The Lord’s Place is grateful to have missed the brunt of Hurricane Dorian, but prays for our neighbors in the Bahamas.

The offices, Joshua Thrift Stores, Joshua Catering and Café Joshua will reopen on Wednesday, September 4 with full staff and services on Thursday, September 5.

The Lord’s Place transforms lives by providing solutions that break the cycle of homelessness for the most vulnerable and neglected in Palm Beach County.

Our nonprofit has been serving men, women and families in our community for over 30 years. Our innovative, compassionate, and effective services are constantly evolving to eradicate local homelessness for good.

Click here to donate items to our Joshua Thrift Store!

Click here to place an order with Joshua Catering!

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Latest News

  • Helping Helen May 15, 2019 05/29/15

    “I never knew that I could have a major impact on someone’s life, and this makes me feel complete inside,” says Tarcel, an Outreach Peer Specialist at The Lord’s Place. This is how she knows. A woman named Helen was living in the home she owned …

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  • 2019 SleepOut – Awareness and Money Raised April 25, 2019 05/29/15

    Over 600 people were in attendance. According The Lord’s Place representatives: “Donations from teams, individuals and sponsors raised $314,000, which was matched by The Honorable Ann Brown.” The Palm Beach County nonprofit, known for providing services to homeless men, women, children, also received an additional $75,000 from …

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  • SleepOut 2019 – Notable & Noticed In the Palm Beach Post April 25, 2019 05/29/15

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The Lord’s Place partners with many other organizations within Palm Beach County in order to provide the best programs and services to our clients.
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