The Early Bird Gets the Worm at the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission in Philadelphia, PA. 

Dozens of volunteers awoke at the crack of dawn to roll up their sleeves and get to work remodeling the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission in Philadelphia, PA.    In 1878, Rutherford B. Hayes was in the White House, Thomas Edison was busy inventing the phonograph, and the Sunday Breakfast Association opened its doors to 250 men who were served a much-needed cup of coffee and a roll before attending church.    Since its inception, the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission has become an invaluable resource for those in need.  In response to the overwhelming effects of the great depression in the 1930s,  the board expanded its...

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