You Don’t Want to Miss our Fall Graduation

The Board of Directors, Executive Director and Staff Cordially invite  you to the  LIFEBUILDERS’ FALL GRADUATION

Friday, September 25, 2015

7:00 p.m.

Wayne M. Densch Chapel

426 S. McDuff Avenue

Jacksonville, Florida

Reception immediately following.

beds for sale

Support CRM by visiting our store

The Promise Broadcasts from NLI Summer Picnic

The Promise Radio Broadcasts from CRM

Thanks to The Promise Radio for broadcasting from CRM, New Life Inn during our Summer Picnic for our homeless community.

Jacksonville's hungry enjoying a picnic lunch

Summer Picnic for downtown’s homeless community

Thanks to Southside Business Men’s Club & Feeding NorthEast Florida for providing food & Summer Survival kits to Jx’s needy.

SSBM Volunteers

SBMC & Volunteers

Thanks to SBMC for providing &  handing out over 500 Summer Survival Kits to help the homeless, beat the heat!

serving lunch at McDuff

So thankful for those who volunteer

CRM students thank CIT

Life Builder Students at CIT Food Drive 2015

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Stop by our thrift store, 5343 Normandy Blvd

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Helping to Rebuild Lives & Relationships

UNF Fall 2015 Nursing Students

UNF 2015 Fall Nursing Students partner with CRM

P & w CRM style

LifeBuilder students praising God

My name is

Tri-State Youth-”Hello, my name is……”


Join us for our 7th Annual Champions Challenge Golf Tournament

Want to play on the famous TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course?  For more information click our News and Events tab.

2015 Spring grads getting ready to walk

Spring 2015 Grads ready to walk

What a joyous occasion!


Congratulations Spring 2015 Graduates


Your donations affect real lives

CRM provided hope & a holiday meal to over 600 hungry and needy guests at Easter thanks to you and your generosity.


Sheltering the Homeless, Healing the Addicted

sharing hope…


CRM Choir sharing the joy of Easter through song


CRM welcomes all who are spiritually or physically hungry


CRM Provides 100,000 Nights of Safe Shelter Annually

Thanks to your support, CRM is able to provide shelter to the homeless and food for the hungry.


Mike Davidson Ford Food Drive

The “Good Guys” at Mike Davidson Ford work rain or shine to help City Rescue Mission feed our needy in our Jacksonville communities.

Volunteer opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

CRM provides opportunities for those willing to share their time, talents & efforts in order to make a difference in the homeless & needy in our downtown area. Please contact Sherry Warren at 421-5149 or for more information on how you can get involved.

CRM Emergency Services

CRM Emergency Services

Our Emergency Services program provides a hot meal, a clean, warm bed & clean clothing to those in need.

Local churches gather hygiene products for Hope Totes

Fellowship and Hope

Consider organizing a collection of toiletries, socks, & sheets for those in need.  For more information, please contact Sherry Warren at 421-5149 or

Feeding the hungry

Feeding those in need

CRM feeds approximately 300,000 people annually through your generous donations.

Hope Totes for those in need

Hope Totes for those in need

Hope Totes provide toiletries for those in need.

final-The CRM Thrift Store supports the mission of CRM

City Rescue Mission’s Thrift Store

Our Thrift Store Supports the Mission of CRM

Volunteer & Help a Life


Thank you City Rescue Mission

City Rescue Mission has been serving the homeless and needy in Northeast Florida since 1946.

The original vision of offering “soup, soap and salvation” to alcoholics has evolved into a privately funded nonprofit organization whose mission is to rebuild the lives of the homeless and needy through life building programs and the love and compassion of Jesus Christ.

City Rescue Mission, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) corporation that provides food, clothing, shelter, emergency services and residential recovery programs to homeless men, women, and women with children. City Rescue Mission does not accept government funding. Financial support of the Mission comes from donations made generously by concerned individuals, churches, businesses, civic organizations, and foundations.