Our missionMBK’s vision is ending the homeless benchmarks in a manner that is polite, ethical and effective.
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How you helpOver the years, we’ve been blessed with hundreds of volunteers who donated their time in a variety of tasks, including delivering water, cooking, cleaning, serving meals, Ministry, music, fitness and cooking classes, BBQs, landscaping, designing, painting and many other great volunteer opportunities to engage with our guest.
About usMy Brother’s Keeper (MBK) was founded in 2005 by Patrick McNeal as a shelter for homeless men in the city. The shelter began as a warming center for people who needed a place to retreat from the cold weather. In its first winter, MBK served 480 people the first winter it opened as a warming center and food pantry. In 2007, MBK changed to a 25 bed men facility for emergency shelter for up to 60 days. Today, MBK has grown into a 30 bed emergency shelter and a 19 bed Veteran contract for Ann Arbor and Saginaw Health System.
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