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Each month, out of respect for both the environment and our community, a group of CCMI members meet and remove litter along Exit 9 - the off-ramp to Bellevue.
CCMI is honored to serve low-income families in the Seattle area through the Atlantic Street Center's annual Toy Drive each December.
Friends of Youth serves homeless 11-17 year old youth on the Eastside. We support this program through volunteer efforts and clothing drives.
Global Ministries partners with the UCC supporting missions, missionaries, and a variety of other activities around the world. Currently, CCMI and individual members sponsor five children in Zimbabwe, Israel, Armenia, and India, allowing these children to be fed, housed, clothed, and educated.
Operation Nightwatch, a Seattle Shelter and Ministry for 45 years, receives our donations of new white socks and dark, knitted hats for the many homeless men and women in Seattle.
CCMI supports this program for feeding the homeless of Seattle at First United Methodist Church. Several of our members volunteer and serve breakfasts on the third Sunday of the month. If you are interested in volunteering, simply contact the Shared Breakfast staff via their website.
The mission of The Sophia Way is to help end homelessness for single adult women in King County, by providing shelter, life skills training, social services and supportive permanent housing, offering a pathway from homelessness to a home of their own. To that end, CCMI serves meals to the clients at the shelter monthly. Our members also volunteer in a variety of ways to serve these women.
Due to a number of challenges, less than half of foster youth graduate high school on time, and fewer than 2% will earn a four-year degree. Treehouse serves this deserving population in a variety of ways. CCMI helps provide brand new clothes and school supplies to the "Wearhouse."
Please go to the News page for current information related to the organizations we support.