'Community Champions' help homeless neighbors by supporting SRM - Springs Rescue Mission 'Community Champions' help homeless neighbors by supporting SRM - Springs Rescue Mission LUCKY ORANGE TRACKER BELOW

 

Every year, thousands of “Community Champions” help transform the lives of men and women experiencing homelessness, hunger and addiction in Colorado Springs by supporting Springs Rescue Mission.

These compassionate partners have helped us create and operate an extensive homeless resource campus offering shelter, meals and services to neighbors in need. With their help, hundreds are finding housing, regaining their health and getting back to work.

“These businesses, organizations, nonprofits and churches are compassionate members of our community,” said Chief Development Officer Travis Williams. “Together, with thousands of individuals across this beautiful city of Colorado Springs, they contribute to helping our most vulnerable neighbors in ways that cannot be overstated.”

These partners champion the Mission by volunteering their time, organizing events and making generous financial contributions that make our work possible. In fact, more than 90 percent of the Mission’s funding comes from the faithful philanthropy of these organizations, as well as from private donors like you.

“We are thankful for their help, and we hope more organizations and individuals join us to create pathways out of homelessness, hunger and addiction for our neighbors in need,” said President & CEO Jack Briggs. “Together, we can help transform lives — providing hope and opportunity to those who need it most.”

Organizations like Wells Fargo, the Colorado Springs Health Foundation, the Colorado Health Foundation and USAA are devoted to addressing issues surrounding affordable and transitional housing; other organizations like the Kenneth King Foundation, the Daniels Fund, El Paso County (Community Investment Program) and Independent Financial support the development of job skills and getting people back to work; and organizations like Ent Credit Union, the Anschutz Foundation, the El Pomar Foundation, the City of Colorado Springs, T. Rowe Price and Eastern Colorado Bank make the Mission’s work possible by supporting our general fund, capital campaign and emergency services projects.

The compassionate support of these organizations and many others like them cannot be understated. Together, they join with thousands of private donors to fight poverty, hunger, homelessness and addiction in our community. World change starts locally by supporting charitable organizations like Springs Rescue Mission.

You’re making a difference. You’re transforming lives.

 

“It is in the shelter of each other that the people live.” – Irish Blessing

 

 

Here are just a few of those that generously support the Mission:
  • Andrew Wommack Ministries
  • BombBomb
  • Church Community Builder
  • Classic Homes
  • Colorado Springs Utilities
  • COSiloveyou
  • Dutch Bros
  • Empire Title
  • Family of Christ Lutheran Church
  • Forestgate Presbyterian Church
  • GE Johnson Construction Company
  • Great Wolf Lodge
  • Harvest Downtown
  • Home Depot
  • In-N-Out Burger
  • Integrity Bank & Trust
  • Larry H. Miller
  • Lowes Home Improvement
  • Meadows Park Community Center
  • Mountain View Electric Association
  • New Life Church
  • Peak Producers
  • Perkins Motors
  • Physician Health Partners
  • Pikes Peak Community Foundation
  • Resource Land Holdings
  • Tommy’s Car Wash
  • Wellco Hardwoods

 

CLICK HERE to learn more about our Community Champions.

 

If you’re interested in partnering with Springs Rescue Mission, call us at (719) 632-1822 or email us at info@SpringsRescueMission.org today. We’d love to work with you to raise awareness about homelessness and chat about how your business can spearhead a movement to help homeless men and women restore their lives.

 


 

 

Consistently provide nutritious meals, a bed and compassionate care for neighbors in need by becoming a Good Samaritan Sponsor today! For just $25 a month, you’ll help transform the life of a homeless man or woman in Colorado Springs.
Visit springsrescuemission.org/gss to learn more.

 

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About the Author - Cameron Moix

Cameron Moix is the Content Marketing Manager for Springs Rescue Mission. Originally from central Arkansas, he holds a BA in mass communications (print journalism emphasis) from the University of Arkansas - Little Rock. Most of his career has been spent in print journalism, including four years as a reporter for the Colorado Springs Business Journal.