About:
The Bowery Mission is a faith-based program that offers compassionate care such as food, shelter, clothing, showers, and chapel services for homeless and hungry men, women, and children. The Bowery Mission's Community Hope Resource Center offers vocational training and employment assistance for men and women in the Mission's long-term residential recovery program as well as people from the surrounding community.
Mission
The Bowery Mission ministers in New York City to men, women, and children caught in the cycles of poverty, hopelessness and dependencies of many kinds, and sees their lives transformed to hope, joy, lasting productivity and eternal life through the power of Jesus Christ.
Serving
Addiction Recovery
Children & Youth
Chronically Ill
Communities in Need
Elderly
Formerly Incarcerated
Homeless
Immigrants
Women
Affiliate Since
1994

Our Partnership

Mobilizing Volunteers
Volunteers serve dinner, distribute food to the community, and provide resume-writing assistance for program participants.
Making Grants To Fund Programs
Our grant dollars support transportation costs for clients to go to job interviews, career center software and supplies, and meals for participants.
Training And Consulting
Our capacity building support includes an extensive impact measurement project and a comprehensive organizational assessment.

Volunteer Opportunities

The career center at The Bowery Mission has been extremely helpful in preparing me for employment and also directly connecting me to my current job. I had built my first resume, and was blessed to sit through mock interview workshops.

Michael, Client

Mentions

Jun 06.29.2020

Chuck Armstrong joined the Redeemer Lincoln Square team as their Pastoral Resident in 2016 and was ordained in 2018 to become their Assistant Pastor. On Wednesday, July 1, Chuck will be planting a new church in Hell's Kitchen, called the Hell's Kitchen Community Church. Throughout his years in New

May 05.05.2020
Two weeks ago, we distributed our first round of Relief Fund grants. This week, because of the ongoing generosity of our donors and church partners, we distributed a second round of critical relief grants—$133,000—to 11 more affiliates.
Apr 04.13.2020

Every week, we will share short updates from our affiliates who are still serving vulnerable and marginalized populations across New York City. Our affiliates will tell us how COVID-19 has impacted their programs and services, and how they're still remaining hopeful about God continuing to work in our city.

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