Our mission is to provide the basic necessities of life including emergency shelter, food, clothing and most importantly the light of Christ.
We provide shelter for homeless men at Cornerstone Mission and homeless women and children at Diana's Faith House.
Cornerstone Mission Project is a tax deductible 501(c) 3, nonprofit organization serving the homeless, and those in need in Mohave County, Arizona. We provide shelter and food to our residents; and food, showers, hygiene packets, clothing, shoes, bedding and miscellaneous other help services to the general public. In 2014 our donors and volunteers helped Cornerstone Mission serve 32,838 meals, 911 food boxes, 3,294showers, 1,800 articles of clothing, 281 sets of bedding, 628 pairs of shoes, 2,400 hygiene packets and 11,037 sack lunches.
We are partners with Mohave County One-Stop in providing assistance in writing resumes and finding jobs. We offer life-skills classes such as budgeting, balancing a checkbook, completing job applications and successful interview techniques. These classes are open to the public. For class dates and times, please contact the office at (928) 757-1535.
In short, we are ready, willing and able to do whatever it takes to help people get their lives back in order, and return to stable, productive, independent living. If you would like to make a donation, please visit our website www.cornerstonemissionaz.org and choose the "donate" button. Thank you for making a difference!
Where We Work
What We Do
The Cornerstone Mission Project, Inc. is a faith-based, homeless family resource center dedicated to helping people reclaim hope. It is through Jesus Christ, partnerships with the community and loving, concerned individuals like you, that we can make this happen! We provide shelter for homeless men at Cornerstone Mission and homeless women and children at Dianaâ€™s Faith House (just opened in February 2012). Our mission is to provide the basic necessities of life including emergency shelter, food, clothing and most importantly the light of Christ.