COVID-19: Meeting the Needs for the Most Vulnerable in Our Community  

As Open Door Mission cares for our most vulnerable neighbors amidst concerns of the coronavirus and other illnesses, we remain committed to the safety and well-being of all — our residents, guests, volunteers, staff, and the community we serve. We are closely monitoring the Coronavirus COVID-19, as well as proactively seeking…...

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Shop Our Secret Ingredient

Last night we held our Iron Chef Dinner and the secret ingredient used in the competition was lavender, from Lavenlair Farm! Our competing Chef’s made some fabulous appetizers utilizing it.  Curious to see what masterpieces you can whip up with lavender? Check out their online shop and use our code…...

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It Could Happen to Anyone

Joe had a pretty good life.  He grew up with good parents, had a wife and son and had a construction job doing steel work.  He was a hard worker and never thought that he would always be able to provide for himself and his family. In 1985 Joe was…...

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Join the 10-Gallon Challenge

For every 10 gallons donated through this online-only challenge, 20 children in need will receive a half-gallon Stewart’s milk card. These milk cards go directly into our Backpack Program, which feeds 375 children across 9 schools each weekend. This challenge also supports our local dairy farmers because Stewart’s milk is…...

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Open Door Mission Announces a New Brand Identity

A modern identity for the Open Door Mission has an updated look and feel; friendly, approachable color palette; and welcoming typeface. The new mark provides a fresh look for the Mission while maintaining the spiritual base upon which the Mission was built. Derek Slayton, a Partner and Creative Direction for…...

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End of Year 2017

Thanks for being a Partner with the Open Door Mission… We have been communicating with you over the last several months about our Pathway Home Campaign and the need to get Phase 1 done so we can house Code Blue there this winter. This phase was budgeted at $600,000 and…...

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