In 2014, more than 600 volunteers shared more than 21,000 hours of their time with Mission Central.

Volunteers are currently needed in all of our program areas. If you would like to be a part of Mission Central's volunteer team, please contact Catherine Hollis at 817-595-0011 ext. 105 or
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Mobile Food Pantry
If you are interested in donating any of these items, please contact Paula Jernigan at 817-595-0011 ext. 104 or missioncentralmetroplex@hotmail.com for more information about the specific needs.

- Three whiteboards

- Security system

-  Exterior signage

-  Window tinting and/or blinds

-  Cargo truck with liftgate
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Community leaders celebrate Mission Central's new facility
On December 18th, volunteers, guests, donors, and community leaders gathered at Mission Central to celebrate the Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting of our new facility at 740 East Pipeline Road.

Hurst mayor Richard Ward was among the Chamber of Commerce members to provide an official welcome to Mission Central. During the event, a special plaque was unveiled to recognize the donors who generously gave to this project. With their help, we are now serving guests in a more dignified manner. In 2015, we have already had several days where we have served 60+ families, and we are relieved to have a lobby that will comfortably seat our guests, a private space to interview them, and a pantry that is big enough to hold plenty of healthy food to share with them.
Souper Bowl of Caring kicks off in local grocery stores
From now until the Super Bowl on February 1st, many local grocery stores will be offering bags of shelf-stable foods marked "Souper Bowl of Caring." Shoppers who purchase these bags will leave them in a bin at the front of the store and the food will then be donated to the Tarrant Area Food Bank or a local food pantry. Most bags are less than $5 and are a great way to help those in need in your community.

Shoppers who visit the Kroger store at Pipeline and Bellaire in Hurst have the opportunity to directly support Mission Central's Village Pantry with their purchases. Bags sold at that store will be picked up by Mission Central's volunteers and brought to the Village Pantry for distribution. It's quite likely that the food you buy one day could be on the dinner table of one of your hungry neighbors by the end of the week.  The Souper Bowl of Caring allows you to make an immediate impact in the fight against hunger.
Follow the Coat of Many Colors on Facebook
The Coat of Many Colors has a new Facebook page! Be sure to like and follow the store's page at www.facebook.com/mccoatofmanycolors.

The Coat of Many Colors offers high-quality clothing and household goods at affordable prices. All profits from the store support the work of Mission Central, including our Village Pantry, Village Library, Mobile Food Pantry, and Family Opportunities Program. Last year, the store provided more than 50% of the income for these programs.

An easy and fun way to support Mission Central is to shop at the Coat of Many Colors and to encourage your friends and family to shop there, too! When you "like" us on Facebook, be sure to hit the "share" button and let those in  your network know about the Coat of Many Colors.
740 E. Pipeline Road
Hurst, TX 76053