World Missions Extension Center


Greetings Partners and FRIENDS:

In hindsight, do we with GREAT appreciation give God praise and thanks for our friends and partners who helped us: 

  • Provide a total of 2529 toys to 300 parents and their children (843 kids) which allowed each child/youth (at the Toy give Away Rally) to receive 3 gifts for Christmas;
  • Provide an additional 1000 toys to families referred to the EXTENSION Center from the Metropolitan Police Department; the Department of Youth Rehabilitative Services and the community at-lodge;
  • Provide 980 Food Baskets to families in each ward of the city at the November 21st Thanksgiving Rally; 
  • Provide 437 Children Backpacks with school supplies at the  August 29th Back to School Rally 

Our next rally will be setting aside time for praying and fasting throughout the month of January:

As we now set our cap to begin the new year, we anticipate that 2016 will be the year of GREAT SUCCESS and ACHIEVEMENT of ways and means that allow us to better reach our mission of serving the community and economically deprived families become self sufficient as they thrive in all areas of their lives.

Please consider being one of our Prayer Partners:  

Should you like to be one of our prayer partners or if you have a prayer request, please feel free to share it with us and with confidence will we pray  for you. Please check out our prayer request form that is attached to our website.  


Dr. J. Perkins, President/CEO

World Missions Inner-city EXTENSION Center Inc.







Contact Information:

World Missions Inner-city EXTENSION Center Inc

1720 First Street NW

Washington, DC  20001 

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


  • 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.

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 


Wish List:

  • Contractors to donate time helping with our construction project;
  • Volunteers to serve as Mentors/Tutors in our Adopt a School Project;
  • Persons to help with landscaping at our site;
  • A commercial Size Refrigerator/Freezer for our Food Pantry;
  • Prayer Intercessors
  • People to partner financially with various projects that we have undertaken
  • Mentors/Tutors to visit incarcerated youth