Karla Pollack recently joined The Rescue Mission of Trenton’s Board of Directors.
“I am honored and excited to be asked to serve the Rescue Mission. Mary Gay Abbott-Young runs a first class operation. And Bonnie Blair and the rest of the Board are truly dedicated to the cause. It is a responsibility I don’t take lightly,” Karla reflected.
Karla grew up in Mercer County and has seen the positive impact the Rescue Mission has had on individual residents and the community. She was introduced to their good work through her father, Ken Tillman, who served on the Rescue Mission Board prior to moving to Virginia in 2003.
The Rescue Mission of Trenton, New Jersey
is the agency in the City of Trenton that serves the truly needy men and women who have no place to turn for shelter, food, and clothing. The Mission provides a safe, clean, warm refuge for the homeless, the hungry, the transient, and the addicted.
The Mission provides services and counseling to encourage individuals to reach their greatest potential. The Mission creates an environment where one can live with dignity, build self-esteem, experience love, responsibility, and hope.
The belief in the intrinsic worth of each individual continues to motivate the Rescue Mission of Trenton to provide the highest quality care and to offer support, encouragement, and a sense of dignity to all who enter through its doors.