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Rescue mission leaders from across the United States—who provide free services for thousands in need—were in Washington, D.C., March 17 to 19 to address public policy decisions that could slow or halt their ability to provide valuable services. The 100-year-old Association of Gospel Rescue Missions (AGRM) organized the gathering.
The president of the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions (AGRM) pointed out today to a congressional committee that making way for private donations is critical for rescue missions’—and many other charities’—success.
Twice as many veterans of conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan are seeking aid from rescue missions as were last year, according to the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions’ 23rd annual Snapshot Survey of about 19,000 individuals.
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