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Expansion

“Hope for Tomorrow” – Expansion Update

Children's Palace

Thank you for your ongoing support of the building expansion efforts! Because of your generosity, $3,431,745 in cash pledges has been received! PHASE 1 Children’s Palace and Youth Center (Pre-K) update: Construction plans are continuing to progress with projected groundbreaking in Spring 2015. PHASE 2 New Life Center update: Site preparation is occurring with construction…read the rest


Hope for Tomorrow – Expansion Update

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At the time of this writing, approximately 33% of needed funds have been received for our “Hope for Tomorrow” expansion efforts. While this is a huge blessing, we are still in need of approximately $4,600,000 to complete construction endeavors for Phases I and II. Phase I – Children’s Palace and Youth Center (Pre-K): Construction documents…read the rest


Hope for Tomorrow

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Expansion Update Thank you for your ongoing support of the building expansion efforts!  Because of your generosity, 28 ¼ % of the total funds have been received. Since the last report, the Mission, as part of Phase 1, has acquired the property at 400 Curtis St  that will be used for the pre-K Children’s Palace! …read the rest


Hope for Tomorrow – Expansion Campaign

Expansion Phase 1 – Children’s Palace (Pre-Kindergarten) The first phase of the Topeka Rescue Mission Building Expansion is progressing!   Later this summer, once the acquisition of the property is finalized at 400 NW Curtis, just west of the Mission’s Hope Center, site work will be underway.   It is an exciting venture that will benefit the…read the rest


Hope for Today — Hope for Tomorrow

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General Operating Campaign – “Hope for Today” Want to help those who are homeless today? Consider pledging one dollar a day or more to help homeless men, women and children. It takes only one dollar per day to provide shelter and food to one homeless guest. Your gift will make a tremendous impact in helping…read the rest


Expansion Update

Phase 1 – “Children’s Palace and Youth Center (Pre-K)” The Children’s Palace will serve as a daytime care facility for children aged 0-3 and preschool for children aged 3-5 residing at the Topeka Rescue Mission. The purpose of the center is to provide a safe, educational and Christ-centered atmosphere for children while their parents are…read the rest


Expansion Open House – June 6th

In Conjunction with NOTO’s First Friday! Join us at The Great Overland Station (701 N Kansas Avenue) from 4 to 7 PM, to see additional drawings and hear more details about Topeka Rescue Mission expansion endeavors.         “Working in partnership with the Topeka Rescue Mission has been significant since the day John…read the rest


Hope for Today — Hope for Tomorrow

Building Campaign – Hope for Tomorrow Could you spare one dollar a day to help someone who is homeless? If so, you can make a life-saving impact on one of nearly 2,800 people who will annually find themselves homeless in Topeka. Just one dollar per day for two years will provide one-fifth of the total…read the rest


Children’s Palace and Youth Center

For most of the children who reside at the Topeka Rescue Mission, the idea of ever visiting a palace is nothing but a fanciful dream. Often they have lost everything and frequently fail to receive the love and support they so long for and deserve. We recognize that these children are treasures birthed and purposed…read the rest


New Life Center for Men, Women and Children

On a typical day, the Mission’s shelters are booming with guests and lots of activity. Each person residing has their own unique story to tell, but all can say the same thing: I am homeless for tonight and need someone to help. Every evening, the old neon cross is lit up atop the Main Mission…read the rest


Other Expansion Plans

Additional expansion plans include the development of an expanded afterschool and summer program for school-aged children, an educational center for adults and an expanded kitchen and dining area. To see additional drawings, have the opportunity to ask questions and hear more about these exciting endeavors, please join us for our open house on June 6th!


Open House Scheduled June 6th

You are invited to join us as we officially unveil the expansion plan details! Friday, June 6th, 4-7PM The Great Overland Station (701 N Kansas Ave) This open house will feature displays for each expansion area with representatives to provide more details and answer questions. Expansion areas include: New shelter facility, children’s center, expanded kitchen…read the rest


Expansion Planning

Our March newsletter included a snapshot into current expansion initiatives. To donate specifically to our expansion fund, please make checks payable to “Topeka Rescue Mission” and include “Expansion” in the memo line. Credit card donations are also accepted online trmonline.org or by calling our Business Office at 785-354-1744-x316. A formal open house will be scheduled…read the rest


Expansion Snapshot

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Two years ago, we thought we had the expansion plan for the Topeka Rescue Mission figured out. We made the necessary announcements and began forging ahead. Yet in doing so, we continued to seek the Lord for guidance and found that revisions from the original plan were necessary. While our initial plan was good, what…read the rest


2013 Summarized in One Word: Stretched

Indeed 2013 was a year of STRETCHING for the Topeka Rescue Mission in many ways. Not only did the number of individuals coming to us in need continue to climb, along with the increased need came an emotional and spiritual stretching that was necessary to successfully embrace the needs before us. Directional stretching also came…read the rest


Expansion Update from Executive Director Barry Feaker

Dear Friends, I am certain that many of you have been wondering about where things are in regards to expanding our shelter capacity here at the Topeka Rescue Mission. In February 2012 we announced the Mission was going to undertake a plan to expand beds to the homeless due to the fact that we had…read the rest


Creation of the Empowerment and Transformation Center

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For quite some time, we have been talking about the need for further expansion at the Topeka Rescue Mission. While our initial plans centered on the creation of additional intake shelter space, we now recognize that this in and of itself is not the sole solution to the dilemma at hand—though increased capacity and more…read the rest


Expansion Update

The needs for shelter are climbing and we anticipate they will continue through the new year. To address the increased number of individuals coming to the Mission for shelter, and the increased number of persons who are homeless and unsheltered, we are moving forward with our expansion endeavors. Part of this plan includes the development…read the rest


Expansion Fund

Final approval on rezoning the former Bailey Moving and Storage property at 608 Quincy (directly behind the main Shelter at 600 N. Kansas Avenue) has come from the city council. The $3 million capital campaign to convert this building into shelter space for 170 beds, 20 offices, laundry, education facilities and more is underway. Nearly…read the rest


Expansion Fund

We are continuing to address the needs that are before us by moving forward with expansion endeavors. We will be having a detailed press release this month as soon as we hear from the City Council. If you are interested in donating to the Mission’s Expansion Fund, please submit your donation marked “Expansion Fund” to:…read the rest


FULL House Concert