New Hidden Treasures Thrift Store to Benefit Washington’s Homeless On Tuesday, June 13 City Mission will celebrate the return and Grand Opening of its Hidden Treasures Thrift Store in Waynesburg, PA. The opening ceremony will begin at 10:00 a.m. in Hidden Treasures with prayer, remarks from City Mission staff and noted figures from the community, […]
Almost two years to the day since its devastating fire, Washington City Mission showed its resilience again. The ceremonial ribbon was cut Tuesday on ANSYS Career Training & Education Center, located in the lower level of the mission in downtown Washington. The center will serve residents of the homeless shelter and essentially all Washington County […]
“Memorial Day is our Nation’s solemn reminder that freedom is never free. It is a moment of collective reflection on the noble sacrifices of those who gave the last measure of devotion in service of our ideals and in the defense of our Nation. On this ceremonious day, we remember the fallen, we pray for […]
City Mission is helping residents and members of the community through a new Career Training Education Center (CTEC). The new Center will help individuals focus on success in education and life. GED, Tutoring and Educational Services will be available along with Community Based Work Assessments, Job Coaching, Development and Placement in life sustaining occupations. These […]
Thank you Bikers from all walks of life who joined Wayne McGinnis for “Riding for Veterans” on Saturday, May 20th. The first stop for the Bikers was the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies for a brief ceremony followed by a short ride. The motorcade ended at the Bethany Presbyterian Church in Bridgeville where lunch was […]
Thank you to the AstraZeneca Pharmaceutical Representatives from the Greater Pittsburgh Region for their volunteer service in our kitchen/dining room. We appreciate their commitment to City Mission in cleaning our dining room from top to bottom, prepping the lunch meal and serving our residents and staff in a delicious sit down style meal. AstraZeneca believes a […]
It was economics that brought Mike to the City Mission in March 2016. He spent twelve years in the Marine Corps and served in three overseas conflicts before being honorably discharged in 1998. After his discharge he went home and helped care for his aging grandmother while he attended school.
Thank you Washington County Commissioner Diana Irey Vaughan for your commitment to helping veterans. Diana’s Marathon raised over $18,000.00 and also increased crucial awareness for this growing need for veterans in our region. City Mission’s Veteran’s Residential Facility begins construction in the next few weeks. You still have time to contribute here.
This Sunday, May 7, 2017, Washington County Commissioner, Diana Irey Vaughan will run in the 2017 Pittsburgh Marathon to help City Mission bring hope to homeless veterans. City Mission is building a critically needed, 22-bed Veterans Residential Facility in Washington, Pennsylvania. It will be the first of its kind in this region. Your support of Diana’s […]