Changing More Than 1,600 Lives Daily –Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries
Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries

The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries was founded in 1909 by Minister David C. Stucky as the Detroit City Rescue Mission. They began as a soup kitchen that provided church services, food, clothing, and shelter for the homeless and downtrodden.

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What began as a soup kitchen that provided church services, shelter, food and clothing for the homeless and downtrodden, has since helped rebuild the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.

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Keeshann Clay with daughter Heaven – Detroit Rescue Mission

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries helped Keeshann Clay a lot when she was homeless and felt that she had no one on her side.  Even though no one was helping her out, the Detroit Rescue Mission gave her a safe, respectful, clean place for her and her children to stay.   To learn more about DRRM, visit them online at:  http://drmm.org

 

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Detroit Rescue Mission – We’re America’s Compassion …

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The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries (DRMM) is set to mark its 105th year of changing lives for the homeless, hurting and hungry in metro-Detroit with free admission to DRMM’s Transformation Ambassadors Inaugural event …

Detroit Rescue Mission – DRMM helps needy Dearborn …

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On Saturday, December 6, Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries (DRMM) will donate food boxes to 50 needy families in Michigan’s eight largest city of Dearborn which has 25.7% of its population below poverty level, according to …

Metro Home Health Care’s Donation to Detroit Rescue …

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27, 2009 – Metro Home Health Care recently donated more than $2,400 to the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries to benefit those in need this holiday season. The donation will feed more than 1,200 people served by the …

 

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