Since 1945, Memphis Union Mission has served the homeless men of Memphis, giving them food, shelter and Christian fellowship. Soon, the nonprofit will have a new facility, where it can offer the same services and more.
Memphis Union Mission plans to build a 100,000-square-foot, $16.5-million building at the intersection of Poplar Avenue and Danny Thomas Boulevard. Once it’s complete, the building will serve about 350 guests. It will also be better suited to offer medical care and GED classes.
Construction on the new facility is part of a three-phase expansion at Memphis Union Mission.
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