Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission leadership is motivated by their Christian faith to love, rescue, and train the homeless and disadvantaged in the Philadelphia area. This team of dedicated men and women are called to serve this most vulnerable community. That calling, combined with a consistent dependence on prayer and the Bible, informs the direction of the Mission.
Jeremy joined Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission in November 2018. His journey in ministry began in high school when God placed it on his heart to tend to the lives of those in need. He attended Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary where received his M.A. in Urban Ministry. Jeremy continued his educational studies at Eastern University where he received his M.B.A. Jeremy has 20 years of non-profit leadership experience and a heart for the disadvantaged. He seeks to transform and heal the brokenness in the community through the power of God. His vision for Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission is to create social transformation through building stronger partnerships within the Philadelphia community and to meet the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of individuals experiencing homelessness.
Erin joined the team in April 2019 as a justice-seeker and holds a strong belief in redemptive compassion for those experiencing homelessness. Previously, she brings nearly 10 years of nonprofit experience directing and administering homeless services and homeless prevention programs for an entire county in Michigan. Her hands-on experience in Continuum of Care (CoC) collaboration including HMIS equips her to navigate Philadelphia’s systems to serve our homeless shelter guests. With the aim and outcomes to better serve our homeless population, her caring heart compels her to advocate for each person who daily walks into our doors.
Mike joined the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission team in July 2019 after serving with the Atlantic City Rescue Mission for more 4 years. Mike has a passion for engaging the community in serving those experiencing homelessness in Philadelphia. With a background in systems and process design, Mike combines strategy and teamwork to foster the greatest impact.
As the Director of Food Services, Julio oversees all food preparation and distribution.
Mark Blevins joined Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission in April 2018. He has a passion for serving and developing others to achieve their own success, especially when it is for the Hurting, Homeless and Hungry of Philadelphia! Originally from the Chicago area, the U.S Navy brought Mark to Philadelphia in 1986. As the Director of Social Enterprise, Mark oversees the vision and strategic initiatives at Sunday Breakfast. He also serves as our Human Resource Representative for the mission and strives to make it a first class organization both internally and externally.
Elizabeth has had a heart for service since childhood. Elizabeth’s passion to serve others propelled her forward into her career in the non-profit sector after attending college in Post-Katrina New Orleans. Armed with this experience, Elizabeth continues to inspire and empower those around her to live generously and care for hungry, homeless, and hurting in their communities. As the Director of Advancement, Elizabeth furthers the mission, vision, and values of Sunday Breakfast through fundraising, communications, collaborations, and donor relations.
Growing up in the Philadelphia region, Richard has spent his life helping others through fire prevention and youth mentorship. As the Director of Facilities, Rich oversees all the Mission property infrastructure and furthers large scale improvements.
Homeless Services Staff Manager
Mission Year Team Member
Facilities and Operations
In addition to meeting basic life needs for men, the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission enables those men who are committed to a positive life change to address their problems through a 12-month transitional housing program
Volunteer opportunities for groups with Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission take place at our Center City and Germantown locations.
Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission would like to come alongside you in this difficult stage of life. Be sure to visit the Mission at 13th and Vine or call our Homeless Services Team at (215) 922-6400 ext. 1050.
Churches, schools, businesses, and other organizations can help the homeless and hurting men and women at the Mission by collecting non-perishable food items.*