Featured Gifts

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A meal for a hungry person is just $2.05! Provide meals to feed the people who come here each day. For many, the nourishing food served at the Rescue Mission will be the only hot meals they’ve eaten in a long time.
Protective Clothing
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People experiencing homelessness and poverty often come here in old and tattered clothing. The Rescue Mission provides new clothing – including undershirts and socks – so they feel warm and dry as they receive help getting back on their feet.
A Very Merry Mattress Pack
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Imagine sleeping on cold, hard concrete – and how wonderful a clean, comfortable bed would feel! Give the Rescue Mission a vinyl-covered mattress, pillows and linens to provide a good night’s rest to homeless neighbors who don’t have a bed to call their own.
Safe Shelter
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People who are homeless risk violence each time they spend the night on the streets. Give a man, woman or child a welcoming place to stay in our safe shelter.
Changed Lives at Christmas Pack
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True life-change requires more than food and shelter. Our Men’s Center and Women and Children’s Center provide counseling, life-skills classes, job training and spiritual guidance that help recovering people transform their lives.
Shower with Kindness Pack
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After they’ve spent weeks living in poor conditions, help our homeless neighbors feel refreshed and restored by providing personal hygiene items like soap and shampoo, as well as shower sandals and towels.
Job Training Pack
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Men and women at the Rescue Mission are often starting over – which means they need the job training necessary for future success. Help provide them with school supplies, specialized job skill training and transportation to and from job opportunities!
Preschool for Kids
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For homeless children and teens, a safe environment where they can connect with other kids often raises their spirits. Brighten a child’s or teen’s life by providing opportunities for them to develop educational and social skills.
Recuperative Care Unit
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Often, our homeless neighbors are released from the hospital with nowhere to go. Provide a man or woman 3 days at the Rescue Mission’s Recuperative Care Unit so they can focus on their physical healing as the first step to rebuild their lives.