Frances D. Bisby

First Name: 
Frances
Last Name: 
Bisby
Secretary
Transportation Engineer,
NCDOT, Transportation Planning Branch

Frances Bisby is currently a Transportation Engineer and Coordinator for the Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization within NCDOT's Transportation Planning Branch. She oversees the long-range, multimodal planning efforts for the Transportation Management Area and over 300,000 residents. She has 10 years of experience in traffic engineering and three years in long-range transportation planning.

Mahlon L. Aycock

First Name: 
Mahlon L.
Last Name: 
Aycock
Owner, Char-Grill Companies

Mahlon Aycock has been a Co-Owner and Operator of Char-Grill Restaurants, Inc for 38 years. He’s lived in the Raleigh Area since 1975 and graduated from Atlantic Christian College with a degree in Accounting. 

Prayers from the “Foxhole” of Homelessness

From having nothing to having Jesus. 

One of eight children, Justin* grew up understanding the importance of hard work by watching his father provide for the family as a master plumber. At age 13, he began helping his father after school, eventually learning the trade.

He went on to love his career as an adult, eventually saving up enough from his earnings to purchase a home. He also gave back to the community, volunteering with a local homeless ministry and with the fire disaster unit.

Heart-full Art Fundraiser on July 7, 2015 benefits Raleigh Rescue Mission

Time: 
Tue, 07/07/2015 - 7:00am - 9:00am

Artistic Abandon is offering a Sip and Paint Party on Tuesday, July 7, 2015 from 7-9pm.
50% of all proceeds will benefit Raleigh Rescue Mission, and they have graciously created the painting above just for this event.
Registration is required.

Heart-full Art Fundraiser on July 7, 2015 benefits Raleigh Rescue Mission

50% of all proceeds from this event will benefit Raleigh Rescue Mission.
http://calendar.artisticabandon.com/fiddler/event/458/Heart-full-Art-Fun...

 

Artistic Abandon is offering a Sip and Paint Party on July 7, 2015 from 7-9pm.
50% of all proceeds will benefit Raleigh Rescue Mission, and they have graciously created the painting below for this event.
Registration is required for this event.

Raleigh Rescue Mission Selected for Induction into the 2015 Class of the Raleigh Hall of Fame

Raleigh Rescue Mission is One of Two Organizations and Ten Individuals Recognized in 2015

At an Induction Ceremony and Gala event in October of each year, Raleigh Hall of Fame recognizes a limited number of individuals and non-profit organizations nominated by members of the public and chosen by an anonymous selection committee. Raleigh Rescue Mission is honored to have been selected as an Inductee in the 2015 Class of the Raleigh Hall of Fame.

Raleigh Rescue Mission and Wheels4Hope Provide Transformation, Transportation and Hope to Families in Need

Wheels4Hope Has Placed 25 Cars with Raleigh Rescue Mission Clients Since 2010

Wheels4Hope is a faith-based, volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping low-income families and individuals by providing them reliable, affordable vehicles. Donated cars are repaired by volunteers and placed back into the community by referral through partner agencies. To promote ownership and accountability, cars are not given free of charge. Rather, program cars valuing $2,000-$4,000 are sold to clients for $500.

Raleigh Rescue Mission Water Ministry Has Begun

Our Water Ministry started on June 1st! 

Raleigh Rescue Mission provides water to our community during the hot summer months of June, July and August. With the sweltering temperatures comes the increased risk of dehydration and heat exhaustion. Many of us know we can access water at anytime throughout the day and night – but not the homeless.  Raleigh Rescue Mission provides water at our front door for anyone in our community who may be in need at the moment.

Oak City Beard and Mustache Competition to benefit Raleigh Rescue Mission

Time: 
Sat, 07/25/2015 - 6:30pm - 11:00pm

Oak City Beard & Moustache Competition Part Deaux

Saturday, July 25, 2015 at 6:30pm
The Pour House Music Hall-224 S Blount St, Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

All proceeds to benefit The Raleigh Rescue Mission