San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission Water Bottle Collection
Posted by Mitchell Englander on July 01, 2016 at 10:02 AM
As temperatures continue to rise this summer season, it is crucial that we help keep our chronically homeless neighbors safe and hydrated. The San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission is collecting cases of bottled water for their Rescue Survival Outreach Services (Rescue SOS) program.
The Rescue Mission’s Rescue SOS team helps individuals and families to meet basic, life-essential needs and serves as a link to social services in the community, including the organization's own emergency shelter, residential substance abuse recovery, and transitional housing programs.
Throughout the week the Rescue SOS team truck travels to different areas within the San Fernando Valley and is equipped with a mobile shower unit, hot nutritious food, clothing and hygiene items for distribution.
Cases of water can be brought to the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission throughout the summer. Community members are also encouraged to keep water bottles in their car to hand out to those in need.
Monday through Friday
8:30 am to 5:00 pm
San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission
8756 Canby Ave.
For more information, call (818) 785-4476 or go to www.sfvrescuemission.org.
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