We work to "love those that feel they
are not loved, and share with the needy just like our Lord shares with us."
2699 Pelham Parkway,
Pelham AL 35124
Phone 205 685-5757
Fax 205 685-5759
Oak Mountain Missions Ministries, Inc. is a 501c3, non-profit organization that demonstrates the love of Christ by providing food, clothing, furniture, and financial assistance to those in need in Shelby County and the greater Birmingham area.
We would love to have you join us!
We always welcome volunteers,
and most importantly...
In brief, Oak Mountain Missions receives referrals from area churches, domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, and social service agencies. We provide food, clothing, household items, linens, furniture, and limited financial assistance (for utility bills, rent, and medical expenses). Everything in our warehouse belongs to God, and is given to qualified, screened clients free of charge. In 2013 OMM has served clients 6870 times.
We receive donations from Belle Foods,Edgars Bakeries, Golden Flake, Pepperidge Farm, Publix, Sara Lee, Pizza Hut, and Starbucks (Hwy 150), we distribute food 4 days a week. Approximately 50,000 people per year benefit from charitable agencies coming to OMM weekly to receive food.
Volunteers pre-bag food for our clients and provide this service on a monthly basis to qualified, screened clients
BLACK BELT MISSION
We work with Congresswoman Sewell's office to coordinate with churches, missions, and community centers in the Black Belt (agricultural) region of Alabama. OMM delivers clothing, usable items and food. This important ministry serves thousands of people each year.
Congressman Davis with some OMM volunteers
Do you have stocks that you don't know what to do with, but would like to donate to a WORTHY Organization that will put the funds to GREAT use?
OMM has a Stock Gifting account.
Contact the Mission for more details.
Pray for Oak Mountain Missions
Because of the state of our nation's economy at this time, we have had a record number of requests for help AND for the same reasons we have had a decline in donations of furniture, food, and money. Since 2008, we have seen a growth of 114.2% in clients requesting food assistance.
And the winner is....
During a 12 days of Christmas Facebook giveaway by Sunbelt snacks, Mary was choosen and she selected OMM to be the recepient of a pallet of Sunbelt Snacks.
Greystone Elementary School recently did a school wide Food Drive for the mission's families as an Easter and Spring project. On Saturday this group from the school stocked the shelves with the items collected.
Kaitlyn celebrated her birthday by collecting food items instead of birthday presents. Great sacrifice from a person at her age!