Denver Rescue Mission

Denver, CO

Founded: 1892

Tel: (303) 297-1815


Top LeaderMr. Brad Meuli

Donor Contact: Mr. Griff Freyschlag

Member Since: February 5, 1991

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $29,962,633
   Noncash Donations $20,541,698
   Other Revenue $8,097,276
   Total Revenue $58,601,607
   Total Expenses $50,255,068
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $54,575,437
Total Liabilities $4,317,006
Net Assets $50,258,431
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Founded in 1892, the Denver Rescue Mission is the oldest full-service Christian charity serving the poor and needy in the Rocky Mountain region. The Mission, a Colorado nonprofit organization, provides food, clothing, shelter, transitional housing, and medical, educational, and rehabilitation programs free of charge. The Lawrence Street Shelter is the Mission's most recognizable location. Many refer to it simply as "Jesus Saves" because of the neon "Jesus Saves" sign that adorns the corner of the building. This facility shelters up to 200 men nightly, 300 in inclement weather. Emergency care is provided through meals, shelter, food boxes, and clothing distribution. Our clinic is also located here and provides medical care mainly for program residents. Champa House is a long-term New Life rehabilitation program in a residential setting, offering help toward self-sufficiency to single mothers and their dependent children.

Your donation helps feed, shelter and provide critical services to the less fortunate in the Denver Metro area. Please give today!
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