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Helping the HUNGRY, Homeless and Hurting

One of the simplest ways you, your church, school, business, or organization can help the hungry, homeless, and hurting in Philadelphia is by hosting a food drive to collect non-perishable items. All you have to do is pick a location, post and distribute flyers to promote the event, and gather a few bins to hold your goods. It’s a super easy way to make a big difference!

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At Sunday Breakfast, our needs are great, and there are other types of drives you can host to help your homeless neighbors. You can collect personal care items like tooth paste, tooth brushes, deodorant, and soap. You can also host a clothing drive, and collect 2XL tee-shirts and pants, as well as socks, sneakers, and coats!

Once you’ve completed your collection, bring your items to Sunday Breakfast’s main location at 302 N. 13th Street in Center City Philadelphia. We’d love to say hello and perhaps give you a tour! And if your donation is extremely large, no sweat! Contact the Volunteer Coordinator at volunteer@sundaybreakfast.org and we’ll arrange a pickup just for you!

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Next Level Transitional Housing

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

Group Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer opportunities for groups with Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission take place at our Center City and Germantown locations.

Get Help Now

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.

Food Drive

Churches, schools, businesses, and other organizations can help the homeless and hurting men and women at the Mission by collecting non-perishable food items.*

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