Trenton Rescue Mission Receives $12,000 Grant
The Trenton Rescue Mission is able to continue serving the homeless, hungry, those suffering from addiction, and others who need shelter thanks to a $12,000 grant from the Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund.
Since 2005, the Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund has been donating an annual grant to The Rescue Mission. Through the years, the money from the grant has helped The Trenton Rescue Mission provide needy men and women with meals, a bed, and a warm shelter. The money from this year's grant is no exception, and will continue to help The Rescue Mission work to serve the needy.
The Trenton Rescue Mission is open daily from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., and offers various programs to help people rebuild their life. These programs include: addiction services, a TEACH program which offers various education classes for adults, permanent supportive housing, and an outpatient clinic for substance abuse.
If you would like to learn more about The Trenton Rescue Mission and the programs they offer, or if you would like to donate, visit their website at http://www.rescuemissionoftrenton.org/.