Project Homeless Connect:
women staying at the Senator Philip D. Lewis Center. It not only nourishes the guests, who are seeking to change their lives, but also creates awareness about homeless issues and increases the community’s interaction with the center. Since it began Breaking Bread, Breaking Barriers has provided 29,610 meals!
A national program that brings together community volunteers, government agencies, nonprofits, businesses, service providers, faith organizations, and the private sector to serve the homeless. The outreach event gathers service providers under one roof for one day to allow those who are experiencing homelessness to have access to help in a single location. The Homeless Coalition sponsors Project Homeless Connect quarterly in various locations around Palm Beach County.
This is the collection point for donations and resources. It also offers opportunities for volunteers. Families of individuals seeking help at the Lewis Center can get what they need to start over.
The Homeless Coalition coordinates volunteer services at the Senator Philip D. Lewis Center. We also recruit volunteers for outreach, fundraising and administrative help.