398 Main St., Dubuque, IA
The clothes and canned goods you donate can make a tangible difference for homeless and hungry people.
Offering many ways you and your family can touch the life of a poor and homeless man, woman or child.
Engage Rescue Mission residents in farm cultivation, educational programs and to promote a sustainable food culture.
During the Great Depression circa 1932, Rev. William Masters and Edward Beach encountered dozens of men in our community who had lost the ability to provide for their shelter, clothing, and food. Rev. Masters and Mr. Beach began making soup to feed them and rented a house to provide overnight shelter. These were the humble beginnings of The Dubuque Rescue Mission.
For 81 years, the D.R.M. has served the needs of our brothers and sisters who are poor offering overnight shelter for 45 men; providing over 230 meals a day to those seeking food and fellowship, and providing clothing and other material goods to those with no means to pay
The ministries of the Dubuque Rescue Mission are varied. There is a public meals program, temporary housing for transients, work opportunities, times of worship, and other programs that minister to the less fortunate.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
398 Main Street, Dubuque, Iowa 52001, United States