In the name of Jesus, The Dubuque Rescue Mission is a community offering hospitality, spiritual hope, food, shelter, clothing and job development to those in need.
During the Great Depression circa 1932, Rev. William Masters and Edward Beach encountered dozens of men in our community who had lost the ability to provide for their shelter, clothing and food. Rev. Masters and Mr. Beach began making soup to feed them and rented a house to provide overnight shelter. These were the humble beginnings of The Dubuque Rescue Mission.
For 81 years, the D.R.M. has served the needs our brothers and sisters who are poor offering overnight shelter for 45 men; providing over 230 meals a day to those seeking food and fellowship and providing clothing and other material goods to those with no means to pay.
We have a small staff of 5 and depend heavily on the charity of others to meet the needs of all those who seek our services.
The Dubuque Rescue Mission has provided emergency shelter for men since 1932. Currently we provide 45 beds each night. This amounts to 16,000 bed nights each year.
Feeding the hungry
The DRM has provided breakfast, lunch and supper to those in need since 1932. Currently we serve over 230 meals a day to men,women and children.
If you, your service group faith community and interested in providing or serving a meal, please contact us (563) 583-1394.
The Dubuque Rescue Mission receives no government funds. All monies come from faithful folks like you!
Board of Directors
President: Todd Link
Vice President: Chris Even
Secretary: Jan Geertsema
Treasurer: Andy Wilberding
Executive Director: Rick Mihm
MaryAnn LoGuidice (Consulting Member)
Dr. Robert Badger
Fr. Dustin Lyon