Miami Rescue Mission
The Miami Rescue Mission held its annual Christmas in July Tuesday morning to help the homeless feel and look better as they try to re-establish themselves in the workforce.
Homeless fathers living on the streets of South Florida were not forgotten this Father’s Day.
For the hundreds of children taking part in the block parties at the Miami Rescue Mission and Broward Outreach Centers, Friday was a chance to play hard, and enjoy all the fun that comes with the Easter holiday.
As near freezing temperatures descend on South Florida, shelters in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties have kept their doors open to welcome in people who need a warm place to stay.
The Miami Rescue Mission, along with Broward Outreach Centers, shared Christmas cheer by feeding the homeless and needy, and it’s their biggest holiday celebration to date.
The Miami Rescue Mission is continuing their Thanksgiving tradition by feeding the homeless.
Good Friday is celebrated by people in different ways. In Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, the homeless are being treated to foot washing traditional to Good Friday, and a ‘Thanksgiving in April” meal which is not.
The Miami Rescue Mission and Broward Outreach Centers held their biggest Christmas Celebration ever for the Homeless and Needy of South Florida.
Every person without a home has a story to share, like Ron Williams, who says he fought for his country in the Vietnam War. But decades later, Ron finds himself living on the streets. Like more than a thousand people at the Miami Rescue Mission on Thursday, he’s here for a simple Thanksgiving meal.