How you made a difference this year: 2019 Impact Report - Springs Rescue Mission How you made a difference this year: 2019 Impact Report - Springs Rescue Mission

The annual report is compiled using fiscal year 2018-19 data, but also includes stories written as recently as October. Some highlights of the Impact Report include:

  • 3,219 homeless individuals sheltered;
  • 87 individuals placed in permanent supportive housing;
  • 119 individuals housed in the community;
  • 204,905 meals served by Samaritan’s Kitchen;
  • 26 partner agencies present on campus;
  • 71 men entered the New Life Program (addiction recovery);
  • 1,063 people attended 12-step meetings;
  • 180 shelter guests worked each day (average);
  • 4,801 case management sessions completed;
  • 36,695 volunteer hours completed;
  • $382,475 revenue raised by Mission Catering (social enterprise);
  • $6.6 million in funds raised through donations;
  • 550,000 pounds of material goods donated; and
  • 383 people found or maintained employment.

“Each statistic represents a precious person fighting against the odds to improve their situation,” said Travis Williams, chief development officer. “At Springs Rescue Mission, we’re thankful that the community is loving bigger and working together to see lives restored. To be a part of helping folks move toward healthy independence is really something to celebrate.”

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About the Author - Cameron Moix

Cameron Moix is the Content Marketing Coordinator 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.