You can make a difference!
We are not able to hire the amount of personnel needed to man the entire operation of Crossroads Mission. Most employees do the work of two or three positions. We're no strangers to shortages and to financial struggles. We try to cut everything before we cut back on our services. There have been times when we've had to lay off staff just to make ends meet.
Your help can prevent shortages and ensure that the homeless, the needy, and the addicted of our community have the help they need. There are numerous ways in which you can pitch in. You can donate money, donate items, donate food, and donate your time. We've created a page for each of these ways to help. We invite you to look through them and prayerfully consider where God would have you contribute.
Even if you can't help us with a donation, please pray constantly for God to continue to bless Crossroads Mission and all who come here.
Additional suggestions on how you can help:
Have a fundraising day or event at church, work, club, etc.
Include Crossroads Mission in your business sponsoring budget.
Request a coin collecting box to be placed at your desk, check-out counter or lobby.
Allow your employees to donate through payroll deduction.
Have a special coin bank at home, church or school for children to give to the poor. When it is full, send it or deliver it along with hand made cards from all participants.
Hold contests, such as sales, and divide the cash prizes between the winner and Crossroads Mission.
Include Crossroads Mission in your will.
There are many more ways to help! Be creative, pray over it, and give us a call for more suggestions!
Enables you to continue your support, even after you’re gone.
Leaving a portion of your estate to Crossroads Mission may offer significant tax savings to the beneficiaries of your estate.
The homeless population continues to increase as Yuma’s overall population increases. We need to make plans to provide for people in need both now and into the future. Your continued support helps us meet the needs of the homeless.