Ways to Give

There are a number of ways
to support the Mission.

Donate Now

It’s easy to give a one-time gift online today — and to help your homeless neighbors right away.

Give Now

Donate Monthly

By becoming a regular giver, you’ll help keep the Mission working while transforming lives.

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Phoenix Rescue Mission P.O. Box 6708, Phoenix AZ 85005-6708
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(602) 346-3336

By donating to the Phoenix Rescue Mission, you can receive the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit of up to $400. Want to claim this credit for yourself? Learn more

Memorial and Honorary Gifts

There’s no better way to remember or honor a loved one than by helping the most vulnerable people in our community.

  • Through a Memorial Gift, your loved one will be remembered in prayer and by helping the homeless. Each memorial gift is acknowledged by a letter mailed to the family of the deceased.
  • Through an Honorary Gift, you’ll help someone in the name of a friend or relative. Such a gift can also celebrate graduations, weddings, promotions, and retirements. Each is acknowledged by a card sent to the honoree.

For more information on memorial or honorary gifts, contact our Donor Care Team at 602-346-3336 or prm@phoenixrescuemission.org.

Donate Goods

Food, Clothing & More

From canned goods to peanut butter, from deodorant to diapers, from jackets to underwear, our clients desperately need them all. Can you help?

Vehicles

To donate your car, boat, fine jewelry, electronics, or other large items, please click the button below, and follow the instructions on the form.

Donate Assets

Stock

If you would like to bless the Phoenix Rescue Mission with a donation of stock, you can do so by contacting our Finance Department

Planned Giving

If supporting the Mission is important to you, give the gift that keeps on giving even long after you’re gone

Employer Matching Gifts

If your employer has a matching gift program, we’re “twice blessed” with your gift! Every $1 you give will double through the match, meaning twice the meals, shelter, and hope for our neediest neighbors.