Are We Making a Difference?
The Union Rescue Mission is the largest emergency shelter and life-change center for men in the state of Kansas. The Mission’s 28,000-square foot facility in Wichita provides overnight housing and meals for homeless men, hosts a 12-month addiction recovery and Christian discipleship program called New Beginnings and distributes free food, diapers and infant formula to families and single mothers in need.
Though statistics are but one measure of the Mission’s accomplishments, here are a couple highlights from 2013:
- 106,791 meals served
- 55,485 lodging nights provided
- 1,852 free food boxes distributed
- 238 salvations at nightly chapel
For a Fact Sheet covering all of the Mission’s accomplishments in 2013 click here.
Would You Like to Make a Difference, Too?
At the Union Rescue Mission, we firmly believe that need is met and lives are redeemed only through Christ-led partnerships. You can join with the Mission in its on-going battle to end homelessness, addiction and hunger by volunteering, becoming a mentor, serving meals, donating or any of a number of other ways. You can find a complete list of partnership opportunities here.