GIVE NOW

Help feed and care for thousands

of people who are hungry and

homeless.

This Thanksgiving

Ending Homelessness

Restoring Lives

Join the effort to help our

homeless neighbors and

restore broken lives in Utah.

GIVE NOW

We are in of HAIRDRESSERS

That can volunteer at our

Thanksgiving Banquet

November 27, 2019

Email Danielle at

dvaughns@rescuesaltlake.org

Current Needs

Hams and Turkeys

Men's Pants (all sizes)

Men's Underwear (sizes S/M/L)

GIVE NOW

Homelessness

Approximately 14,000 people in Utah will experience homelessness this year.

Solutions

From emergency services to recovery programs, we have compassionate solutions to homelessness.

Ways to Get Involved

God+You+Us makes all we do possible.
Volunteer today.

Monthly Miracle Makers

Lead the way by providing a foundation of monthly-support that provides basic needs and life-changing solutions.

How We Help

New Life Recovery Program

Our year-long addiction recovery program
provides a pathway off streets and into
sobriety, faith, employment, and
stable housing.

Transitions

For those who just need to get
back to work, we provide a bed,
a home base, and job leads.
This free help allows them to
quickly transition back
into housing.

Locations

We have facilities and services across
the Wasatch Front.

Food, Shelter, Clothing, and More

Daily meals, family food boxes,
comfortable shelter, crisis counseling,
showers, clothing, and a safe day room
are just a few ways we care for our
homeless friends.

Help Cards

Panhandlers – How to Help
Give these cards to panhandlers so they know about the free meals, shelter, clothing, and employment help compassionately available at the Rescue Mission.

Get Involved

There are countless ways that individuals, groups,
companies, schools, and churches can impact the
lives of homeless people here at the Mission.

Donate Now

Help someone off the streets and transform a life by donating today!
Your Support Can Change Someone’s Life.

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