Micah 6 Street Youth Outreach
In operation since January 2012, the Micah 6 Street Youth Drop-in Center provides a safe space for homeless young adults, aged 30 and younger. The Center is located in the lower floor of the University Baptist Church administration building and is open Sunday afternoons from 2 to 6 PM.
The Center is staffed by several hosts and offers a comfortable environment where its guests can use computers connected to the internet, visit with each other, play games or engage in arts and crafts, relax and lounge on nice furniture, and use the rest rooms. Guests can have plenty of ice water, coffee, and iced tea, snacks, and eat a tasty and nutritious early supper.
We are in desperate need of volunteers to serve as hosts and to prepare meals. Please visit the Micah 6 street youth website for details: Micah 6 Youth Drop-in Center. To find out how you can help, please contact the Director of Youth Drop-In Center Mac McKaskle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fig Leaf Program – Clothing Needed
University United Methodist Church opens their doors on Thursdays from 2:30-4:00 pm to the youth dependent on the streets in the University of Texas areas. Our Drop-In program is entering it’s fifth year, and we are happy to have created a space where the youth feel welcome and enjoy a brief respite from their difficult lives. This ministry is an affiliated program of Micah 6 and Street Youth Ministries. The youth shop in the Fig Leaf Store, fellowship, recreate and enjoy a healthy snack/meal supplied by Micah 6. We also offer programmatic resources such as jobs club, expressions through art and occasionally guest speakers. Our numbers continue to grow as the youth have learned we are a caring and consistent place.
We are especially in need of men’s long pants, sizes 28 – 38. Of course, we’ll take larger and we’ll also still take shorts but we are soon to segue into the winter season. We have lots of women’s clothes (especially tops) for winter but really not a lot for men. Some sweaters and jackets but not many pants..
We are always in need of the following but will take anything you have:
Men’s jeans and casual pants like cargo and dockers
Men’s and women’s walking shoes
Men’s t-shirts and long sleeved casual shirts (collars or not)
Men’s and Women’s new underwear
Men’s and Women’s socks
For information on donating, please email email@example.com.
Looking for ways to help in the community? Micah 6 is currently in need of pick up and delivery drivers to assist with food donations. Please contact Riena Long at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Micah 6 welcomes Director of Volunteer Engagement, Kassia Vaughan. Kassia began volunteering with Micah 6 through Little Helping Hands, decided she enjoyed the fulfilling work so much she joined the team in June 2015. For volunteer opportunities please email her at email@example.com.
Little Helping Hands are our hardest working volunteers!
We’re so glad to have them. Whether bagging groceries, collecting baskets, or assisting shoppers, our friends (little and big) inspire us to continue with the mission of Micah 6.
Little Helping Hands families are some of our most faithful volunteers. They’ve worked at the pantry at least four times a month for several years. We are so grateful that they’ve chosen Micah 6 as one of their community service commitments. Thank you!
Teamwork makes it fun!