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Sleepless 2019: an amazing evening that brought our community together around our city’s #1 issue: homelessness. By attending, volunteering, and donating, families and people of all ages made an impact on our homeless. What was the impact? Through the support of our sponsors and you, who peer to peer fundraised, we raised $160,000 to address […]
“When my son Jeriah came to us, he would always complain of these stomach aches. We found out that he had ingested rocks. He was so hungry, neglected and malnourished where he was that he would fill his belly with gravel in order to feel full.” -Michael Ketterer, Influence Music Michael Ketterer, our headlining artist […]
Meet Michelle Smith, our Vice President of Development. Native to Southern California, she has called San Diego home for over a decade, serving at the San Diego Mission for three years. Starting as the Community Relations and Event Manager, she was quickly promoted to Director of Marketing, and then again in February to her current […]
Join us on November 23, 2019 for our special Thanksgiving holiday meal. This is one of three times in the year when San Diego Rescue Mission opens its doors to the homeless community to celebrate the holidays. Gather to enjoy home-cooked meals, entertainment, and to celebrate in the festivities! Thanksgiving Dinner 2pm-5pm 120 Elm Street San […]
Join us on December 21, 2019 for our special Christmas Outreach Meal. This is one of three times in the year when San Diego Rescue Mission opens its doors to the homeless community to celebrate the holidays. Gather to enjoy home-cooked meals, entertainment, and to celebrate in the festivities!
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San Diego Rescue Mission is a non-profit homeless shelter and recovery center serving thousands of homeless, hungry, and poor men, women, and children in San Diego since 1955.