The Miami Rescue Mission Needs Household Goods and Clothing

Miami Rescue Mission pic
Miami Rescue Mission pic
Miami Rescue Mission

Formerly the president of Main Street Engineering in Miami, Florida, William Pino is a leader in outdoor municipal lighting. Alongside his involvement with lighting system development and sales, William Pino enjoys making charitable contributions to nonprofit organizations including the Miami Rescue Mission.

The Miami Rescue Mission has been serving the people of Florida’s Broward County since 1922. It offers safe shelter, meals, employment assistance, and other crucial support services to more than 1,300 men, women, and families in need in the greater Miami community every day.

Donating your lightly used household goods is one simple way to help the Miami Rescue Mission. Some of these goods are used in Mission programming, while others are sold to generate revenue for the organization. The Mission currently needs a wide range of basic household items. In addition to clothing for people of all ages, it is specifically seeking home and lawn furniture, appliances, tools, and vehicles.

The Miami Rescue Mission will pick up items at no cost to donors and donated items are tax-deductible. To schedule a pickup, visit or call 1-800-817-HOPE.