The Rescue Mission is set to provide Thanksgiving dinner to thousands, even though the ongoing coronavirus threat will impact service.
The Fort Wayne Rescue Mission is altering its traditional Thanksgiving meal distribution because of a surge in COVID-19.
Due to a surge in COVID-19 cases in the area, volunteers at The Rescue Mission are planning to offer carryout meals to those in need next week.
The Rescue Mission is adjusting its services, including to capacity and meal services, due to the surge in COVID-19 cases.
Each year, nearly 200 volunteers donate their time to help prepare turkeys for the Thanksgiving meal during Turkeypalooza.
The Rescue Mission is preparing to serve more than three thousand meals for Thanksgiving.
Meal service began at the new Fort Wayne Rescue Mission location on Monday.
Laurie Brumbaugh, Senior VP of Fund Development for The Rescue Mission, about their new building as well as their upcoming Fall Banquet. The Fall Banquet is an opportunity to support their ministry.
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Most people saw plans upended by the coronavirus. Few, perhaps, have had to adjust more quickly than Rescue Mission CEO Donovan Coley and his team.
The new Rescue Mission features a Connection Center which allows for area agencies to come to clients at The Rescue Mission, alleviating the need for people to travel all over the city for services.
Fort Wayne-based Design Collaborative celebrated its completion of the new Fort Wayne Rescue Mission project during the invitation-only ribbon-cutting event.