...If God can get to an 'old rusty salt' like me he can get to anyone.
New Life Center is located next to the Attic Window, at the corner of Memorial Drive (12th Street) and Liberty Street, Muncie, IN.
When it comes to the Muncie Mission, many people in East Central Indiana don't think of recycling. They think of feeding the hungry, housing the homeless, helping recovering alcoholics, and giving household items to needy families. While these areas are our primary focus, they couldn't happen without our Distribution Program, which includes our Attic Window Thrift Stores and the New Life Center warehouse. The revenue generated by these programs helps support the vital social services we provide to the surrounding communities.
Our residents gain job experience and work ethics through working in the warehouse, the Attic Window store and the Mission delivery trucks.
A concern for the environment has motivated us to recycle a variety of items and keep them out of our limited landfill space. However, recycling at the Muncie Mission is more than just about pop cans and newspapers. It's about giving opportunity, restoring hope, keeping our environment clean, and helping our neighbors. You can learn more about the Missions recycling program by clicking here, or contacting contact New Life Center Director Ryan Hart at 288-9122, ext.442.
Items may be dropped off at the following sites:
New Life Center
400 W. Memorial Drive - Muncie
M-F, 8-6; Sat. 9-4
Attic Window Broadway
3400 N Broadway
Attic Window - Winchester
120 S. Meridian-Winchester
M-F, 10-5; Sat. 10-3
(Clothing and furniture only)
Attic Window - Harford City
108 N Jefferson St.Hartford City
M-F, 10-5; Sat. 10-3 (Clothing and furniture only)
We are so thankful for your willingness to partner with the Muncie Mission in the area of the recycling of your gently used items. We could not do this work without your help. However, please ask yourself these two questions before you schedule your pickup: Would you be willing to purchase these items if you needed them? And, would you willingly give these items to a friend if they were in need?