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Homeless.
Addicted.
Transformed.

 
 
 
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Mission Overview

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Donate With A New App

Donating your gently used things just became easier with the new ReSupply App. With this app, you can take pictures of the items being donated, schedule a donation, see a picture of the driver and even see where the truck is in relation to your home! Simply text “RESUPPLYAPP” to 313131 to down load the app today.

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Rescuer Martin French

Valley Rescue Mission believes in miracles! We see them every day in the faces of our men and women. We hear miracles in the resounding laughter of our children. We witness lives changed forever because of the miraculous gifts given by people who care…people like YOU and people like Martin French.

If you’ve ever shopped for flowers at the Milgen Road Publix you’ve met Martin French. He is celebrating 23 years working in the Floral Department there.

Martin is always busy with holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, or those “just because” flowers. Busy as he is, he took a few minutes to tell us why he never misses a single month of donating to the Mission. “I am passionate about flowers, but you can only have so many. People need to eat. They need clothing. They need shelter. I know that my monthly gifts to the Mission help provide for the homeless and hungry.”

Martin feels that he is blessed and but for God’s grace he or anyone else could be in need. “I consider Valley Rescue to be one of the best resources in our community for serving families who are suffering.”

Thank you for brightening our days Martin with your flowers and your faithful support!

We invite you to join Martin and many others for our RESCUERS program and donate each month knowing your faithful gifts are changing lives…one miracle at a time!

For more information, please call Mitzi Oxford at 706-322-8267 ext. 204.


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Abused.
Homeless.
Renewed.

Tracy and her three year old son had been living on the streets. When they came to the Mission, they were desperate and hungry.

 
 
 
 
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