World Missions Extension Center



Merry Christmas!!!!!

As we now prepare for our December 17th Christmas Toys to Needy KIDZ Rally, we first want to thank Partners and FRIENDS for making it possible for us to give to 811 families Food baskets for their Thanksgiving Meal.  In this number 25 Thanksgiving Baskets were donated to the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) Youth Services Center (YSC)  for  parents of youth incarcerated at  the facility. 

As our last rally of the year, we look forward to sponsoring our CHRISTMAS Toys to Needy KIDZ  Rally at the Harry Thomas Community Service Center on Saturday, December 17th, at 10:00am. The Harry Thomas Center is located at 1743 Lincoln Rd. NE 2002; and we look forward to providing children and youth in the community, as well as those who may come from families who are: homeless,living in shelters, in Foster Care, and  siblings of incarcerated youth at the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services toys for Christmas. 

Should you or your group/organization/small group like to donate new toys, or make an end of the year tax Deductible donation towards helping to provide toys for the children, your donation can be made out to: World Missions.  

We would also love to have you and your family come and volunteer at the rally which would allow you to meet some of the families and children who will be receiving toys.

Thanks in advance for your donation and we look forward to having you and your family come be with us at the December 17th Toy Give Away,

Merry Christmas,


Dr. JoAnn Perkins, President/CEO  

Accomplishments include:

  • A total of 811 families received Food Baskets at our November 19th Thanksgiving Rally.
  • This summer partnering with McLean Bible Church we gave away school supplies and backpacks to almost 2000 students attending Public Schools at the Back to School Rally.
  • Provided 437  inner-city Children at the DC General Shelter and the neighborhood KIDZ Backpacks with School Supplies at the  August Back to School Rally;
  • By partnering with McLean Bible Church, provided 980 Thanksgiving baskets to families in need of food for their Thanksgiving Meal with their families;
  • Provided  to 300 families and their children ( a total of  843 children) who were physically present at the December 20th Toy Give Away Rally 2529; and additionally provided over 1000 gifts/toys to families referred to World Missions from the community, the Metropolitan Police Department and the Department of Youth Rehabilitative Service;
  • Sponsors weekly fellowship mentorship visits to the Youth Services Detention Center;
  • Provides Homeless people living in shelters care packages, food and clothing;
  • Works with schools in its Adopt a School Program which involves after school mentoring/tutoring students;
  • Through its Good Samaritan Programs, various clean ups, painting, setting up libraries and other good neighbor projects were undertaken through out the year

Have a Great Day and please consider becoming a partner as we can do more together reaching a greater number of children, youth and families in DC become sufficient in all areas of their lives.


Dr. J. Perkins, President/CEO

World Missions Inner-city EXTENSION Center Inc.







Contact Information:

World Missions Inner-city EXTENSION Center Inc

PO Box 92083

Washington, DC 20090-2083 

Email Address:


As a community based organization, the EXTENSION Center's mission is to provide Educational Training services that positively impact lives of children, youth and economically deprived families living in inner-city communities become self-sufficient in all  areas of their lives.


We sponsor annually the following   SIX (6) Outreach Rallies, Educational Training Programs and Good Samaritan Projects.

Outreach Rallies include:

  • January a Prayer Reflections Rally;
  • April a Walk-A-Thon;
  • June A Scholarship Awards Ceremony;
  • August a Back to School Rally,
  • November a Thanksgiving Basket Give Away to needy Families and
  • December Toys to Needy KIDZ Give Away.

Educational Training Programs consist of:  

  • Our Positive Alternatives Job Readiness/Work Readiness Program which is designed to identify jobs and work readiness/mentoring/internships for youth and adults needing employment which lead to self sufficiency in all areas of their lives;
  • Parenting workshops;
  • Adopt a School Mentoring/Tutoring;
  • Volunteerism and Community Service;
  • Mentor/Tutor an incarcerated Youth Program; 
  • Providing Technical Assistance ;
  • Working with EX-offenders

Good Samaritan Projects:

  • Providing emergency assistance to families in need
  • Making referral for services needed by persons living in the community
  • Fix Up/Clean up Projects
  • Clothes Closet & Food Pantry

We are looking for People to volunteer with us as Tutors and Mentors

  •  We are looking for persons to serve as volunteer mentors/tutors for inner-city children, youth and adults needing help in all academic areas and work readiness training. 
  • We are also looking for volunteers interested in visiting and mentoring incarcerated youth in our Department of  Youth Rehabilitative Services Just FRIENDS Ministry.    Should you be interested in volunteering and or doing community service with us, please email us