Mission Mid-Del, Inc. is a local mission that serves the needy in eastern Oklahoma County. Many opportunites are available for businesses and individuals to contribute and to volunteer in our community. Among these programs are: "Whiz Kids," the "Healing Hearts Clinic," "Cars for Work," "The Toy Store," "Crazy Quilts," and the "Master's Market" Food and Clothing Pantry. Information on each of these programs and how to become involved is provided below. Click here to make a contribution.
City Care Whiz Kids was founded in 1996 by Larry and Masie Bross. It is a faith-based, nonprofit, one-on-one tutoring and mentoring program for at-risk students in the Oklahoma City and surrounding districts. Our main focus is literacy due to our state and city's alarming illiteracy rate. Click here to read more.
"Master's Market" is a food and clothing pantry where families and individuals in need may come for help. It serves Midwest City, Del City and the surrounding areas on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. There is an interview process with a counselor to determine how Master's Market can best meet the person's needs. Click here to read more.
"Crazy Quilts" are made from donated fabric by volunteers who sew the pieces together at home and then meet once a month to 'tack' the quilts together. These ladies meet during the school year on the third Thursday of the month at Master's Market. If you are interested in making quilts for families who are in need (in the Mid-Del area), contact Betty through Meadowood Baptist Church (405) 737-7684.
Healing Hearts Health Clinic
312 S. Midwest Blvd.
Midwest City, Oklahoma 73110
Open the first, second, and fourth Thursday of each month. Call for an appointment.
"Cars For Work" is a program to help provide individuals in need with reliable transportation to and from work. Those who apply for a car must have a job and be able to pay for the car insurance before a car can be received. Car donors receive a tax letter for the value of the car.
"The Toy Store" is a ministry of "Master's Market" to provide families in need with new and nearly new toys for Christmas. Applications are aquired through the school the child attends. Toy donations are accepted any time of the year, but toy drive efforts begin in November and are sponsored by Meadowood Baptist Church and its members.