Knox Area Rescue Ministries

Rating: 3.93 stars   14 reviews


PO Box 3310 Knoxville TN 37927 USA


Knox Area Rescue Ministries seeks to rescue the poor and needy of the Knoxville area by providing recovery services in Jesus' Name. Our programs provide food, shelter, clothing, assist with individual needs and circumstances, and offer recovery services including case management, addiction treatment, crisis intervention, and job training. All services are free of charge.

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Rating: 1 stars  

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KARM has gone from being a Mission of Hope to a Mission of MONEY. They were donated Toys from the Toys from Tots to be given to the children at the mission BUT KARM decided to SELL THEM for profit. If you have any doubt about this here is a link for you to see now are you going to believe a Military organization or a organization that got caught with their hand in the cookie jar. This isn't the first time I have seen something of this nature. Read the reviews on this link and I have donated coats to the Coats for Cold campaign and then seen them on the sales floor FOR SALE. I dropped them off in the box and the next day they were for sale at a price even more than I paid for the coats. There are so many stories of the greed and lack of Jesus in their organization anymore it is truly a sad day for Knoxville. Don't waste your time or your money because they MAKE MILLIONS a year. MILLIONS and then ask for more ! Mark 4:22 For there is nothing hid, which shall not be manifested; neither was any thing kept secret, but that it should come abroad.

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