There are many ways to volunteer at the Rescue Mission. You may have a special talent we can use or be able to fill-in for a regular volunteer who is away.
If you would like to volunteer, contact Leslie Littlefield, Volunteer Coordinator, at…Read More
Have your Youth Group lead a week of camp at Jubilee Acres this summer to provide a day camp experience for homeless children.
As a church…
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2013 VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR!
2nd Helpings Gallery: Cyndy Kelley
2nd Helpings Cafe: Kevin Woods
Administration: Michelle Smith
Children’s Ministry: Donna Jackson and Vinton Baptist Church
Dental Clinic: Tim Zuber and Dr.…
Connecting the Churches. The Rescue Mission Auxiliary was founded over 50 years ago to be the connection between the Mission and the local church. Every other month, approximately 120 women (and a few men!) get together for an inspirational…Read More
You can provide now for a future gift to The Rescue Mission Foundation by including a provision in your will or revocable trust. This advance planning gives you several benefits including:
One of the simplest ways to financially support the Rescue Mission is by becoming a member of the Bread, Beds and Meds club!
You can make a real difference in a homeless person’s life for only pennies a day.Read More
We make a little bit go a long way.
A charitable gift annuity for the Rescue Mission is truly a gift that gives back to the donor and to the Rescue Mission. With a Rescue Mission Foundation charitable gift annuity, you can lock in an excellent rate of income, help the Mission and…Read More
The Rescue Mission provides a safety net of comprehensive care for the homeless, the hungry, the chemically addicted, the impoverished and the hopeless in SW Virignia. Your gift will be used in the area of greatest need unless you choose to…Read More
Here are some ways you can make a difference at the Rescue Mission.
The Rescue Mission depends on the generosity of donors just like you. With an average of 360 people a night in emergency shelter, respite care and recovery programs, all sorts of things are needed to keep the Mission going.
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…Read More
Here are two easy ways to support the Rescue Mission that won’t cost you a penny!Read More
Use a Kroger Gift Card to buy your groceries . The Kroger Gift Card is a pre-paid debit cardand will benefit The Rescue Mission. When you purchase the card $5 are already loaded on the card.
Register your Food Lion MVP card at foodlionmvprewards.com for the Rescue Mission.
Each time…Read More
To enhance the Mission’s presence in the business community, THE NETWORK (formerly known as EVE Network) was formed as a ministry of the Rescue Mission in the Fall of 2004. Standing on the characteristics of ENERGY, VISION and ENTHUSIASM, THE…Read More