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Honor Thy Father Wall and Honor Thy Mother Wall – the best way to remember a special loved one.
There are two opportunities to honor or memorialize an important person in your life while endowing the future of the Rescue Mission.
Located in the Fralin Chapel and the foyer of the Women and Children’s Center are two larger than life murals created out of wood by the father and daughter artist team – John Reed and Judi Anderson. People who wish to honor or memorialize someone may purchase a wooden block inscribed with the honoree’s name surrounding one of these works of art.
The Honor Thy Mother Wall, constructed in 2005, currently holds more than 140 names generating $140,000 endowment funds. The Honor Thy Father Wall was constructed in the fall of 2008 and has the same capacity to honor men of distinction and significance in our lives while raising funds for the Rescue Mission.
These two giving options enable The Rescue Mission Foundation to collect and invest funds to endow the buildings which have been constructed on the Mission’s campus. Stewardship of the resources pledged to the Rescue Mission has always been an important part of how we approach all capital projects.