Thank you to the students and faculty of Jessie Loomis Elementary School in Saginaw who delivered blessings for our guests before the Christmas school break. Our visitors stopped by City Rescue Mission with an abundance of boxed cereal for guests in shelter. It’s the simple things that can warm the hearts of people facing homelessness-like having a variety of cereal choices. Thank you Loomis Elementary students and faculty for your kindness and thoughtfulness! Blessings on your new year in 2018!
City Rescue Mission Auxiliary hosted a Tea Luncheon at their October meeting. The group enjoyed a special lunch prepared by Meredith Geselman, the Mission’s food service manager. The guest speaker, Nurse Practitioner LaToya Woods, addressed Breast Cancer Awareness. Thank you LaToya for your passion in health prevention and Meredith for a delicious lunch. The Auxiliary volunteers meet every third Wednesday of the month at City Rescue Mission. Join them Nov. 15 at noon for their next luncheon.
Serving the hurting and homeless is an “all hands on deck” task and at R3M, our volunteers are not just appreciated…they’re vital!
On this “Day of Impact,” the caring team at Deloitte came to the City Rescue Mission to get their hands dirty on behalf of the women and children we serve every day!
A BIG thank you for the donated hygiene bags and goodie shoe boxes for the Mission guests, prepared by the students of White Pine Middle School. The students personally purchased, packaged, and delivered the hygiene and fun items during their holiday break. Thank you teacher, John Kowalski (far left), parents, and faculty for thinking of the homeless. What a great example and lasting impression you are making for these students!