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Generation W & CIT Spruce Up

Thanks to the generosity to lend a hand, CRM transition homes received some much needed cleaning.

Trish Philbin & Generation W cleaning transition houses

Generation W & CIT offer their services

Generation W & CIT helped with much needed cleaning. CRM is so blessed.


Bailey’s Gym Shoe & Sock Drive

Bailey’s Gym collected new & gently used shoes to ensure our needy community don’t go without shoes this winter.


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.


The Good Guys at Mike Davidson Ford Fill an F-150

Our friends at Mike Davidson Ford really are the good guys.  They produced over 7,000 lbs of food that will feed nearly 8,000 people!  Lives will be impacted in the undeserved in our community.

Sherry at St. Johns Presbyterian for sock drive

St. Johns Presbyterian Preschool

Thanks to the Preschool kids & the Blue Doors at St. Johns Presbyterian; they provided socks & food for many during the month of November

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City Rescue Mission Shoeboxes of Love

Shoeboxes of Love are handed out to those in need following our annual Christmas Holiday meal. For more information, please contact us

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Congratulations to our Fall 2014 CRM Graduates.

Please join us for an wonderful evening to rejoice with our graduates. Our next graduation is in Spring 2015

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UNF Nursing Students

UNF Nursing students volunteer their skills and hearts at CRM.

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LifeBuilder Students at Casting Crowns Concert

Thanks to Casting Crowns, CRM LifeBuilder’s were able to attend an awesome praise & worship concert!

Cross of Hope 2014

Cross of Hope 2014

Our new Cross of Hope serves as a beacon of “Hope” to welcome all who who may be hungry, tired or in need.

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.

CRM Emergency Services

CRM Emergency Services

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

CIT Food Drive

CIT Food Drive to benefit CRM

There are many ways you can help CRM; your company can organize a drive to benefit those in need.

Local churches gather hygiene products for Hope Totes

Fellowship and Hope

MPF fellowships while filling Hope Totes for CRM’s needy

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.

New Jesus Friends

CRM Chapel fellowship

New Jesus friends offer hugs, prayer & song to our LifeBuilder’s.

CRM Choir

CRM’s Student Choir

CRM’s student choir performs at the Spring Graduation.

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2014 Spring Graduating LifeBuilder’s Class

Congratulations to our newest LifeBuilder’s graduates.


Feeding those in Need

City Rescue Mission provides 300,000 meals each year

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Congratulations LifeBuilders Graduates!

LifeBuilders Addiction Recovery Transforms Lives

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City Rescue Mission’s Thrift Store

Our Jacksonville 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.