Springs Rescue Mission | Neighbors Helping Neighbors Springs Rescue Mission | Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Your donation will immediately help a hurting and hungry neighbor get back on their feet. After providing 50% more meals, shelter and life-restoring services to hungry and homeless neighbors, the need for financial support is greater than ever at the Mission.

We need your help. Please donate today!

NEW!

Become a Good Samaritan Sponsor

 

  • Provide life-saving care for a full day and night
  • Helps comfort and stabilize one person in need
  • Includes food, shelter, guidance and Christian love

Just $25 a month

NEW!

Become a Good Samaritan 

Sponsor

 

  • Provide life-saving care for a full day and night
  • Helps comfort and stabilize one person in need
  • Includes food, shelter, guidance and Christian love

Just $25 a month

Give Help

You can bring life-changing help to your neighbors as a donor or volunteer with Springs Rescue Mission.

I want to help

Receive Help

Springs Rescue Mission can help you with food, shelter, job training, and rehabilitation.

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What does my donation do?

We’re on a mission to help our neighbors in the Pikes Peak Region find hope by providing for those in need. Last year we helped with:

Food

Food

124,000

meals

Shelter

Shelter

55,555

nights of shelter

Job Training

Education

14,599

education and spiritual classes attended

Rehabilitation

Resources

6,035

case management sessions

A Month in Review: February 2019

Your generosity made it possible for us to have another record-breaking month at Springs Rescue Mission! An unprecedented 444 neighbors in a single night found shelter from the dangerous temperatures last month. Scroll down to see some of February’s most exciting... read more

Our Prayer Requests: March 2019

The following are prayer requests submitted by neighbors struggling with homelessness, poverty and addiction. Please join Springs Rescue Mission staff and our faith community as we remember these precious neighbors in our daily prayers: “My prayer is that... read more