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Christmas 2014

Christmas at the Springfield Rescue Mission

christmas linesChristmas Food & Gift Delivery, Saturday, December 20 
We need drivers to deliver food and gift boxes to families from a locally sponsored elementary school class.
 
Christmas Meal Delivery, Tuesday, December 23, 2:00pm
Volunteers are deliver Christmas meals to our elderly and disabled neighors. Anyone needing a meal delivered should call 413-732-0808 ext 102 by December 19.
 
Christmas Dinner, Tuesday, December 23, 4:00pm
Volunteers are needed to prepare, set up and serve Christmas dinner to hundreds of hungry and homeless guests. After dinner each guest will be given a box of 10-15 Christmas gifts. Food and gift donations are essential. 
 
Christmas Breakfast, Wednesday, December 24, 7:00am
Volunteers are needed to prepare, set up and serve Christmas breakfast to our homeless neighbors.
 
 
 

25 Day Christmas Challenge

christmas challengeWhat is the 25 Day Christmas Challenge?

Together we need to raise 10,000 meals during these 25 days leading up to Christmas, to feed and care for the thousands of people who will come to the Springfield Rescue Mission.  When you provide a meal, you provide hope - hope for a transformed life and a new start!

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     Each meal is just $1.92 - how many people can you feed & care for today? DONATE NOW

Christmas Newsletter

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Inside this Issue ...

  • Bill's Story
  • Christmas Events
  • Christmas miracles message from our Director
  • Christmas message from one of our former employees

 

Coldest Day 5K 2015

COLDEST DAY OF THE YEAR 5K Walk/Run 2015

 
 
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Race Start Time: 1:00pm
Race Route: Start/End at Springfield Rescue Mission, 19 Bliss Street, Springfield MA - race route travels Springfield Bike Path to Emergency Shelter (148 Taylors Street) and returns to 19 Bliss Street.
 
It's not just exercise ... it's education! Educating the public on homelessness.
 

Does the average person really understand the long-term effects of drugs and alcohol addiction? Do they know what it’s like to be homeless? Have they ever set foot in a homeless shelter? For the majority of people, the answer to all of these questions is no!

The Springfield Rescue Mission is presenting a great opportunity for people to learn about homelessness and the long-term effects of addiction by participating in this great fundraiser! Taking part in our COLDEST DAY 5K will give people a first-hand look at what it’s like to walk the streets of Springfield, experiencing the cold stark winter air, the solitude of the streets, and the loneliness that surround homeless people every day.

Upon completion of the 5K participants will receive a COLDEST DAY 5K travel mug. We’ll have cocoa, tea and coffee available inside the Mission where they can fill their mugs and warm up. First place will receive a mug and Springfield Rescue Mission windbreaker, Second place will receive a mug and Springfield Rescue Mission t-shirt.

Participants should dress in warm clothing, appropriate for the elements of the day.

For further information or questions, please feel free to contact event coordinator, Julie Barnes for more information or questions...

Julie Barnes, Community Development Assistant
Springfield Rescue Mission
(w) 413-732-0808
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Our Mission Statement:

The goal of the Springfield Rescue Mission, since 1892, is to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the hungry, homeless, addicted and poor by introducing them to Christ and helping them apply the Word of God to every area of their lives.

No person is denied services based on race, creed, sex, disability or national origin.

Business Offices


19 Bliss Street, P.O. Box 9045
Springfield, MA, 01102-9045

Hours of Operation
9:00AM - 4:00PM, Monday - Friday

tel (413) 732-0808
fax (413) 732-5512

Rehabilitation Center


19 Bliss Street,
Springfield, MA, 01105

Hours of Operation
24/7 - No intakes Friday, Saturday or Sunday

tel (413) 732-0808

Emergency Shelter


148 Taylor Street
Springfield MA 01105

No mail accepted at this address

Hours of Operation
4:00PM - 8:00AM, Monday - Saturday

Give-Away Center


15 Bliss Street,
Springfield MA 01105

No mail accepted at this address

Hours of Operation
By Appointment Only 
Call 413-732-0808 ext. 101

 

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