We work to provide the “weary and burdened” not only with the essentials of life — shelter, a bed to sleep in, and food to eat – but also with rest for their souls. Most would agree that people need more than food and drink. We are all looking for acceptance, forgiveness and sometimes a new start.
- At the Lebanon Rescue Mission, men battling addictions will receive support to stay clean and work toward a brighter future.
- At Agape Family Shelter, women will discover skills for independence and a safe environment for their children.
- At the Lebanon Free Clinic, patients who could not otherwise afford health care are treated with respect and kindness.
Lebanon Rescue Mission is located at: 1223 Bittner Blvd., Lebanon, PA 17046
Our mailing address is: Lebanon Rescue Mission, PO Box 5, Lebanon, PA 17042
News & Events
|Rescue Mission Food Drive 2015
Sunday, October 18 – Saturday, December 19
This year’s Food Drive is a “Bring Your Own Bag” Food Drive. Help Lebanon Rescue Mission and its ministries, Men’s Shelter, Agape Family Shelter, and Lebanon Free Clinic continue going green. Grab a bag, box, or basket, fill it with non-perishable food items, drop it at the Mission, 1223 Bittner Blvd., or any Lebanon County Fulton Bank, M&T Bank, Woodforest National Bank (inside Lebanon Walmart), or Fredericksburg National Bank. All donations stay in Lebanon County. This event will fill our non-perishable food pantry for the year. Interested in volunteering? Need more information? Is your organization or business interested in participating? Call Jenny or Gail at 273-2301 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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Agape Family Shelter receives 2015 grant award from The Women’s Fund!
Agape Family Shelter receives 2015 grant award from The Kids Trust!
Agape Family Shelter receives 2014 grant award from The Women’s Fund!
|THANK YOU TO GIRL SCOUT JUNIOR TROOP 70338 FOR THEIR GENEROUS DONATION OF PAPER PRODUTS TO OUR RESCUE MISSION!Girl Scout Junior Troop 70338, out of Cornwall, is currently working on their Bronze Award Project and chose us to be recipients of the following paper products … wait until you see the huge amounts … WOW!!!2,894 rolls of toilet paper, 168 boxes of Kleenex, 160 rolls of paper towels, 77 packs of c-fold towels, and 52 packs of napkinsThese 10 Junior Girl Scouts completed this project in just three weeks .. how amazing! The Girl Scout Bronze Award is a leadership adventure and the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve. These girls worked together, met new people, and are making a difference in our Lebanon community!THANK YOU for generously giving and choosing our Mission to receive the benefits from your project!|
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