DID YOU KNOW?

The odds of living in poverty are more than 2X higher in small towns than in big cities. And there are significantly less resources.

Mission U-Too serves hundreds of burgers each week to people in our various communities in those small towns.

We also reach out to communities across the country that have been affected by major disasters and help them work through their crisis.

Mission U-Too is 100% supported by individual donors and receives no government funding.

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A Personal Conviction from serving in Grand Saline | Mission U-Too
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A Personal Conviction from serving in Grand Saline

By Christy Beyer, Mission U-Too Volunteer Program Manager “Search Me, O God, and know my heart” ~Psalms 139:23 Lord I pray for those who read this that their hearts are changed and convicted. One Saturday afternoon I went to the Grand…
MEET A VOLUNTEER: JOSH	| Mission U-Too
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Meet a Volunteer: Josh

Did you know that Mission U-Too allows children to come and serve? We have families ask us if they are able to bring their children to serve at our sites or during a disaster relief trip. The answer is YES! We have found that in order to reach…
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An Update from Mission U-Too's President

I can’t tell you how excited I am about the things that are happening throughout Mission U-Too. God is definitely at work in some mighty ways! The past year has been a time of learning for us as an organization. We’ve been learning about…
New Site Location: Stony Point | Mission U-Too

New Site Location: Stony Point

We're excited to announce the start of a new location at Stony Point in Del Valle, Texas! This has been a site we have desired to start for a number of years, as it is an area that's impoverished and has great needs. Stony Point is located…
Texas Flooding: Wharton, Texas

Texas Flooding: Wharton, TX

With 31 counties in Texas declared a state of disaster, the need to provide disaster relief is overwhelming. However, we are hearing of huge needs in small towns where poverty is high and resources are limited. With how widespread the flooding…
Saying Goodbye is Never Forever | Mission U-Too
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Saying Goodbye is Never Forever

Saying goodbye is sometimes hard, especially when you've been in ministry together and doing life for a few years. However, saying goodbye is never forever and we're excited for a new adventure for our friends! Lee and Shirley have been volunteering…
HOUSTON AREA FLOODS | Mission U-Too

Updated: Houston Area Floods

Houston has been hit hard with flooding from the recent rains we received in Texas. Several people have died and there have been over 1,200 rescues to residents in the area. And more rain is in the forecast. Mission U-Too is currently sending…
Hunger Run: Thank You! | Mission U-Too
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"You are not a burden"

"What, a free burger? What do I have to do to get a free burger?" said Phylis who is paralyzed from the waist down. When we told her nothing tears began to flow down her face.  Phylis was in a terrible car accident several years ago and…
Hunger Run: Thank You! | Mission U-Too
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Hunger Run: Thank You!

Thank you to Legacy Church for coordinating a Hunger Run event!  This took place Saturday April 2 in the morning where members from Legacy Church and the community gathered to run a 5K and/or family fun run to raise money for the Round Rock…

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