YOUR EFFORT MATTERS
Children sleeping in shelters. Veterans living on the streets. Seniors going hungry. All around us people are struggling to survive, to afford basic needs, and to live productive, fulfilling lives.
It doesn’t have to be this way. We can change it. Together, we can take steps that will make a difference in someone’s life. Together, our small efforts can make a big impact. Together, we can provide the child with a bed of her own, offer the veteran a place to connect, and make sure our neighbors have healthy food.
Every moment counts. Let’s start now.
We run 5 programs and multiple projects year-round.
Clean, gently-used, casual and professional clothing, and essential toiletries.
Payment of rental arrears, utility bills, and transportation needs.
Grocery items for low-income households in a shopping-style setting.
Sit-down, nutritious lunch service every Sunday.
Welcome. Serve. Empower.
We are For Impact.
Xavier Mission strives for a future where all people, regardless of economic status, are treated with dignity and respect and are given the opportunity to realize their goals.
- We welcome those who are economically disadvantaged into a supportive community.
- We serve our guests with dignity, empower them to achieve self-sufficiency, and advocate for social justice.
- We provide basic needs (food, clothing, shelter) as well as opportunities to achieve stability (life-skills training, mentoring, financial assistance).
Each program provides an opportunity for our guests to take a step towards achieving safety, stability, and self-sufficiency, and together provide a continuum of compassionate care and support.
Knowledge is Power
Spirit Award Honorees 2023
This year, we present the Xavier Mission Spirit Award to several individuals who have gone above and beyond over the past couple years to make sure that Xavier Mission could continue its work, even at the height of COVID.
‘Small But Mighty, Xavier Mission Is There for New Yorkers in Need’
TAPinto Online Community News profiles Xavier Mission's programs and Executive Director.
It is with heavy but grateful hearts that today we announce the closing of the Xavier Mission shelter, after more than 30 years of providing care and community to thousands of unhoused men in New York City.
The Xavier Mission Board of Directors is proud to announce that Cassandra Agredo, our Executive Director, has been selected by City & State New York and NYNMEDIA as one of their “NONPROFIT FORTY UNDER FORTY.”