
All services are provided free of charge to low-income individuals and families. We are located at 1906 East Mission Ave.
The Center is open on Monday, Feb. 16th
for Presidents Day.
In 2017 our service area consists of these
99202, 99203, 99207, 99212, 99217, 99223, 99218, 99208
To Visit the Center please bring:
- proof of address and
- ID for every person who shops or that you shop for in your family.
or call for alternate times. 509-536-1084
Donations of clothing, shoes and outerwear, basic household goods including small appliances, hygiene items, bedding, towels and infant care supplies such as diapers, wipes, infant formula are always welcome and needed.
We do not accept furniture or toys.
Children's Christmas Joy 2016 is complete. Thank you to all of our donors and volunteers who made this an especially loving event. We met our goals and were able to serve local families in need this season by providing gifts of new clothing to app. 700 children ages infant through 6th grade. A true and special thanks goes to our event coordinators Ruth and Larry Scott and their right hand workers Dianna and Jim Wells and Donna and Karl Guenzel for a year long effort to reach out with care through our 2016 Children's Christmas Joy event.
- Special financial gifts that arrived in December:
$5,000.00 from Numerica
Shout out to Numerica and Carla Altepete who surprised us Wednesday 12/7 with a wonderful doantion through their
CEO on the Road program!
$3,100.00 From Independent Brokers
$1,000.00 from First Presbyterian Church
$500.00 from Spokane Kiwanis Foundation
$1,000.00 New Private Donor
$1,100.00 Private Donor
$500.00 from Next IT
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 2017
Who We Are...
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.
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.
In 2017 our service area consists of these Zip Codes:
99202, 99203, 99207, 99212, 99217,
99223, 99208, 99218
Celebrating 21 Years of Service in 2017!