Gospel Center Rescue Mission-Gleason House Christmas In July w/Ports & Fireworks!
Friday, July 26, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
"Gospel Center Rescue Mission - Gleason House Christmas In July With The Ports & Fireworks!" & How Your Participation Helps Homeless Men, Women & Children!
The Gospel Center Rescue Mission (GCRM) currently houses and feeds approximately 115 men, 38 women and 18 children daily.
The Gleason House Medical Clinic currently serves approximately 30 homeless patients each day.
Even as the needs of the homeless continue throughout the summer, donations tend to wane.
In an effort to keep the needs of the homeless at the forefront of the public's eye and to raise much needed funds to help the homeless throughout this summer, we have launched "Gospel Center Rescue Mission - Gleason House Christmas In July With The Ports & Fireworks Event To Help The Homeless!"
We invite you to join us by purchasing tickets to the July 26, 2013 Stockton Ports vs. San Jose Giants Game @ 7:05pm (post game fireworks!) to fundraise for and bring awareness to the needs of the homeless throughout this year.
For every Field Box Ticket or MVP Ticket you purchase by calling (209) 320-2311, or by visiting www.gcrms.org - $4 of your ticket purchase goes to help homeless men, women and children at the Gospel Center Rescue Mission and Gleason House Medical Clinic.
Please feel free to ask your friends, family and co-workers to join you at the "Gospel Center Rescue Mission - Gleason House Christmas In July With The Ports & Fireworks Event To Help The Homeless!"
You are also welcome to contact us at (209) 320-2311 to receive a tour of our campus.
We thank you again for helping the homeless and Merry Christmas In July!,
Gospel Center Rescue Mission (GCRM) & Gleason House Medical Clinic
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Gospel Center Rescue Mission
Gospel Center Rescue Mission is a non-profit organization of Christians and other caring people those mission is to minister to the needs of the homeless and poor of Stockton and San Joaquin County including individuals suffering from substance abuse without regard to race, gender, nationality, or religion.
We affirm the value of human life through the expression of unconditional love while meeting the essential needs of individuals and families whose destitution and/or addiction has separated them from their family and society and we fulfill our mission by providing food, clothing, shelter, education, counseling, substance abuse treatment, spiritual support and follow-up assistance.
Our objective is that every client will be a responsible person, living in a supportive community (church, spouse, and friends) with a job and permanent housing.
For more information on the Gospel Center Rescue Mission, please visit www.gcrms.org.