When you find an outfit that can feed people complete Thanksgiving dinners for $1.92 each, you need to help that outfit as soon as possible.
City Rescue Mission in Jacksonville, Fla., has done it for over 65 years.
About City Rescue Mission
Established in 1946 by Christian businessmen to help alcoholics in the Greater Jacksonville area, City Rescue Mission (CRM) offered “soup, soap and salvation.”
The Mission is a non-profit 501(c)(3) privately-funded corporation dedicated to rebuilding the lives of the homeless and needy through positive re-inforcement and religious teaching. CRM depends on donations from churches, civic organizations, businesses and, most of all, just plain folks.
For nearly 70 years, CRM has provided food, clothing, shelter, emergency services and residential recovery programs for homeless men, women, and children.
Your $1.92 for Thanksgiving dinner covers the cost of the food, the preparation of the food, and serving dinner.
That’s good value for money no matter how you slice it.
Please help keep them in business.
Umm Right Now, Money’s Really That Tight. What Else Can I Donate?
Like most shelters, City Rescue Mission needs everything.
Most of all, they need your time, especially at the holidays.
Because they operate on such a tight budget, they need as many volunteers as they can get.
What’s maybe 10 hours out of your month? Just that little bit of TV time goes a long, long way.
Besides time, they need donations of coupons to buy food and supplies, donations of food (of course), equipment, household goods and furniture.
With so many in the same leaky boat right now, it’s nice to be able to give back when such a little bit helps so much.
$1.92. For a whole dinner. That’s really all they’re asking.
City Rescue Mission Thanksgiving Dinner
- Contact: David G. Bugher, Executive Director
- City Rescue Mission
- PO Box 60291
- Jacksonville, Florida 32236-0291
- Phone: 904.387-4357
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