Mission: PROVIDING A HAND UP AND OUT OF HOMELESSNESS FOR OVER 57 YEARS!
Over the years, Sunshine Rescue Mission Inc.has shared the love of Christ Jesus in Word and deed to the many weary souls who came to us for help. Providing guidance, ministry, and meals to anyone in our community who needed a helping hand!
Results: This Flagstaff institution has provided food and shelter to homeless men, women and children in Flagstaff when no one else did. We currently house 150 to 200 men, women and children every night and feed 200 to 250 everyday of the week. We also provide transitional housing and training. We are more than a shelter... We provide resources to help our guests break the cycle of homelessness.
Target demographics: The Homeless
Direct beneficiaries per year: Provided over 30,000 bed nights of shelter at our facilities
Geographic areas served: Flagstaff, Arizona
Programs: Hope Cottage (our women and children's facility), The Mission (our men's temporary housing facility and community outreach center) and Dorsey Manor (our men's transitional program).
This organization is truly the face of God. They strive to transition women and children back into the community. Throughout the process they shelter, counsel and feed each resident. The facility is very clean and the staff treats everyone with dignity and respect. I am proud to be able to serve there when I can. May God continue to bless each of your for your wonderful service.
The Sunshine Rescue Mission has been truely God sent for me to help get me off of the streets and back into a relationship with my Lord and Savior! Sometimes I wonder if they truely know how much they have helped me already and continue to help me. They are such a great whitness of Gods love and compassion. May the Lord bless all those who have a part in SRM both on this side of eternity and the next!
A great organization that provides food and shelter to the homeless community in Flagstaff. They serve three meals a day. They are truly interested in providing people a way out of homelessness. You can find out more about the Sunshine Rescue Mission at their website www.srm-hc.org