You Are the Rescuer!
Rev. John Samaan
Because of you homeless and desperate women and men can find transformation and a better life. The transition out of addiction and of being homeless and hopeless can be a bumpy road with successes and occasional failures. No matter how long it takes, eventually the successes start to add up. People like Nick become stronger and more independent by sharing their stories with others. They learn how to change harmful habits. They successfully transition, but they do not forget your compassion.
Now, it’s summer – financial contributions drop but the needs and the services continue. When the weather is hot, our guests face even greater difficulties and frustrations. Thank you again for your compassion, and may God bless you!
Omar volunteered regularly in his home country since middle school. Serving needy people at the Mission came naturally, except for one thing.
When it comes to clearing an overgrown landscape, a little work from volunteers goes a long way.
Gifts of stock and securities bring a second chance to those who may have lost their own life savings to drugs and alcohol.