CRM exists to transform the lives of the homeless and needy, serving them through the love and compassion of Jesus Christ.
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. Financial support of the Mission comes from donations made generously by concerned individuals, churches, businesses, civic organizations, and foundations.
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My wife was a huge advocate for the homeless. When she passed away, I initially started giving to CRM as a memorial to her as my inspiration, but now I’m inspired by the people at CRM–the people who work there, and especially those who receive help.
Flightstar, its business associates and our loyal contributing customers are proud and honored to be a part of the CRM Golf Tournament for a truly worthy and meaningful cause. As we provide employment opportunities for our own ‘family’ of employees, we have a real sense of community obligation to help those less fortunate. To contribute and be a part of the City Rescue Mission success story here in Jacksonville is both fulfilling and very gratifying.
The supportive relationships I have developed in my time at City Rescue Mission have shown me I’m not alone and that everyone has a storm they are working their way through.
Kenny grew up with a father he could never please. His dad would frequently beat...READ MORE
I struggled with addiction since I was 8 or 9 years old. My grandmother, who was...READ MORE
I was bound to be addicted to something, even from an early age. I grew up in a ...READ MORE
My struggle with drugs and alcohol has always been connected to anger. As a chil...READ MORE