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Clarksburg Mission
Clarksburg Mission
Our Clarksburg Mission annual Spring Fundraiser is coming to a close but will still have a distance to go to reach our goal of $75,000. We're in the process of seeing our home town transformed and revitalized, much like those who come to the Mission for personal and spiritual revitalization. Please help us with our Spring Into Rebirth & Renewal campaign and be a part of our efforts to beautify our buildings in Glen Elk.
Help us be part of the solution in Clarksburg: http://ow.ly/yQjW50ILoIi or PO Box 4203 Clarksburg WV 26302
Clarksburg Mission
Clarksburg Mission
The guests of the Clarksburg Mission and Clarksburg Mission Sober Living are in need of washcloths and towels. Please drop off or ship to 312 N 4th Street, Clarksburg, WV 26301. Financial donations may be sent to PO Box 4203, Clarksburg, WV 26302 or www.cburgmission.org.
Clarksburg Mission
Clarksburg Mission
ICYMI: Our Executive Director Lou Ortenzio now has a regular column in The Exponent Telegram. Check it out!

"Everyone's hope is their recovery. In terms of the issues and solutions, it is individual. There are some things we can do that help all, but no one's recovery is one-size-fits-all."

Read more: https://www.wvnews.com/theet/opinion/columns/overdose-and-hope/article_e4a817e0-d2af-11ec-954f-e309dcb3f102.html
Clarksburg Mission
Clarksburg Mission
The Clarksburg Mission and Clarksburg Mission Sober Living are recruiting volunteers for all manner of projects and areas of service. We love volunteers to with our work with homeless individuals and to experience our Mission Christian family. We have opportunities for individuals and groups with all skills sets, giftings and interests. Contact volunteer coordinator Christie Johnson at 304-622-2451 or email at clarksburgmissionhope@gmail.com. In John 13:13-17 Jesus set the example.
Clarksburg Mission
Clarksburg Mission
Wow! What wonderful news! We're so grateful to Chick-fil-A and all of our donors. You make the work that we do possible!
Clarksburg Mission
Clarksburg Mission
This 41 minute Healthy Harrison podcast addresses how methamphetamine and fentanyl have taken over in our city and many other communities. It ends with hope as efforts to address issues arise at a grassroots level. Sam Quinones is an internationally recognized journalist who has written Dreamland and The Least of Us. Brock Malcolm is local board member, civic leader, commentator and attorney.
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312 N 4th St, Clarksburg, WV 26301
304-622-2451