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Your donation will help sustain vital programs to men, women, and children in need in our own community. We depend on your support to continue providing meals, safe and comfortable shelter, transportation, and individualized services to each resident. We are not a government agency and have no national headquarters—we rely on the generosity of our community.
We believe that God will use every gift—large or small—to impact lives with His love through the Macon Rescue Mission. Thank you!
Click HERE to donate online or mail checks to:
P.O. Box 749
Macon, GA 31202
Your monthly gift ensures that help is always available for those in need. The Mission is sustained by year-round support, primarily through monthly donors who give in seasons when others do not. Consider involving a church group or coworkers in giving together. Gifts can be made by check or automatically charged to a debit or credit card via online giving. Thank you!
Does your employer have a matched giving program? Ask your human resources department to find out! Many companies will match, double, or even triple your gift to your charity of choice. Retired employees and spouses may also be eligible.
Meet our daily needs by donating items on our needs list. Donate to the Bargain Center by calling to schedule a pick-up (478-743-5445) or dropping off donations at the Mission or the Bargain Center (3375 Napier Ave.)
“Prior to residing at the Mission, I had totally destroyed my life with illegal drugs and found myself homeless and nowhere to go. Now I will soon have one year clean. The Macon Rescue Mission gave me structure. I have had so many people say they have seen God do a mighty work in my life. I’ve seen God manifest Himself to me through the Macon Rescue Mission and through the church that I now attend. In spite of the rough times we are all facing, God is still creating miracles. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has found himself in a homeless situation and for myself and speaking for others, we thank God for the Macon Rescue Mission.”