Christmas Winter Wonderland Event: Saturday, December 14th. We will be providing over 4,000 Christmas toys for children. Parents will have the opportunity to pick out brand new, unwrapped toys for their children. Also, children will be able to pick out a household item as a gift for their parents! In addition, we will need 1,000 Fill-a-Box’s for this event as well.
For questions about volunteering please refer to prm.volunteerhub.com or volunteer services at 602-346-3363
To hold a toy drive or food drive, please contact Catie Hammann at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to NorthShore Student Ministries for holding their “Can Madness” food drive for Phoenix Rescue Mission. Together, they were able to collect nearly 300 cans of food for our food pantry and personal care items we give to those on the streets in our Hope Totes. These donations are more than just a can of food or a bottle of shampoo, they are a chance to connect and reach out to someone in need.
We make it easy to do a food drive with your group of family, friends or coworkers by providing boxes, lists of needs and we even do pick-ups. Contact Marlena at email@example.com if you’d like to start collecting for us today.
Make the Souper Bowl of Caring part of your game plan this Sunday, February 7th as the Saints take on the Colts for Super Bowl XLIV. Last year's Souper Bowl participants brought in over 2,000 pounds of food for our pantry. This year's goal is 5,000 pounds of food. We think we can do it, but we need your help!
You organization, church or business can compete for a chance to win prizes and for the title of “Souper Bowl of Caring Champions” by collecting canned food for the Mission. Competitors are invited to the Mission's Family Outreach Center located at 3532 West Thomas Road, Suite 9 between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to weigh in their contributions, register for the Grand-Prize and participate in a food packing and service blitz!
To register to participate email Marlena Padron at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 602.272.4663.
Find out more about the Souper Bowl of Caring by visiting www.souperbowl.org