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Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission

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About Us
The Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission offers immediate shelter and food assistance to those who find themselves without basic resources to meet their needs on a day to day basis. In keeping with our Gospel roots we believe in the worth of all people and we work to demonstrate God's love through service. We will never take your partnership for granted.

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Should you designate a donation to be directed to the Mission you will help us fulfill our function as an overnight shelter to house the homeless of our community in a safe, warm and welcoming environment. Our kitchen feeds the homeless, the working poor and needy families an average of 7,000 meals per month 365 days a year.

We offer a six month shelter accommodation for women returning to the work force and transitioning to permanent housing. A one year New Life program allows between 25-28 men an opportunity for recovery and reintegration back into a useful life at no personal cost.

We sustain a Creative Beginnings Art Recovery class. We also offer groups to support sobriety. We partner with other sister nonprofits and community agencies and with academia to provide as broad an exposure as possible to the resources helpful in rebuilding a sense of accomplishment and genuine community among those we serve.

The Mission also provides for limited medical care, clothing, school supplies and licensing fees for qualifying individuals.

Our clothing room provides work clothing for men and women and for clothing that meets the needs of those living on the street.

The Mission is very pleased to be listed with Pick.Click.Give.and thanks you for your consideration.
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EIN: 92-6003040
Contact: (907) 563-5603
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Physical: 2823 E Tudor Road
Anchorage, AK 99507
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Mailing: P.O.Box 230510
Anchorage, AK 99523

Cause Types
      Aid and Services to the Low Income