We are opening up for volunteers! Starting October 19, 2020, we will be accepting volunteers for meal service. The group size will be limited to 4 volunteers in the shelter per meal. We are also opening up the individual service to include all shifts. 9am-1pm, 1-5pm, and 5-9pm. This will be limited to one volunteer per shift. Volunteers will be required to wear a mask at all times. Thank you all for your love and dedication to Firehouse Ministries, we can't do it without YOU!
Current Needs for Firehouse MinistriesWe are in need of the current items for the Shelter. Please click on the button link to see the entire list.Learn More
Brick CampaignPurchase you Christmas Memorial Brick and we will send you a personalized certificate to present to your loved one. Your brick will be displayed in the new Firehouse Ministries Shelter.Learn More
New T-Shirt Design $20.00Order your new Firehouse Ministries T-shirt today. Just follow the link to the donate page and put your size and mailing details in the text box and we will mail your new shirt.Learn More
The Firehouse Shelter
Firehouse Ministries serves the chronically homeless male population, men who traditionally have the most barriers and are the most expensive to serve, for both the nonprofit and the community at large. We have been open since 1983, and have stayed true to our original mission. We predominantly serve the Birmingham area, but our Street Outreach teams travel to surrounding areas throughout Jefferson County as needed. Addressing and meeting the needs in the area of emergency sheltering and housing is absolutely necessary to increasing the stability of our clients, with the ultimate goal of getting the men into permanent supportive housing. The Firehouse offers emergency services (soup kitchen open to everyone, clothing closet, case management, emergency shelter) and many housing options including permanent housing (64 beds), transitional housing (59 beds), and Safe Haven, which is housing for men with mental illness (24 beds). We are low barrier and serve those with no ability to pay.