Philly House

Philadelphia, PA

Founded: 1878

Tel: (215) 922-6400

Website: http://www.phillyhouse.org

Top LeaderRev. Jeremy Montgomery

Donor Contact: Mr. John Heinz

Member Since: July 1, 1988


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $3,534,336
   Noncash Donations $127,050
   Other Revenue $112,790
   Total Revenue $3,774,176
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $2,470,871
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$1,303,305
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$1,303,305
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Total Assets $4,896,636
Total Liabilities $231,464
Net Assets $4,665,172
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For 144 years, Philly House, formerly known as Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission, been a physical and spiritual sanctuary, empowering the homeless, hungry and hurting. Whether it’s providing a clean bed, preparing a warm meal, offering medical care, helping with legal needs or assisting with long-term housing, we serve everyone unconditionally with excellence and dignity so that they experience a safe refuge from the streets along with welcoming sense of belonging. Join us as we open our doors 365 days a year to activate others' God-given potential. www.phillyhouse.org

Give a homeless person a second chance at life. Our year-long residential recovery program teaches homeless and addicted men how to structure their lives according to the Bible. In addition, our Learning Center provides educational and employment assistance. Your donation will help us to keep this program free for anyone who needs help.
The overnight shelter provides accommodations for up to 175 men. During extreme temperatures, overflow sleeping mats are used so that no one will be turned away. Men are able to stay with us for thirty days free of charge. The mission also serves three meals, every day of the year. Meals are available to both men and women at our Center City location.
We provide a safe, caring environment for homeless women and their children. At Wayne Hall, women commit to a one-year discipleship/recovery program and live in comfortable private rooms. The program teaches the women how to restructure their lives according to the Word of God and also trains them in practical skills. The goal of the program is to return these women to society as self-sufficient individuals who are able to provide for their families.
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