Human Services : Rescue Missions

Miami Rescue Mission

No One is Homeless

three stars

88.29

3553 NW 50th Street Miami, FL 33127
tel: (305) 571-2273   Web Site
EIN: 59-1743865

Board Leadership
Jeffrey A. Tew
Chairman

CEO
Ronald Brummitt
President

  Score
(out of 100)
Rating
Overall Score & Rating 88.29 three stars
  Financial 85.00 three stars
  Accountability & Transparency 93.00 four stars
This rating was published 12/01/2020 and includes data from FY2019, the most recent 990 received at that time.

Miami Rescue Mission has been serving the homeless and needy of South Florida since 1922. It is our mission to reach out to the least, the last, and the lost of our community to inspire hope with human compassion and the love of God. We empower men, women and children to become successful in life, reunite families, restore lives, find employment, acquire housing, and build new futures. Our doors are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to provide food, clothing and shelter, along with recovery programs and education for those who want to change their lives. Our ministries include the Center for Men, a Community Activity Center, the Center for Women and Children, and the Jeffrey A. Tew Education Center. Thrift Stores provide gift-in-kind as well as revenue for our programs. The Mission also operates centers in Hollywood and Pompano Beach (Broward County). Over 1,300 men, women, and children are helped each day.

Miami Rescue Mission has been serving the homeless and needy of South Florida since 1922. It is our mission to reach out to the least, the last, and the lost of our community to inspire hope with human compassion and the love of God. We empower men, women and children to become successful in life, reunite families, restore lives, find employment, acquire housing, and build new futures. Our doors are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to provide food, clothing and shelter, along with recovery programs and education for those who want to change their lives. Our ministries include the Center for Men, a Community Activity Center, the Center for Women and Children, and the Jeffrey A. Tew Education Center. Thrift Stores provide gift-in-kind as well as revenue for our programs. The Mission also operates centers in Hollywood and Pompano Beach (Broward County). Over 1,300 men, women, and children are helped each day.

Impact & Results Score

Score
75/100
Program Name: Miami Beach Program, Miami Rescue Mission Emergency Singles Program and Women's Shelter
Program Name: Miami Beach Program, Miami Rescue Mission Emergency Singles Program and Women's Shelter

Note: The Impact & Results score currently has no effect on the nonprofit's Star Rating.

The Impact & Results score is a measure of how well a nonprofit delivers on its stated mission. To issue a score, Charity Navigator estimates the actual impact the nonprofit has on the lives of those it serves, and determines whether it is making good use of donor resources to achieve that impact. Learn more about our Impact & Results methodology here.

Program Activities
Miami Rescue Mission provides people experiencing homelessness with a temporary place to stay.
Impact Statement
$80 provides a night of shelter for a person experiencing homelessness.
Assessment Benchmark
Impact & Results scores of emergency shelters are based on the cost of providing a night of shelter relative to the Fair Market Rent in that county. Programs receive an Impact & Results score of 100 if they are less than 200% the cost of a meal and a score of 75 if they are less than 400%. If a nonprofit reports impact but doesn't meet the threshold for cost-effectiveness, it earns a score of 50.
Methodology
ImpactMatters analyzed publicly available data to rate the cost-effectiveness of Miami Rescue Mission.
Data Source
We look for self-reported shelter nights. If we cannot find this information we estimate it using HIC data.
Method for Attributing Outcomes
We assume that the provision of shelter by one nonprofit does not diminish the provision of shelter by any other (neighboring) nonprofit. We also assume there is, in general, no slack capacity in the homeless shelter system. In the absence of a given shelter, beneficiaries would not be able to stay at another shelter because other shelters are assumed to have no beds to spare. We therefore set the counterfactual to zero.
Details
Analysis conducted by ImpactMatters and published on November 22, 2019.
This impact information is current as of September 2020, when it was provided to us by ImpactMatters. At this time, Impact information published on this organization's page has no effect on its rating per our methodology.

Financial

three stars

85.00

Accountability & Transparency

four stars

93.00

This rating was published 12/01/2020 and includes data from FY2019, the most recent 990 received at that time.
Overall Rating Chart
  Program Expenses
(Percent of the charity's total expenses spent on the programs
and services it delivers)
85.5%
  Administrative Expenses 4.0%
  Fundraising Expenses 10.3%
  Fundraising Efficiency $0.12
  Working Capital Ratio (years) 1.24
  Program Expenses Growth -2.7%
  Liabilities to Assets 4.8%
All data for Financial Performance Metrics calculations was provided by Miami Rescue Mission on recent 990s filed with the IRS.
All data for Financial Performance Metrics calculations was provided by Miami Rescue Mission on recent 990s filed with the IRS.
REVENUE  
Contributions  
   Contributions, Gifts & Grants $13,824,632
   Federated Campaigns $0
   Membership Dues $0
   Fundraising Events $0
   Related Organizations $0
   Government Grants $4,499,072
Total Contributions $18,323,704
   Program Service Revenue $751,134
Total Primary Revenue $19,074,838
   Other Revenue $1,344,635
TOTAL REVENUE $20,419,473
   
EXPENSES  
   Program Expenses $17,321,566
   Administrative Expenses $1,082,931
   Fundraising Expenses $2,483,124
TOTAL FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES $20,887,621
   
Payments to Affiliates $0
Excess (or Deficit) for the year $-468,148
   
Net Assets $28,530,783

Charts

Compensation % of Expenses Paid to Title
$312,855 1.49% Ronald Brummitt President
Other Salaries of Note
$155,763 0.74% Marilyn Brummit Vice President of Development

Mission

Miami Rescue Mission has been serving the homeless and needy of South Florida since 1922. It is our mission to reach out to the least, the last, and the lost of our community to inspire hope with human compassion and the love of God. We empower men, women and children to become successful in life, reunite families, restore lives, find employment, acquire housing, and build new futures. Our doors are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to provide food, clothing and shelter, along with recovery programs and education for those who want to change their lives. Our ministries include the Center for Men, a Community Activity Center, the Center for Women and Children, and the Jeffrey A. Tew Education Center. Thrift Stores provide gift-in-kind as well as revenue for our programs. The Mission also operates centers in Hollywood and Pompano Beach (Broward County). Over 1,300 men, women, and children are helped each day.

Highly Rated

Charity Name & State Overall Score Overall Rating
Miami Rescue Mission (FL) 88.29 three stars
Open Door Mission, Omaha (NE) 90.59 four stars
Raleigh Rescue Mission (NC) 90.87 four stars
Greensboro Urban Ministry (NC) 93.27 four stars
Rowan Helping Ministries (NC) 89.42 three stars

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Charity Contact Info

Miami Rescue Mission
3553 NW 50th Street
Miami, FL 33127
tel: (305) 571-2273
EIN: 59-1743865

Mail donations to:
P.O. Box 420620
Miami, FL 33242

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Board Leadership

Jeffrey A. Tew
Chairman

CEO

Ronald Brummitt
President