Things went very well for the annual Postal Food Drive! The collection of food doubled in size and with nearly 250 meals served daily, the drive gives City Rescue Mission a big hand up for feeding Mission guests. City Rescue Mission is grateful for the relationship built with our community and local mailman, Brad.
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A special thank you to our sponsors and guests who participated in the 5th annual Spirit of Hope~Hockey for the Homeless Event on March 12th. Together you raised over $40,000 to help the homeless in our community!!!
It was an amazing night starting with our 2nd Annual Broomball Hockey Tournament sponsored by Saginaw Medical Federal Credit Union. Teams competing included Community Baptist Church (sponsored by Pumford Construction), Immanuel Bible Church, Hopevale Church, Copoco Credit Union and Redeeming Love Christian Embassy. Afterwards we enjoyed the Catholic Federal Credit Union Tailgate Party; under the big tent with live music by Frankenmuth Bible Church Praise Band, delicious desserts, face painting, and a special visit by Sammy.
The evening was capped off by the Saginaw Spirit Hockey game! Our green glow sticks given out to everyone who attended the Tailgate Party, really lit up the arena! Thank you again to all who sponsored and attended!
Apples are picked and ready for our delicious Dutch Apple Pie recipe! Back by popular demand is Rescue Ministries’ Dutch Apple Pie Sale, November 14 (a one day only event). Pies are only $10 each and a great addition for your Thanksgiving desserts. The only thing left is for you to decide how many you need!
Development Associate/Care Crew Director, Monica Brown – Email | Phone: 989.752.6051 ext 145
Few people would ever know that Ken Streeter’s tenure as director is documented as the longest for any director of City Rescue Mission. His commitment to help the homeless was evident as he expanded the ministry’s reach by creating several entities that included: an emergency shelter for homeless women and children, Community Village a home for the aged in Saginaw Township with a focus on widows, Good Samaritan Rescue Mission in Bay City for homeless men women and children and most recently, Rescue Ministries Thrift Store in Saginaw Township.
The Rescue Ministries board honored Ken and his wife Karen, who worked by her husband’s side and served as Director of Women’s Services, before her retirement.
Board quote: The R3M Board of Directors recognizes your outstanding leadership, dedication, and service to the ministry of City Rescue Mission of Saginaw and to the hurting and homeless of our community. It is with our deepest appreciation that we want to thank you for your 40 years of service.