New York City Rescue Mission

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Founded in 1872, the New York City Rescue Mission (NYCRM) was America's first rescue mission. The purpose of the mission has been the same for 130 years: to provide spiritual hope, food, clothing and shelter to the destitute who arrive on their doorstep. The Mission provides shelter, job training, GED and education classes, drug recovery, casework services, computer skill training, and more.  Volunteers can help distribute groceries through the food pantry, lead a worship service, help with their job readiness programs, provide GED tutoring, and more.

 

Opportunities: 

Pack pantry bags and distribute food to the community

 

Location:

90 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10013

 

HFNY Team Leader:

 

Website:

http://www.nycrescue.org

 

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Ongoing HFNY Volunteer Opportunities: 

3rd Fridays and Saturdays of the month: Volunteers are needed to help pack pantry bags for the community on Friday evenings from 7:30PM-9:15PM. Volunteers can also help distribute these pantry bags to those in need on Saturday mornings from 9:30AM-12:00PM. Email  to sign up. 

 

Upcoming Events:

4/19/14 9:45 AM

New York City Rescue Mission - Food Pantry

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5/16/14 7:30 PM

New York City Rescue Mission - Friday Evening Food Pantry

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5/17/14 9:45 AM

New York City Rescue Mission - Food Pantry

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