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Raleigh Rescue Mission: Partnering Together to Eradicate Homelessness in Raleigh

Raleigh Rescue Mission is dedicated to serving those experiencing homelessness in our community. Currently there are over 6,000 individuals seeking homeless services, over 1,500 children homeless attending Wake Schools and over 95,200 individuals in Poverty at risk of being homeless. Their vision is to transform lives and a community through Christ. They do this while holding to five core values.

Core Values

  • Compassion: Embracing individuals with grace and compassion.
  • Prayer: Praying expectantly because it changes things.
  • Collaboration: Striving to adapt and work together for greater achievements.
  • Excellence: Refusing to accept the “status quo” and actively striving for excellence.
  • Development: Working to develop each other to fully live out our God Given purposes!

Why Raleigh Rescue Mission?

    Raleigh Rescue Mission for the past 60 years has offered  hope to individuals who find themselves homeless and hurting. More than 750,000 men, women, and children have stepped through their doors, found shelter under their roof, and have found a deeper understanding of Christ’s love for them and the gift of salvation through Him. From a simple prayer in the lobby, to moving individuals or families through their life plan, and even eventually into their own home, through Christ power Raleigh Rescue Mission changes lives.  If you are looking for ways to join their effort and help those who need a second chance RRM offers many opportunities to be involved.

    Ways You Can Serve With Raleigh Rescue Mission

    • Pray for their outreach and ministry.
    • Attend a RRM Training Session. You can find the details for those at pray.org/localoutreach.
    • Serve as a Jobs For Life mentor.
    • Host a workshop or special event. 
    • Host a supply drive. 
    • Supply and pack bagged meals to be distributed to those who are in need of them.

    Take your next step with getting involved with Raleigh Rescue Mission, and learning more about their ministry work, at www.pray.org/localoutreach.

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