The C.A.R.E. Project serves lunch at Union Rescue Mission
Wednesday, Apr 19, 2017 @ 10:46 PM

On Wednesday, April 19th Robin Greenberg and the C.A.R.E. Project volunteers met at Union Rescue Mission in Downtown L.A. To help prep and serve meals to about 1,500 men & women in need.


Union Rescue Mission (URM) is one of the largest missions of its kind in America — bringing help and hope to men, women, and children experiencing homelessness in Downtown Los Angeles. URM was founded in 1891 by Lyman Stewart, president and founder of Union Oil Company. George A. Hilton served as the first superintendent of the Mission, originally known as the Pacific Gospel Union. During those early days, URM took to the streets in gospel wagons to offer food, clothing, and salvation to the less fortunate. Over the years, URM has continued and expanded its efforts to feed both the body and the soul, helping individuals and families break the cycle of poverty and achieve self-sufficiency. To learn more about Union Rescue Mission Click Here.


The C.A.R.E. Project hosts monthly outreaches to help those in need. Check our calendar each month to find out where we will be going to next.


We return to Union Rescue Mission on Tuesday, May 23rd for another lunch service from 10:30am - 2:00pm. Click Here for more information.


 



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