Brick Viewing Event

Paving The Way to End Homelessness 
 
On March 31 the Homeless Coalition held a breakfast to thank those who purchased commemorative bricks in 2015. The new bricks have been installed along the "Pathway to  Hope"  in the Serenity Garden at the Senator Philip D. Lewis Center.
 
Proceeds from the sale of the bricks help those who come to the Lewis Center seeking to end their homelessness. Since the center opened in 2012, more than 28,000 men, women and children have come through the doors seeking help and hope.
 
 

Spotlights

Help Feed the Homeless

Just The Facts

Rental Prices are up 10% Across Palm Beach County
 
 
The School District of Palm Beach County Reports
3,702 students are homeless.
 
 

Current Needs

  • Diapers all sizes
  • Baby wipes
  • Toilette Paper
  • Toiletries (Full size items for Children & Adults)
  • Non-Perishable Food items
  • Men's Shoes
  • Men's Shirts (Dress)
  • Men's Pants (Dress & Casual)
  • Men's Belts
  • Household cleaning products (Brooms, mops, dust pans, dusters, multi-purpose cleaner, dish soap, laundry soap, fabric softener, dryer sheets, trash bags, paper towels
  • Dishes
  • Pots & Pans
  • Silverware
  • Kitchen Utensils (can openers, etc.)
  • Small appliances (Coffee makers, toasters, microwaves, etc.)
  • Wallets

Donation Center: Donations & Resources at the Lewis Center