A refuge for those with no place to turn

Serving the homeless and hurting of Pierce County and Tacoma

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Since 1912, the Mission has been offering God’s Help, Hope and Healing to the most impoverished members of our community.

With your help, the Mission is able to provide:


1,200 meals a day are served to homeless and low income people.


A nurturing Family Life Program keeps families together during recovery.


Over 250 people have warm and dry shelter every night.


Over 300 kids every year call the Mission their home while their families heal.

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Learn more about what we do, hear stories of lives changed, and find out ways you can help by signing up below.

Latest News

When Homelessness Chooses You

Jeremy was just 10 when he became homeless.       “I was 10 years old and living on the street by myself,” he says. “It’s scary out there when you’re a kid. So I started running with bikers and whoever I could to keep myself warm and safe, which wasn’t really the safest.”  By […]

Jesse’s Story: 13 Blankets

Some people think 13 is an unlucky number.  For Jesse, it’s just the number of blankets he needed to keep warm while trying to survive in a tent during the cold, wet winter.   But staying warm at night isn’t the only issue Jesse faced while experiencing homelessness.  In addition to needing to find food […]

This Past Year

There are many key accomplishments to celebrate as we look at this past 2017-2018 fiscal year, all of which would not have been possible without the the support of our donors, volunteers and other community partners. Read our full annual report HERE.  

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Do you or someone you know need help? Tacoma Rescue Mission is here.

We offer meals and emergency overnight shelter for men and families with children. We also provide long-term recovery, educational services to those in need in our community.

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