An Indiana sockmaker has donated hundreds of socks to the Fort Wayne Rescue Mission.
Officials from the Fort Wayne Rescue Mission led members of the media on a tour of the nonprofit organization's new facility under construction at 404 E. Washington Blvd.
The new location for the Rescue Mission of Fort Wayne is en route to completion by summer this year.
Nine months to the day after breaking ground the people with the Rescue Mission gave WANE 15 a first look inside the new downtown facility.
Natalia Kleinrichert is a 10-year-old Girl Scout who collected cookies for the homeless served at The Rescue Misison.
Over 700 people gathered at the Grand Wayne Center to raise money to help homeless women and children.
Officials said around 150 people volunteered their time to help serve meals to the public.
Community leaders gathered for a groundbreaking celebration for The Rescue Mission.
Participants included Mayor Tom Henry and the project's leaders, Mission executive staff, board members, and residents.
The Fort Wayne Rescue Mission, with the help of a couple tattoo studios, is helping men start over with a program that is positively Fort Wayne.
Sandra Wright, also known as the cake lady, has been delivering cakes to the mission for 24 years.
The Rescue Mission served all types of food from turkey, green beans, mash potatoes and desserts to families across the Fort.