In its commitment to spiritual and financial accountability, as well as to community relations, the Denver Rescue Mission has long-standing memberships with the following organizations:
The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability is committed to helping Christ-centered organizations earn the public’s trust through developing and maintaining standards of accountability that convey God-honoring ethical practices. Member since February 1991. (www.ECFA.org)
The Association of Gospel Rescue Missions is an association of rescue missions and other rescue ministries which (1) serves local rescue ministries through education, training, consultation, conferences, conventions, and networking; (2) starts new rescue ministries; (3) shares the message of rescue; (4) promotes prayer, spiritual values and growth in the rescue family; and (5) operates over 114 Alcoholics Victorious support groups, and Rescue College to train rescue workers. Over 300 affiliates in US, Canada, India, Australia, South America, and Africa. Member since August 1962. (www.AGRM.org)
The Denver/Boulder Better Business Bureau is dedicated to promoting and fostering the highest ethical relationships between businesses and the public through voluntary self-regulation, consumer and business education and service excellence. Member since November 1991. (http://www.DenverBBB.org)
Caring Connection of Colorado aims to offer a recognized choice for giving in the workplace, and provides local organizations and individual donors with the opportunity to support the human service agencies they know, trust and believe in. Member since 1983.(www.CaringConnection.org)
View Denver Rescue Mission's 2012 Annual Report, 2013 Audited Financial Statements or 2013 Form 990.