Rescue Mission Miami Fundraising To Support Homeless Population During Irma

During and after Hurricane Irma's potential impact on South Florida, Rescue Mission Miami (RMM) expects to serve thousands of men, women, and children -- in addition to more than 850 residents. 

RMM currently serves approximately 1,300 people per day -- providing meals and other assistances. Due to the increased dangers presented by a storm, many (more) individuals "living on the edge" are expected to seek shelter at RMM's Miami, Hollywood, and Pompano locations. 

In order to meet the needs and accommodations of the local homeless population during this time of need, Miami Rescue Mission is currently accepting financial donations in support of pre- and post – hurricane relief efforts for South Florida’s most vulnerable population.

Those interested in helping can do so online at or via mail, to: 

Miami Rescue Mission

Attn: Hurricane Irma 

POB 420620

Miami, FL 33242-0620.

Donations will help provide the homeless with:

  • A safe and warm shelter place
  • Hot and fresh meals
  • Dry clothing
  • More

"Your gift may help save lives. All gifts are fully tax deductible and greatly appreciated." -RMM

For more information, you can contact one of the three RMM locations:

  • Miami - 3553 NW 50th Street P: 305 571-2273
  • Hollywood - 2056 Scott Street P: 954 926-7417
  • Pompano Beach - 1700 Blount Road P: 954 979-6365

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