The Men’s Cold Weather Shelter Needs Your Help!

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11329976_1095121790515987_624934110816647722_n The Board of Directors of the Gospel Mission will open the men’s cold weather shelter at the Mission for this week beginning Saturday, Nov 19 through next Friday Nov 25. It will be staffed by board members and doors will open at 6:30 pm, but we need the communities help to keep it open this winter.

In order to keep it open after next Friday, we are asking for volunteers to help staff it and funds to help run it. We are seeking responsible adult males, 18 years of age or over who are willing to volunteer a night or two during the week to come down and stay awake all night and supervise the shelter. They must be willing and able to work with the population we serve and able to pass a background and drug test. Training will be provided.

We are also asking for an extra $150 a month to help with heating and utilities and wool blankets, extra food for dinners and greeters, either male or female who will open the doors at 5:30 pm and stay until 7:30 pm, prepare and serve dinner and set up our guests until the overnight volunteer arrives who will be on duty from 7:30 pm until 7:30 am.

If you are interested in lending a hand, please contact Randy Salars at, call the Mission at 388-5071 or drop by in person at 111 S. Texas St in downtown Silver City behind Jalisco’s Restaurant.

If you have any questions at all about grants we have received, how the Mission or board is run or anything else about the Mission please drop by and I will be happy to explain it in depth.

Donations can be made in person, by mailing a check to the Silver City Gospel Mission, PO Box 5198, Silver City, NM 88062 or by donating online by credit card at

Thank you.
Randy Salars
Executive Director
Silver City Gospel Mission

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