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USA made gear that's outfitting and employing the transitioning homeless.

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The Mission: Get + Give + Employ

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The Ella - Women's Pink Striped Socks

The Ella - Men's Pink Striped Socks

 
 

The Joy - Women's Rainbow Striped Socks

The Joy - Men's Rainbow Striped Socks

 
 

The Jerry - Women's Mod Striped Socks

The Jerry - Men's Mod Striped Socks

 

Give: FOR EVERY ITEM PURCHASED, WE GIVE AN EQUAL QUALITY ITEM TO SOMEONE IN NEED.

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Pokemon Go...Out and Give.

July 15, 2016

Pokemon Go Is Crazy

Pokemon Go is more than just a wild new game that seems to be everywhere. It's also a great chance to discover your city while helping those in need. We challenge you to "Pokemon Go...Out and Give" to those in need. Read about how we did it. 

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A Simple, Great Way to Help the Homeless: Care Canisters

July 07, 2016

Here is one simple thing you can do to help improve the day of someone in need. It won’t solve all the problems of homelessness and it may not change the world, but for one person you can make it a little better. Make a Care Canister.

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An Inspiring Lunch with Refugees

June 23, 2016


Mitscoots Lunch Refugees

We started our week off on a great note with our friends over at Casa Marianella. Situated right near our very own neighborhood, we had the chance to partner with this inspiring organization which aims to provide food, shelter and full supportive services to international refugees and asylum seeking immigrants. 

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Tiny Hands / Huge Impact

June 16, 2016


Mitscoots Volunteers

Mitscoots had a full house on Tuesday, when we welcomed the Custer Road United Methodist Church’s Youth Group from Plano, Texas. We were their first stop during the week-long Austin Mission Trip, filled with service and sightseeing. See how it all went down. 

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Employ: WE TAKE PRIDE IN EMPLOYING THE TRANSITIONING HOMELESS.

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