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Evansville Rescue Mission Shares Urgent Need for Bottled Water Donations

The Evansville Rescue mission says it's currently distributing about 1,000 bottled waters per week.

Posted: Oct 21, 2021 9:20 AM
Updated: Oct 21, 2021 9:28 AM

The Evansville Rescue Mission says it's in desperate need of bottled water donations.

The call for water donations comes as the organization says it's currently distributing about 1,000 bottles of water per week through its Grab N' Go meal program for non-residents.

Anyone who would like to give any amount of bottled water can drop off their gift to the rescue mission at its donation center at 729 East Sycamore Street in Evansville.

Donations can also be made at the Evansville Rescue Mission's main campus at 500 E. Walnut St.

Both locations are in downtown Evansville.

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