Las Vegas Rescue Mission

Las Vegas, NV
Founded: 1970
Current Status: Member
Member Since: December 31, 2007
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
   Cash Donations $2,434,290
   Noncash Donations $1,225,000
   Other Revenue $2,206,527
   Total Revenue $5,865,817
   Total Expenses $5,808,779
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
Total Assets $6,867,338
Total Liabilities $1,140,339
Net Assets $5,726,999

Data for year ended June 30, 2014
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Las Vegas Rescue Mission
Las Vegas, NV
Tel: (702) 382-1766
Fax: (702) 474-7535
CEO: Mr. Robert Brunner
Donor Contact: Mr. John Fogal

Ministry Description
Our mission is through feeding the hungry, support, care, and an introduction to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, we provide redemption, recovery, and re-entry to the homeless, addicted, and those in need. We accomplish this through various programs: Our Dining Hall serves nearly 1,000 meals every day of the year, while our Food Pantry helps, on average, 350 families each month. Our Emergency Overnight Shelter provides short term, safe and clean housing to nearly 200 men, women and children each night, who would otherwise be on the streets. Through our Thrift Store, in addition to retail goods, we also give basic needs like clothing, hygiene, diapers, etc. to over 16,000 people each month. Lastly, our Recovery Program provides long term solutions to addiction and life struggles - at any one time we have 120+ men and women at the Mission getting the help they need to turn their life around.

What role can you fill in helping the homeless and needy of Las Vegas? By giving a gift of any size, you are helping to provide meals, shelter, and life-changing services to those who are experiencing hunger and homelessness in Las Vegas. There are also many ways to give of your time through volunteer opportunities.

Ministry Sectors
  • Human Services & Medical

  • Ministry Types
  • Rescue Mission, Homeless (primary)
  • Alcohol, Drug Recovery