Emergency food services
on hold during construction
The Albuquerque Rescue Mission's Emergency Food Services have been put on hold due to the construction at the 525 2nd street facility. The Dining Room, Lobby and Washrooms, Donations Processing Center, Welcome Center, and Courtyard will be closed during this time.
While the Albuquerque Rescue Mission’s food services are suspended, other local community partners will be providing food services to those in need.
The Mission's Donations Processing Center will be moving to 2021 2nd Street (2nd and I-40). Hours are Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm. The DPC is closed on weekends and Holidays. All clothing, small appliances, and other donated items must be dropped off at the new location. All food items should continue to be dropped off at the 525 2nd Street facility.
“We are growing” says Pastor John Hill, Executive Director of the Albuquerque Rescue Mission “We are more than doubling the capacity of our residential programs and our ability to get more people off Albuquerque’s streets.”
The expansion project began at the Rescue Mission began in early spring and is scheduled to continue through the summer.
Administration offices will remain open during normal business hours and can be reached at 505.346.4673.